2020 Girls hoops Sectional schedule and scores

Games in the girls postseason will kick off on February 4 and 5 with semi finals on February 7. Sectional final games across the state are scheduled for Saturday, February 8.

Check out our updated schedule and scores throughout the week. You can also see links to each of the Sectionals we previewed leading into opening games.


Sectional 4 at Warsaw

Tuesday, Feb. 4

Elkhart Central 62, Elkhart Memorial 31

Wednesday, Feb. 5

Goshen 46, Concord 24

Penn 65, Northridge 42

Friday, Feb. 7

Warsaw 46, Elkhart Central 35

Penn 49, Goshen 19

Saturday, Feb. 8: Penn 45, Warsaw 44

Sectional 5 at East Noble

BOUNCE’S BREAKDOWN: Girls hoops 4A Sectional 5

Tuesday, Feb. 4

Northrop 63, North Side 31: Destiny Jackson had 16 points and 9 rebounds to lead Northrop.

East Noble 51, Snider 40

Friday, Feb. 7

Northrop 43, DeKalb 26: 18 points, 9 rebounds and 4 blocks from Destiny Jackson led the Bruins.

Carroll 70, East Noble 37: Olivia Hoeppner and Taylor Fordyce scored 12 each to lead 10 Carroll scorers. East Noble was led by Carly Turner’s 12 points.

Saturday, Feb. 8: Carroll 75, Northrop 55: Emily Parrett’s 28 points led the way for Carroll, who also got 10 points each from Delane Sheets and Olivia Hoeppner.

BOUNCE: Just because it is continual, Sectional Saturday isn’t any less special for Carroll

Sectional 6 at South Side

BOUNCE’S BREAKDOWN: Girls hoops 4A Sectional 6

Tuesday, Feb. 4

Homestead 83, New Haven 24: Homestead hit 54.2 percent from the field, led by 20 points from Ayanna Patterson and 15points (and five three pointers) from Rylie Parker.

South Side 45, Huntington North 31: Jaci Jones scored 15 points and had six steals as South Side overcame the Viking defense. The game was tied 2-2 after the first quarter.

Friday, Feb. 7

Homestead 53, Columbia City 31: Rylie Parker scored a team high 22 points for Homestead.

South Side 89, Wayne 29: Alaya Chapman led all scorers with 22 points while Olivia Smith added 19 points and 7 steals and Jaci Jones had 18 points and six steals for the Archers.

Saturday, Feb. 8: Homestead 44, South Side 41 (OT): Ayanna Patterson led Homestead to a title with 16 points and 7 rebounds while Sydney Graber added 15 points and 8 rebounds. South Side was led by a game high 24 points from Jaci Jones, who hit 6-of-12 three pointers.


Sectional 20 at Lakeland

BOUNCE’S BREAKDOWN: Girls hoops 3A Sectional 20

Tuesday, Feb. 4

Central Noble 54, Wawasee 31: Lydia Andrews was the model of consistency, scoring 21 points for the Cougars, spreading her offense across all four quarters. Bridgette Gray added 20 points in the win.

NorthWood 48, Tippecanoe Valley 39

Friday, Feb. 7

Lakeland 56, Central Noble 38: Bailey Hartsough scored 18 to lead Lakeland to their first sectional final since 1998. Central Noble was led by 13 points from Lydia Andrews.

NorthWood 40, West Noble 36

Saturday, Feb. 8: NorthWood 56, Lakeland 34

Sectional 21 at Concordia Lutheran

BOUNCE’S BREAKDOWN: Girls hoops 3A Sectional 21

Tuesday, Feb. 4

Woodlan 43, Bishop Dwenger 42: Avah Smith scored with 1.3 seconds left to send Woodlan on to the Sectional semi final.

Concordia Lutheran 36, Leo 13

Friday, Feb. 7

Garrett 46, Woodlan 44: Faith Owen led all scorers with 17 points and Morgan Ostrowski added 14 points for Garrett.

Garrett steals clutch distinction from Woodlan in seesaw Sectional semi final win

Concordia 42, Angola 32: Grace Hedtke hit three three-pointers and scored a team high 11 points for Concordia. Hanna Knoll and Megan Nisun each had 11 points for Angola.

BOUNCE: Concordia’s confidence crucial in Sectional round upset

Saturday, Feb. 8: Garrett 32, Concordia 31: Bailey Kelham had a game high 18 points in the win. Chanteese Craig led Concordia with 10 points.

Sectional 23 at Mississinewa

BOUNCE’S BREAKDOWN: Girls hoops 3A Sectional 23

Tuesday, Feb. 4

Norwell 60, Bishop Luers 53: Norwell overcame a 19 point first quarter deficit to battle back and take the lead in the third quarter, holding off Luers for the win. Maiah Shelton led the way with 30 points for Norwell.

Wednesday, Feb. 5

Bellmont 62, Eastern (Greentown) 49

Oak Hill 45, Heritage 33: Bree Dossen had 15 points and 10 rebounds for Heritage in the loss.

Friday, Feb. 7

Norwell 59, Mississinewa 55: Kaylee Fuelling had 21 points and four steals for Norwell, who had 20 total steals in the game, headed by seven from Breann Barger. Maiah Shelton added 16 points.

Bellmont 44, Oak Hill 37: Meghan Busick scored a game high 16 points to lead the Squaws.

Saturday, Feb. 8: Norwell 37, Bellmont 36: Breann Barger led Norwell with 11 points and 8 rebounds and Maiah Shelton added 11 points in the win. Bellmont was led by 20 points from Meghan Busick.


Sectional 35 at Fairfield

BOUNCE’S BREAKDOWN: Girls hoops 2A Sectional 35

Tuesday, Feb. 4

Fairfield 37, Prairie Heights 28

Friday, Feb. 7

Westview 39, LaVille 32

Bremen 42, Fairfield 38

Saturday, Feb. 8: Bremen 60, Westview 33

Sectional 36 at Bluffton

BOUNCE’S BREAKDOWN: Girls hoops 2A Sectional 36

Tuesday, Feb. 4

Adams Central 56, Churubusco 24

Wednesday, Feb. 5

Bluffton 54, Whitko 12: Olivia King scores a game high 17 points for Bluffton.

South Adams 42, Eastside 34: Peyton Pries scored 22 points and Lydia Loshe added 16 for South Adams in the win.

Friday, Feb. 7

Adams Central 70, Canterbury 8

Bluffton 43, South Adams 38 (OT): Leading the Tigers was Olivia King with 16, Zoe Barger and Emme Boots both scored 8 points for Bluffton. Lydia Loshe scored a game high 17 points to lead South Adams.

Saturday, Feb. 8: Adams Central 32, Bluffton 30: Zoe Barger and Olivia King each scored 12 for Bluffton in the loss.

Defense early, offense late leads Adams Central to first sectional title in 19 years

Sectional 37 at Cass

Tuesday, Feb. 4

Rochester 57, Delphi 37

Manchester 39, Lewis Cass 22

Friday, Feb. 7

Rochester 40, Carroll (Flora) 38

Manchester 41, Wabash 26

Saturday, Feb. 8: Rochester 39, Manchester 33


Sectional 51 at Blackhawk Christian

BOUNCE’S BREAKDOWN: Girls hoops 1A Sectional 51

Tuesday, Feb. 4

Blackhawk Christian 47, Bethany Christian 40: Hailee Kline scored 18 to lead Blackhawk. Read more about the game here.

Friday, Feb. 7

Elkhart Christian 48, Lakewood Park 27: Frannie Talarico scored 13 and Chloe Jolloff had 10 points in the Lakewood Park loss.

Blackhawk Christian 46, Fremont 37: Hailee Kline’s 15 points led a balanced scoring effort for the Braves; they got 9 points each from Sammie Miller and Aubree Vander Dussen.

Saturday, Feb. 8: Blackhawk Christian 42, Elkhart Christian 29: Hailee Kline scored a game high 17 points for Blackhawk Christian.

Sectional 53 at North Miami

Tuesday, Feb. 4

Northfield 58, Southern Wells 36

Friday, Feb. 7

Southwood 63, Lakeland Christian 34

Northfield 63, North Miami 51

Saturday, Feb. 8: Northfield 54, Southwood 29

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