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The Journal Gazette

Sunday, January 07, 2018 1:00 am

High schools

Carroll gymnastics rises up to capture own invitational

Journal Gazette

The Carroll gymnastics team won its own invitational with a team score of 109.425.

The Chargers defeated Homestead (104.9), DeKalb (100.4), Huntington North (98.85) and East Noble (97.4).

Ashlelynn Steinke led Carroll with an all-around score of 36.75 with a first-place finish on beam (9.425).

DeKalb's Shiloh Miller won vault (9.4), Homestead's Catherine Milne won bars (9.45) and floor (9.575). Milne finished with an all-around score of 36.75.

Boys basketball

SOUTH SIDE 91, MARION 82: At South Side, Mikale Stevenson led the Archers (7-4) with 22 points, going 13 of 14 from the free-throw line, Asher Blum had 18 points and 10 rebounds, JT Langston Jr. added 16 points and Jordan 11.

CARROLL 74, VAN WERT (Ohio) 32: At Carroll, Dan McKeeman scored 14 points, Reece Swoverland added 13 and David Ejah 10 for the Chargers (6-2).

HERTIAGE 44, SOUTHERN WELLS 23: At Heritage, LaMar Hudson Jr. led the Patriots (7-1, 2-0 ACAC) with 13 points, and Alec Burton added 12. Kane Moore scored 11 for the Raiders (2-7, 0-3).

Girls basketball

CARMEL 75, SOUTH SIDE 62: At Carmel, Shamari Tyson and Taniece Chapman each scored 18 for the Archers (15-3) who dropped their third straight.

BISHOP LUERS 71, CANTERBURY 53: At Canterbury, Kathryn Knapke led the Knights (12-5) with 32 points, and Alaina Rongos scored 22 to lead the Cavaliers (4-9).

LAKEWOOD PARK 40, GARRETT 38: At Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Hadyn Faur scored 14 and Bekah Priskorn added 10 for the Panthers (10-4).

Camden Bodey led the Railroaders (5-11) with 13 points.

Wrestling

BELLMONT SUPER DUALS: Chesterton went 5-0 to lead the event, Mishawaka went 4-1, Bloomington South 3-2, Bellmont 2-3, Delta 4-1 and Adams Central 0-5. The host Braves won 41-33 over Delta and 43-33 over Adams Central.

WEST NOBLE SUPER DUALS: Northridge went 5-0, defeating Prairie Heights 33-29 in the finals. Garrett won the consolation 49-24 over Jimtown after falling to Prairie Heights 35-32 in the semifinals.