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New Haven captures NHC title

There will be no sharing this season.

New Haven defeated East Noble 67-46 Thursday night to claim the NHC regular-season title outright. The Bulldogs shared the crown with Homestead last season.

Steve McElvene led New Haven (13-3, 7-0) with 18 points, and Lowell Griggs added 13.

Houston Pattee scored 13 for East Noble (1-16, 0-7), and Brandon Nichols added 11.

CARROLL 58, COLUMBIA CITY 30: At Columbia City, Chandler White and Kyle Mallers each scored 12 points to lead the Chargers (12-6, 4-3 NHC). White needs four more points to reach 1,000.

Mason Coverstone scored 8 for the Eagles (7-10, 3-4).

HOMESTEAD 72, NORWELL 59: At Homestead, Joe Ault scored 25, and Dana Batt and Caleb Swanigan added 16 and 15 to lead the Spartans (14-5, 6-1 NHC).

David Vogel and Drew Shively each had 24 for the Knights (12-5, 5-2).

DEKALB 49, BELLMONT 32: At DeKalb, Cole Hartman scored 18, and Will Chrisman added 10 to lead the Barons (6-12, 2-5 NHC).

Camerson Bienz scored 13 for the Braves (5-10, 1-6).

LEO 64, BLUFFTON 40: At Leo, David Hardin had 20 points to lead the Lions (8-6, 4-2 ACAC).

Kevin Moser scored 20 for the Tigers (6-10, 2-5).

CHURUBUSCO 46, HAMILTON 37: At Hamilton, T.J. Campbell and Garett Simmons each scored 13 to lead the Eagles (4-14, 3-5 NECC).

Casey Rote scored 19 for the Marines (5-10, 1-7).

PLYMOUTH 38, WARSAW 31: At Warsaw, Jordan Stookey’s 16 points were not enough for the Tigers (9-8, 2-5) against the Pilgrims (10-7, 3-4 NLC), who got 11 points from Tom Felke.

GOSHEN 48, WAWASEE 38: At Wawasee, Alex Clark’s 16 points were not enough for the Warriors (3-12, 0-6 NLC) against the Redskins (8-8, 3-4).

MARION 101, HUNTINGTON NORTH 92, OT: At Marion, James Blackmon Jr. finished with 48 points for the Giants (13-4, 4-1 NCC). The Indiana signee and former Bishop Luers star hit 9 of 15 3-pointers, and his brother, Vijay, scored 25.

Kyle Platt scored 29 for the Vikings (10-9, 1-4), and Matt Hogan added 18.

BLACKHAWK CHRISTIAN 81, SNIDER 64: At Blackhawk Christian, Wes Davidson had 20 points to lead the Braves (10-7). Joey Morlan scored 19, and Preston Rippe added 18 points.

Devlyn Williams scored 17, and Leander Williams and Conner Haxton each added 11 for the Panthers (13-5).

WEST NOBLE 67, WHITKO 38: At West Noble, Brandon Evans scored 19 to lead the Chargers (13-3). Nate Walpole scored 14 for the Wildcats (1-14).

LAKEWOOD PARK 62, BETHANY CHRISTIAN 43: At Lakewood Park, Drake Donaldson scored 15 to lead the Panthers (8-7) past the Bruins (3-13).

Gymnastics

DEKALB 104.65, HERITAGE 90.35, CONCORDIA 57.65: DeKalb’s Caitlin Marrow captured the all-around title by placing first on the bars and beam, and she was second in floor exercise and fourth in vault.

Hayley Gibson won the floor exercise, and Ryley Gibson took first in vault for DeKalb.

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