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Bulldogs boys stay hot with road win

– The New Haven boys basketball team continues to roll.

The Bulldogs improved to 9-2 with a 63-48 victory over host Bishop Dwenger, getting it done on the strength of Steve McElvene’s 20 points and Jordan Hogue’s 19.

The Bulldogs led 29-20 at the half and 46-30 after three quarters.

Tyron Kinnie chipped in with 11 for New Haven. The Saints, meanwhile, got 21 points, including five 3-pointers, from Ryan Christman.

Boys basketball

COLUMBIA CITY 53, DEKALB 47: The Eagles outscored DeKalb 19-12 in the fourth quarter to break open a tight game at DeKalb.

Mason Coverstone scored 28 points to offset Cole Hartman’s 30 for DeKalb.

BLUFFTON 43, NORTHFIELD 41: The Tigers led 13-5 after a quarter and 25-18 at the half, then hung on to win at Northfield. Kevin Moser scored 11 to lead Bluffton.

HERITAGE 44, ANGOLA 34: The Patriots outscored Angola 24-13 in the second half to secure the win. Conner Bleke scored 13 to lead Heritage.

LAKELAND 65, HAMILTON 60: Chandler Mynhier and Eric Herber led Lakeland with 11 points apiece.

Casey Rote led all scorers with 21 for Hamilton.

Girls basketball

CARROLL 45, ANGOLA 42: Madison Peterson scored 13 points to lead the Chargers at Angola.

GARRETT 63, EASTSIDE 29: Brandi Dawson scored 25 points to lead the unbeaten Railroaders (18-0), and Kaitlin Wisel added 14.

The Railroaders led 16-8 after a quarter, 32-17 at half and finished it by outscoring Eastside 18-2 in the third quarter.

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