Prep hoops: Friday, January 19 top moments and performances
• SYDNEY GRABER, HOMESTEAD GIRLS
The sophomore had a game high 23 points in a 78-40 win over North Side to keep the Spartans unbeaten in regular season SAC play.
• SYLARE STARKS, HOMESTEAD GIRLS
She scored 20 points in the win over North Side.
• GRACE HUNTER, BELLMONT GIRLS
She scored a game high 23 points and added 10 rebounds for a double-double while the Sqauws beat Huntington North 56-43.
• BREANN BARGER, NORWELL GIRLS
She scored 12 points and had 10 rebounds in the 82-28 win over New Haven.
• SONY NARD, NEW HAVEN
She scored 15 points in the loss to Norwell.
• SYDNEY FREEMAN, CENTRAL NOBLE
She scored 23 points in a 48-42 win over Eastside.
• SOUTH SIDE GIRLS
The Archers had four girls in double figures scoring, led by Taniece Chapman’s 15, followed by 14 from Shamari Jackson, 13 from Jaci Jones and 12 from Mikeba Jones in their 70-67 win over Carroll.
• CARROLL GIRLS
The Chargers made a furious comeback after being down 18 points at the half, outscoring South Side by 20 during a furious fourth quarter run. The Chargers were led in their eventual loss by Kelli Damman’s 19 points and Alyssa Kimes’ 13 points.
• BISHOP LUERS GIRLS
A pair of double-doubles sparked the Knights by rival Bishop Dwenger. Kathryn Knapke had 18 points and 10 rebounds while Lydia Reimbold had 12 points and 14 rebounds to go with four steals in the 58-49 win over the Saints.
• ELLEN ROSS, BISHOP DWENGER GIRLS
She scored a game high 22 points in the loss to Bishop Luers.
• CHANTEESE CRAIG, CONCORDIA LUTHERAN GIRLS
The freshman went to work inside, scoring a game high 23 points in a 56-29 win over Snider
• CARISSA GARCIA, CONCORDIA LUTHERAN GIRLS
She hit three three-pointers and scored 19 points in the win over Snider.
• HANNAH BARNES, SNIDER GIRLS
She scored a team high 15 points in the loss to Concordia Lutheran.
• ARIELLE THATCHER, WAYNE GIRLS
Had a game high 17 points to go with six rebounds, five assists and four steals in a 79-19 win over Wayne
• BREANNA DOUGLAS, NORTHROP GIRLS
She scored 11 points and had a game high 15 rebounds in the win over Wayne.
• ANGOLA GIRLS
The Hornets became the first area team to reach 20 wins with their 51-17 win over Churubusco. The Hornets were last winners of 20-plus games in 2011-2012 when they went 21-2.
• LEIGHA BROWN, DEKALB GIRLS
She scored 32 points, had 12 rebounds and three steals in a 51-59 loss to Columbia City.
• GRANT RABER, HOMESTEAD BOYS
Raber scored a game high 23 points, scoring 21 of those points in the second half as Homestead remained unbeaten in the SAC with a 71-62 win over North Side.
• SAM BUCK, HOMESTEAD BOYS
He hit three three-pointers and scored 14 points in the win over North Side.
• KEION BROOKS JR., NORTH SIDE BOYS
He scored 21 points, hitting four three-pointers in the loss to Homestead.
• JOHNNY CARROLL AND KEVIN BROWN, ADAMS CENTRAL BOYS
They each scored a game high 15 points in the 49-27 win over Bluffton.
• HERITAGE BOYS
It took a pair of overtimes, but Heritage won their rematch with Woodlan, 47-45, by outscoring the Warriors 2-0 in the second extra session. Walter Knapke led the way with 14 points for Heritage.
• AARON HAHN, WOODLAN BOYS
He scored a game high 19 points in the loss to Heritage.
• ZANE BURKE, CHURUBUSCO BOYS
He scored a team high 14 points in the Eagles’ 46-38 loss to Angola.
• DAN MCKEEMAN, CARROLL BOYS
Hitting 8-of-8 free throws, McKeeman scored a team high 16 points in the 53-41 win over South Side.
• ASHER BLUM, SOUTH SIDE BOYS
He scored a team high 14 points with eight rebounds and three assists in the loss to Carroll.
• JAY COUNTY BOYS
Three Patriots scored in double figures in the 52-32 win over South Adams. Cole Stigleman led the way with 13 points, Max Moser scored 11 and Jordan Stultz had 10 points.
• KODY FIKE, SOUTH ADAMS BOYS
He had a 15 point, 10 rebounds double-double in the loss to Jay County.
• CRAIG YOUNG, WAYNE BOYS
The junior had a big bounce back game with 21 points, 10 rebounds and a pair of blocks in the 65-58 win over Northrop.
• DILLON REDDING, WAYNE BOYS
He was 4-of-6 from three point range and scored 17 points in the win over Northrop.
• NORTHROP BOYS
Balanced scoring paced the Bruins. Isaac Anderson scored 14, followed by 13 from Elijah Fincher, 11 from freshman Khamani Smith and 10 points from Qualen Pettus.
• TREVOR FRANKLIN, WEST NOBLE BOYS
He scored 31 points in the 75-45 win over Fremont.
• RIVER WEST, WHITKO BOYS
He scored 32 points, had 12 rebounds and a pair of assists in a 67-64 win over Northfield.
• BRETT SICKAFOOSE, WHITKO BOYS
He scored 17 points in the win over Northfield.
• FAIRFIELD BOYS
Luke Stephens (15), Tyshawn Knight (13) and Peyton Faldoe (13) each scored in double figures as Fairfield beat Class 2A #1 Westview 54-52 in overtime. It was Westview’s first loss of the season.
• LUCAS LEHRMAN, BISHOP DWENGER BOYS
He scored 16 points, had 10 rebounds and five blocks as the Saints beat rival Bishop Luers 63-38.
• DILLON DUFF, SNIDER BOYS
Duff scored a game high 34 points in the Panthers’ 81-47 win over Concordia Lutheran.
• HAMBY BROTHERS, MANCHESTER BOYS
Weston Hamby scored 18 points and Mason Hamby had 13 points in the 58-43 win over Rochester.