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High schools

Warsaw girls remain undefeated

The Warsaw girls basketball team improved to 12-0 with a 76-49 home win over Marion on Thursday.

Lindsay Baker led the Tigers with 26 points. Jennifer Walker-Crawford added 17 points and eight rebounds, while Melanie Holladay had 12 points.

Warsaw outscored Marion 20-9 in the first quarter and 21-9 in the second.


DEKALB 93.80, CONCORDIA 70.25: Kristin Russell beat out two teammates to win the all-around title for the host Barons.

Russell’s 32.0 was just ahead of Haley Gibson’s 31.0 and Ryley Gibson’s 30.75.

Concordia’s Rayna Mickelini was fourth in the all-around with 26.65.

Boys swimming

SOUTH ADAMS 98, BLUFFTON 85: David Steffen won four events for the visiting Starfires.

Steffen won the 50-meter freestyle and 100 butterfly, while also being part of the winning 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays.

Jason Prible won the 100 and 400 freestyle races for Bluffton.


NEW HAVEN 57, DEKALB 16: The visiting Bulldogs won 11 weight classes for the easy win.

Ryan Shaffer (126) and Rashad Jackson-Tatum (160) both had pins in under a minute for New Haven.

FREMONT 52, PRAIRIE HEIGHTS 21: The visiting Eagles claimed the regular-season NECC title with the win.