CLASS 4A AT DEKALB

BOUNCE’S BREAKDOWN: Boys hoops 4A Sectional 5

Tuesday

Northrop 41, Carroll 31: Isaac Anderson led the low scoring affair with 13 points for Northrop. Carroll was led by Dan McKeeman’s 12 points on a night where he set the all-time three pointer made record for Carroll. The Chargers were held to just seven points on seven shots in the first half.

Wednesday

Bishop Dwenger 59, Snider 46: Hayden Smithey scored 17 and Brenden Lytle added 14 for the Saints as they advanced to Friday’s semifinal. Snider was led by 11 points each from Dillon Duff and Michael Eley.

BOUNCE: Bishop Dwenger exudes confidence in 59-46 win over Snider in Class 4A Sectional

East Noble 73, North Side 32: Ali Ali had a game high 23 points with 5 rebounds and 5 assists in the dominant win. The game was once just 21-18 in East Noble’s favor. Spencer Denton added 12 points and 5 rebounds for the Knights. Tray Shoals led North Side with 14 points, going 4-of-7 from three point range; he added 4 rebounds.

Friday

Northrop 63, DeKalb 42: Qualen Pettus had 17 points and 6 rebounds and Sydney Curry scored 13 in the win. Caleb Nixon led DeKalb with 10 points.

East Noble 60, Bishop Dwenger 50: Ali Ali had 22 points to lead all scorers. Fellow Knights Brent Cox (12 points) and Hayden Jones (16) chipped in for the win.

Saturday

Northrop 77, East Noble 66: Isaac Anderson scored a game high 33 points and had 5 rebounds and 3 assists to give Northrop their title. Khamani Smith added 16 points and Qualen Pettus had 15 points.

CLASS 4A AT WAYNE

BOUNCE’S BREAKDOWN: Boys hoops 4A Sectional 6

Tuesday

Huntington North 48, Homestead 34: Sawyer Stoltz led the way with 20 points and 7 rebounds and big two handed dunk in the closing seconds to finish off the win for the Vikings. Trey Williams added nine points for Huntington North. Homestead got 12 points from Zak Krueger and 10 points from Luke Goode in the loss.

Wednesday

Muncie Central 58, Columbia City 42: Damarius Pegues had 15 points and 5 steals to lead the Bearcats while Reggie Bass added 14 points and 7 rebounds.

Wayne 50, Jay County 42: The Patriots lost their fourth straight to end the season. Cam Starks had non steals for Wayne.

Friday

Huntington North 53, South Side 32: Hank Pulver led the Vikings with 12 points and Sawyer Stoltz added 11. South Side was led by Kamron Mitchell’s 13.

Wayne 66, Muncie Central 63: Craig Young scored a game high 28 points to lead the Generals on their home court. Timon Konnor and Michael Redding each added 10.

Saturday

Huntington North 52, Wayne 40: Zach Daugherty had 13 points while Trey Williams and Jordan Hollowell each added 12 for the Vikings’ first Sectional title since 2001. Craig Young of Wayne led all scorers with 16.

CLASS 3A AT WAWASEE

BOUNCE’S BREAKDOWN: Boys hoops 3A Sectional 21

Tuesday

NorthWood 53, Fairfield 33: Ben Vincent scored 14 points for NorthWood in the upset win.

West Noble 58, Lakeland 47: David Flores scored a game high 21 points for West Noble. Braden Bontrager led the way for Lakeland with 19 points.

Friday

Tippecanoe Valley 45, NorthWood 41

Wawasee 65, West Noble 43

Saturday

Tippecanoe Valley 43, Wawasee 31

CLASS 3A AT GARRETT

BOUNCE’S BREAKDOWN: Boys hoops 3A Sectional 22

Tuesday

Angola 43, Concordia 39: Joel Knox scored 10 and Dyer Ball added 8 points for the Hornets in the win.

New Haven 54, Leo 40: Donovynn Lewis finished with 14 points for the Bulldogs in the win. Blake Davison scored 17 points to lead Leo.

Friday

Angola 50, Garrett 33

New Haven 48, Woodlan 37

Saturday

Angola 47, New Haven 37: The Hornets win their second straight Sectional title.

CLASS 3A AT BELLMONT

BOUNCE’S BREAKDOWN: Boys hoops 3A Sectional 23

Tuesday

Norwell 60, Mississinewa 40: Will Geiger scored a team high 18 points with 13 rebounds and 4 blocks and Drew Federspiel added 17 points for the Knights in the win.

Heritage 61, Bishop Luers 55: Jaydon Harris and Alec Burton each scored 16 points while Cameron Mitchell had 15 points and 10 rebounds and Jason Holliness-Bell had 7 points in 10 rebounds in the win for Heritage. Naylon Thompson scored a game high 24 points for Bishop Luers in the loss.

Friday

Marion 55, Norwell 30: Garrison Brege led Norwell with 11 points in the loss.

Heritage 50, Bellmont 48: Jaydon Harris led the Patriots with 12 points including 7 in the third quarter. Alec Burton and Jason Holliness-Bell each added 11. Kade Fuelling led all scorers with 23 for Bellmont.

Saturday

Marion 66, Heritage 40: Jalen Blackmon scored a team high 20 points in the win.

CLASS 2A AT WESTVIEW

BOUNCE’S BREAKDOWN: Boys hoops 2A Sectional 35

Tuesday

Westview 60, Central Noble 47: Charlie Yoder led all scorers with 25 points and added 6 rebounds for Westview. Teammate Eljah Hales had 15 points and 6 assists while Nick Rensbeger scored 13 points and had 8 rebounds. Sawyer Yoder led Central Noble with 19 points and Connor Essegian scored 12.

Prairie Heights 61, Bremen 43

Friday

Westview 60, Whitko 40: Charlie Yoder scores 28 points and had 10 rebounds in the win; Elijah Hales added 15 points and 9 rebounds.

Prairie Heights 74, LaVille 60: Mike Perkins’ game high 41 points was the big difference as the Panthers beat state ranked LaVille.

Saturday

Westview 63, Prairie Heights 46: Charlie Yoder scored 29 points, Nick Rensberger added 13 points and 11 rebounds and Elijah Hales had 12 points for the Warriors.

CLASS 2A AT EASTSIDE

BOUNCE’S BREAKDOWN: Boys hoops 2A Sectional 36

Tuesday

Eastside 54, Canterbury 48: Alex Yoder scored 20 points and Chase Franz scored 18 to lead Eastside while Keenan Baldus led Canterbury with 12 points.

RELATED: Eastside leans on seniors, shooting in 54-48 Sectional win over Canterbury

Churubusco 58, South Adams 47: Jackson Paul scored 17 points, had 11 rebounds and 6 assists in the win. Brayton Bonar added 11 points and Mason Garland had 10 points for Churubusco. Drew Stutzman had 16 points for South Adams on 7-of-10 shooting.

BOUNCE: Churubusco too big, too battled tested for feisty, young South Adams

Friday

Adams Central 54, Eastside 42

Bluffton 61, Churubusco 48: Johnathan Irwin’s 20 points led the way and Landon McClish added 13. Churubusco was led by 17 points from Jackson Paul and 12 from Mason Garland.

Saturday

Bluffton 44, Adams Central 38: Landon McClish’s 14 points led the Tigers, followed by 11 points from Johnathan Irwin and 12 from Tanner Cooley.

CLASS 2A AT OAK HILL

Tuesday

Manchester 53, Rochester 33: Weston Hamby scored 14 points, had 5 assists and 4 steals for Manchester.

Wabash 86, North Miami 35: Trenton Daughtry scored 21 point in the first half as Wabash ran away with the win.

Friday

Manchester 90, Lewis Cass 58

Wabash 75, Oak Hill 43

Saturday

Wabash 63, Manchester 60: Trenton Daughtry scored 30 points to lead Wabash after a scoring duel with Manchester’s Weston Hamby, who scored 31.

CLASS 1A AT FREMONT

BOUNCE’S BREAKDOWN: Boys hoops 1A Sectional 52

Tuesday

Fremont 68, Smith Academy 55: It took most of the game, but Fremont eventually wore down Smith Academy for the win. Tanner Behnfeldt scored a game high 39 points to lead Fremont. JuJuan Gordon had 20 points for Smith Academy in the loss.

Wednesday

Hamilton 72, Lakewood Park 69 (OT): Marko Stanojcic scored a game high 28 points in the Marines’ first postseason win since 2015. Caedmon Bontrager led Lakewood Park with 20 points.

Blackhawk Christian 94, Lakeland Christian 30: Frankie Davidson led the way with 21 points in the opening round win for the Braves. Blackhawk Christian also got 14 points each from Caleb Furst and Zane Burke.

Friday

Fremont 51, Bethany Christian 39: Tanner Behnfeldt had 24 and Ethan Marten added 17 for the host Eagles.

Blackhawk Christian 114, Hamilton 41: Abe Hicks led the way with 22 points and Caleb Furst added 20 for the Braves.

Saturday

Blackhawk Christian 99, Fremont 44: Frankie Davidson scored 27 points and Caleb Furst added 16 in the the Braves’ 12th sectional title in the past 16 seasons.

CLASS 1A AT WES-DEL

BOUNCE’S BREAKDOWN: Boys hoops 1A Sectional 55

Tuesday

Liberty Christian 73, Wes-Del 71: The Lions battled back from down 14 in the fourth quarter. Quentin Edmonds-Long hit the go ahead/game winning shot.

Southern Wells 74, Anderson Prep 50

Friday

Liberty Christian 66, Daleville 63

Southern Wells 78, Cowan 49

Saturday

Southern Wells 65, Liberty Christian 54

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