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Homestead topped South Side 74-64 despite 33 points from junior Rapheal Davis to highlight Tuesday night basketball action in the area.
Homestead was led by Nick Gamble's 21 points.
At Mark Schoeff Memorial Gymnasium Northrop held off Carroll 48-46 in another NHC-SAC rivalry game. The Bruins were led by Brenton Scott's 13 points. Carroll's Tyler Ault led all scorers with 27 points.
The game also featured a return to the court by Northrop sophomore and Purdue recruit Bryson Scott. Scott has missed the last two weeks with a high ankle sprain. He scored five points to go with four assists.
At Bishop Dwenger the Saints finally started their season after the football team made it to the 4A finals. Norwell's Josh Vanmeter would spoil the party scoring 21 points as the Knights topped Dwenger 63-55.
In girls action Wisconsin signee Lacia Gorman scored 22 points as Wayne rolled over Bluffton 84-40.
BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
HSBB: ADAMS CENTRAL 64 UNION CITY 55
HSBB: CARROLL 46 NORTHROP 48
HSBB: COLUMBIA CITY 51 CHURUBUSCO 41
HSBB: DEKALB 64 LEO 74
HSBB: FREMONT 86 GARRETT 64
HSBB: FAIRFIELD 57 LAKELAND 64 (F-2OT)
HSBB: BLACKHAWK 59 EASTSIDE 58
HSBB: CONCORDIA 54 WOODLAN 41
HSBB: SOUTH SIDE 64 HOMESTEAD 74
HSBB: HERITAGE 46 HARDING 67
HSBB: NORWELL 63 BISHOP DWENGER 55
HSBB: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS 67 ELKHART CHRISTIAN 52
HSBB: SOUTHERN WELLS 67 EASTBROOK 50
HSBB: TIPPECANOE VALLEY 35 PLYMOUTH 63
HSBB: MANCHESTER 60 WAWASEE 86
GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
HSGB: BLUFFTON 40 WAYNE 84
HSGB: CARMEL 95 MARION 60
HSGB: ELKHART CHRISTIAN 27 WESTVIEW 50
HSGB: LAKELAND 27 CONCORD 55
HSGB: LEO 50 BELLMONT 48
HSGB: NEW HAVEN 44 NORTH SIDE 47
HSGB: OAK HILL 61 MACONAQUAH 26
HSGB: SOUTH ADAMS 10 WINCHESTER 66
HSGB: WARSAW 71 WABASH 41
HSGB: WEST NOBLE 55 GOSHEN 53
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