Girls prep hoops: Top moments and performances from Saturday, November 11
• SYDNEY FREEMAN AND MELEAH LEATHERMAN, CENTRAL NOBLE
Freeman scored 30 and Leatherman added 23 as the Cougars improved to 2-0. Leatherman knocked down a trio of three pointers in the 69-57 win over Prairie Heights.
• ALEXIS GERMAN, PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
She scored 17 points, including seven in the fourth quarter of a loss to Central Noble.
• SOUTH SIDE GIRLS
Seven different scorers led the Archers to a 54-41 win over Northrop in both team’s conference opener and the season opener for the Archers. Taniece Chapman battled foul trouble to end with 12 points and Shamari Tyson added 12 as well. Freshman Lamayia Woodson scored 10 in her high school debut.
• KATHRYN KNAPKE, BISHOP LUERS
For the third straight game, she was in double figures scoring. She scored 18 points in the loss to South Side.
• FAIRFIELD GIRLS
With a 27-19 win over Goshen on Saturday night, Fairfield has started 5-0 for the first time since 2005-2006. The Falcons scored just three first half points before putting together a big second half for the win. Erica Zook led Fairfield with nine points, Jordan Kintigh picked up eight rebounds and Jenean Schwartz has three of the team’s 10 steals in their Saturday night win.
• ELLIE SNEP, WHITKO
Snep scored 17 points and had 19 rebounds as Whitko earned their first win of the season, 45-40 over Churubusco.
• NORTHROP GIRLS
A three point barrage pushed Northrop to a win in their conference opener, 52-41 over Concordia. Nine threes were hit by the Bruins, led by Niomi Dube (4-of-8) who finished with 13 points and Morgan Hughes (3-of-8) who had 11 points. Arielle Thatcher had 11 points and five assists while Breanna Douglas chipped in eight points for the Bruins, who kept their balanced scoring with eight different scorers in the win.
• CARISSA GARCIA, CONCORDIA LUTHERAN
The junior posted a season low 20 points as the Cadets fell to Summit Athletic Conference foe Northrop, 52-41.
• CHANTEESE CRAIG, CONCORDIA LUTHERAN
The freshman posted five blocks in the loss to Northrop.
• SYLARE STARKS, HOMESTEAD
She scored 21 points in a 68-13 win over Wayne, her second 20 point outing of the season.
• SOUTH ADAMS GIRLS
The Starfires set a school record for least points allowed in a game with the 62-9 win over Blackford to move to 1-1 on the year. Lexi Dellinger scored 16 points to lead the way, followed by 10 from Madi Wurster and eight from Kayla LeFever.
• BLUFFTON GIRLS
Diversity again led Bluffton in a 45-36 win over Manchester, the Tigers’ second win in back-to-back nights. Eight players scored for Bluffton, led by Allison Powers’ 12 points as Bluffton continues to find different scorers on their roster. Grace Miller added 11 points against Manchester.