–Northrop 77, East Noble 66
–Huntington North 51, Wayne 40
-Warsaw 46, Northridge 59
In 4A action at DeKalb High School it was Northrop getting 33 points from Isaac Anderson to take down 4A no. 14 East Noble 77-66. Khamani Smith added 17 points, Qualen Pettus 15, and Sydney Curry 10 for the Bruins. Northrop improves to 17-8 and will face 4A no. 1 Carmel (22-1) in the regional semi-finals at 10 a.m. on Saturday in Logansport.
Huntington North captured its first sectional title since 2001 as the 4A no. 12 Vikings topped Wayne 51-40 on the Generals home court. Zach Daugherty scored 13 points lead Huntington North while Craig Young paced Wayne with 14 points. Huntington North (22-4) advances to play 4A no. 7 Zionsville (20-5) at noon on Saturday in the Logansport regional.
In Elkhart it was Warsaw falling to Northridge 59-46. The Tigers were led in scoring by Blake Marsh who had 18 points in addition to his 5 rebounds. Trevor Rumple scored 8 points. Warsaw finishes the season 15-8 and were co-Champions of the NLC.
-Tippecanoe Valley 43, Wawasee 31
-Angola 47, New Haven 37
-Marion 66, Heritage 40
In 3A action at Wawasee it was Tippecanoe Valley besting the host Warriors 43-31. Parkur Dalrymple led the Vikings with 16 points. Tippecanoe Valley advances to face 3A no. 1 Delta (26-0) at the Marion regional next Saturday at noon in the semifinals.
At Paul Bateman Gymnasium on Saturday night Angola topped New Haven 47-37 for the sectional crown. The Hornets (21-5) will now square off against Marion at 10 a.m. on Saturday at the Marion regional.
Down in Decatur Marion started the game on a 19-0 run and never looked back as the 3A no. 14 Giants bested Heritage 66-40 to win the sectional title. Marion (17-7) now faces Angola at 10 a.m. Saturday at Bill Green Arena in regional play.
-Prairie Heights 46, Westview 63
-Adams Central 38, Bluffton 44
-Manchester 60, Wabash 63
2A no. 5 Westview is heading to regionals as the Warriors topped NECC rival Prairie Heights 63-46 in the sectional title game in Topeka. Westview (24-5) advances to the North Judson-San Pierre regional to play Bluffton Saturday at 11:30 a.m.
Up in Butler it was Bluffton knocking off Adams Central 44-38 to win the Tigers’ first sectional title since 2011. The Tigers (9-15) now face 2A no. 5 Westview at 11:30 a.m. at the North Judson-San Pierre regional.
At Oak Hill High School Wabash brought home its first sectional title since 1967 as the 2A no. 16 Apaches topped Manchester 63-60. The Apaches (21-4) now take on 2A no. 4 Frankton (23-3) at the Lapel regional next Saturday.
-Blackhawk Christian 99, Fremont 44
–Lafayette Central Catholic 65, Northfield 49
–Southern Wells 63, Libery Christian 54
Up at Fremont 1A no. 1 Blackhawk Christian beat host Fremont 99-44 to bring home a sectional crown. Frank Davidson led the Braves with 27 points while Caleb Furst added 16. Blackhawk (24-2) advances to face 1A no. 3 Gary 21st Century Charter (15-6) at noon on Saturday at the Triton regional.
In other 1A action Southern Wells bested Liberty Christian 63-54 at the Wes-Del sectional title game. Southern Wells (11-15) now plays North Vermillion (19-8) at the Frankfort regional at 10 a.m. next Saturday. Meanwhile, Northfield fell 65-49 to 1A no. 3 Lafayette Central Catholic at the Tri-Central sectional.