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Tuesday, February 11, 2020 10:10 pm

High Schools

Archers shoot down Knights


And now it’s just one.

With South Side knocking off Bishop Luers on Tuesday at South Side, 56-51, Snider stands as the lone remaining SAC squad with one league loss this season. The Archers (6-10, 4-3 SAC) led 28-21 at halftime, with the Knights (10-5, 5-2) missing out on a chance to tie the Panthers atop the conference race.

HOMESTEAD 62, WAYNE 40: At Wayne, Luke Goode’s 22-point night provided the Spartans their victory margin. Alec Grinsfelder added 11 as Homestead (12-7, 5-2 SAC) pulled into a tie with Bishop Luers and Carroll for second in the SAC race with two league games remaining. Michael Redding netted 12 for Wayne (4-9, 2-5).

CARROLL 102, NORTH SIDE 61: At North Side, Richie Gross scored 21 points and Ryan Preston added 20 for the Chargers. Jalen Jackson’s double-double (11 points, 11 assists) helped Carroll (14-3, 5-2 SAC) jump into a three-way tie for second, a game behind conference-leading Snider, in the SAC standings. Isiah Moore scored 20 for North Side (1-15, 0-7).

NORTHROP 66, CONCORDIA 50: At Northrop, the Bruins sank half their three-point tries (7 of 14) to beat the Cadets. Qualen Pettus led Northrop (10-10, 4-3 SAC) with 17 points, while Brayden Pearson’s 11 proved best for Concordia (9-8, 3-4).

NORWELL 66, HERITAGE 36: In Ossian, Will Geiger finished 9 of 13 from the floor, leading four Knights in double figures with 24. Norwell (17-1) also got 17 from Eli Riley and 12 from Luke McBride, while Luke Saylor led Heritage (4-13) with 12.

LEO 35, ANGOLA 26: In Angola, the Lions gave up no more than eight points in any quarter as the Hornets fell to 0-2 under interim coach Josh Sheets. Blake Davison for Leo (12-6) and Joel Knox for Angola (10-7) both scored 13 points to lead their respective squads.

CENTRAL NOBLE 65, WHITKO 56: In Albion, the Cougars trailed 46-45 after three quarters, but 29 Connor Essegian points and 22 more from Sawyer Yoder spelled the difference for Central Noble (15-4). Brett Sickafoose paced the Wildcats (7-9) with 20.

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