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Posted on Wed. Nov. 28, 2012 - 12:02 am EDT


Dwenger girls basketball topples Columbia City

FORT WAYNE — Columbia City never quite went away. And Bishop Dwenger never quite let the Eagles stay.

The result, in a cross-border clash Tuesday between the Northeast Hoosier and Summit Athletic conferences, was Dwenger, 46-41, in girls basketball. The Saints trailed 10-8 after a quarter, then outscored the Eagles 23-15 across the middle two quarters to seize control of things.

Ally Christman scored 15 points and Kathryn Jenkins 11 to lead Dwenger, which shot just .238 (10 of 42) but outrebounded Columbia City 32-25.

Macie Hinen led Columbia City, which shot just .278 itself (15 of 54), with 15.

Boys basketball

NORTH SIDE 71, BLACKHAWK CHRISTIAN 53: Oosha Mitchell scored 19 points, Jeremy Jones 17 and Trevion Crews 14 to lead the Redskins at Blackhawk. North led 27-26 at the half but blew it open with a 25-14 third quarter.

Girls basketball

LEO 47, DEKALB 38: Keanna Gary scored 13 points and Taylor Seiss 10 to lead the Lions. Leo trailed 34-33 after three quarters but outscored the Barons 14-4 in the fourth quarter. Baylee Rinehart led all scorers with 15 for DeKalb.

SNIDER 83, CARROLL 49: The Panthers rolled out to an 18-5 lead after one quarter and a 38-19 halftime lead to easily handle the Chargers. Meredith Shipman scored 20 points to lead four double-figure scorers that included Deja Wimby (19), Bryanna Moore (11) and Karrina Smith (11).

HOMESTEAD 87, NORTH SIDE 31: The Spartans remained unbeaten, blowing out to a 27-9 lead after a quarter and never looking back. Sydney Buck scored 29 points, including seven three-pointers, to lead Homestead.

SOUTHERN WELLS 47, MISSISSINEWA 35: Southern Wells built a 26-14 lead at halftime to dispatch Mississinewa. Ashton Prible scored 13 and Carissa Carter 10 to lead the Raiders.

ANGOLA 58, FAIRFIELD 45: Rachel Rinehart scored 22 points, Claire Grubb 14 and Kylie Bidlack 11 to lead the Hornets. Angola led 24-13 at the half and 44-27 after three quarters.

ADAMS CENTRAL 33, CHURUBUSCO 27: Mary Fox led Adams Central with eight points at Adams Central. The Flying Jets trailed 15-9 at halftime but outscored Churubusco 24-12 in the second half.


SNIDER 45, SOUTH SIDE 33: The Panthers won eight weight classes, including six of the first seven, to best the Archers. Nick Miller (126), Cruz Rodriguez (132), Jaisean Kimbrough (138), Dustin Wells (145), Joey Chacon (160) and Brione Morgan (182) all won by pin for Snider.

Girls swimming

CARROLL 209, NORWELL 76: The Chargers were led by Mykenzie Kostka, who won the 50 freestyle and 100 backstroke. Carroll won every event.

Boys swimming

CARROLL 186, NORWELL 101: Brian Niebuhr won the 200 individual medley and the 100 breaststroke to pace the Chargers, who won every event.

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