Prep hoops: Friday, December 1 top moments and performances
• LUCAS KROFT, NORTH SIDE BOYS
Scored 14 points, had seven rebounds and three steals and threw down a thunderous first half dunk that rattled the support of the rim at By Hey Arena in a 56-41 win over DeKalb.
— Glenn Marini (@GlennMariniWANE) December 2, 2017
• AUSTIN BOUCHER & BRANDAN JOHNSON, NORTH SIDE BOYS
Had 16 and 15 points respectively to lead the Legends, playing without an ill Keion Brooks Jr., in a 56-41 win over DeKalb.
• LOGAN KRUSE, DEKALB
Led the Barons with 13 points in the loss to North Side.
• LANE REED, LEO BOYS
Hit the game winner with 0.9 seconds left to lift Leo to a 39-38 victory over Heritage.
• LUKE STOLLER & JEREMY DAVISON, LEO BOYS
Each scored 10 points in Leo’s 39-28 win over Heritage.
• ALI ALI, EAST NOBLE BOYS
Scored 21 points and had six rebounds and three assists in the 53-21 win over Garrett.
• MITCHELL GELLER, HUNTINGTON NORTH BOYS
Scored 21 points, had 10 rebounds and added five assists as the Vikings beat Southwood 49-46.
• BRAXTON MEEK, ANGOLA BOYS
Scored 20 points in 28 minutes to lead the Hornets to a 55-40 win over Central Noble.
• BRAYDEN PEARSON, CONCORDIA LUTHERAN BOYS
Scored 14 points and added eight rebounds, four assists and four steals in a 60-48 win over Canterbury.
• WILL SHANK, CANTERBURY BOYS
The freshman led the Cavaliers with 14 points in their loss to Concordia Lutheran.
• LUKE STEPHENS, FAIRFIELD BOYS
Had 21 points, seven assists and six rebounds as Fairfield dropped Prairie Heights 55-33.
• LARS IN’T GROEN, SOUTH ADAMS BOYS
Led the game with 17 points as the Starfires held off a fourth quarter rally to beat Bluffton 56-53.
• RIVER WEST, WHITKO
He scored 27 points and had 10 rebounds as Whitko lost to Wabash 73-59.
• LYDIA REIMBOLD, BISHOP LUERS GIRLS
Scored 21 points, added nine rebounds, five assists and four steals in a 61-27 win over North Side.
• KATHRYN KNAPKE, BISHOP LUERS GIRLS
Scored 15 points and pulled down eight rebounds in the win over North Side.
• NIOMI DUBE, NORTHROP GIRLS
Dube’s 19 points led the way as the Bruins stayed unbeaten at 7-0 with a 66-59 win over Bishop Dwenger.
• BREANNA DOUGLAS, NORTHROP GIRLS
Douglas posted a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds in the win over Bishop Dwenger.
• ELLEN ROSS, BISHOP DWENGER GIRLS
Scored 14 points and pulled down 10 rebounds in the close loss to undefeated Northrop.
• BISHOP DWENGER GIRLS
Tallied 13 steals in the loss to Northrop, including four from Molly Ream and three each from Olivia Sterba and Caitlyn Ryan.
• SHAMARI TYSON, SOUTH SIDE GIRLS
Had a balanced night with eight points, five rebounds, seven assists and four steals in a 65-43 win over Snider.
• TANIECE CHAPMAN, SOUTH SIDE GIRLS
Had 16 points and nine rebounds in the win over Snider.
• SYLARE STARKS, HOMESTEAD
Scored 17 points to lead the Spartans to a 53-52 win over Carroll.
• LANEY STECKLER & JULIA MILLER, CARROLL
Scored 16 and 15 points respectively as the Chargers came within one point of being the first team to ever beat Homestead girls basketball in an SAC game.
• SYDNEY FREEMAN, CENTRAL NOBLE
Scored 15 points in a 46-30 loss to Angola.
• NORWELL GIRLS
A balanced scoring effort (Logan Rowles 14, Breann Barger 12, Lauren Bales 9, Aubrey Dunnuck 9) led Norwell to a 60-45 win over Huntington North at Hoosier Gym.
• RILEIGH JOHNSON, HUNTINGTON NORTH GIRLS
Scored 18 points in a loss to Norwell.