Prep hoops: Saturday, November 25 top moments and performances
• CORTNEY SHORTER, SOUTH SIDE BOYS
He hit four three pointers to lead South with 18 points as they beat Leo 78-69 in their season opener.
• JEREMY DAVISON, LEO BOYS
The senior hit seven three pointers and scored a game high 36 points. He also had six rebounds and a pair of steals.
• KEION BROOKS JR., NORTH SIDE BOYS
Brooks scored 28 points, had 16 rebounds and four blocks as the Legends beat Indianapolis Tech 73-69.
• NORTH SIDE BOYS
Brandan Johnson (15 points), Lucas Kroft (16 points) and Austin Boucher (10 points) were three of four Legends in double digits scoring in a win over Indianapolis Tech.
• BRANDON NICHOLSON, NORWELL BOYS
Scored 15 points and had 13 rebounds in the Knights’ 49-43 win over Adams Central.
• LUKE ZEDDIS, NORWELL BOYS
Hit four three pointers and finished with 13 points in a win over Adams Central.
• KEVIN BROWN, ADAMS CENTRAL BOYS
Scored a game high 23 points as Adams Central fell to Norwell.
• JUSTIN BOOKER, SMITH ACADEMY
Booker scored 20 points in a 50-49 loss to Frontier and 18 more points in a 71-47 loss to Southern Wells as part of the North Miami Balmer Memorial Classic.
• BLUFFTON BOYS
Jonathan Irwin scored 18 points and Max Corle scored 16 as Bluffton fell 68-62 to Blackford.
• KODY FIKE, SOUTH ADAMS BOYS
Scored 24 points and had nine rebounds in a 46-44 loss to Daleville.
• JAMES ARNOLD, SOUTH ADAMS BOYS
Scored 13 points and had five assists in the loss to Daleville.
• ISAAC SCHLOTTERBACK, LAKEWOOD PARK BOYS
He led Lakewood Park with 24 points including the game winning shot as they beat Fremont 58-57.
• ALI ALI AND HAYDEN JONES, EAST NOBLE
Ali scored 22 and Jones had 21 in a 62-57 win over Lakeland.
• KENZIE CASSELMAN, GARRETT.
Tied a school record by hitting 7-of-11 three pointers on her way to 27 points as Garrett beat Prairie Heights 45-40.
• ERICA ZOOK, FAIRFIELD GIRLS
Scored 16 points to lead Fairfield past Concord, 52-51, and help the team improve to 7-0.
• ELLIE SNEP, WHITKO GIRLS
Had 16 rebounds to go with 11 points as Whitko fell to Bremen 47-31.