FRANKFORT – Dakota Isgrigg scored 19 points as Frankfort bounced back from its loss in the J&C Hoops Classic championship game by pulling away from previously unbeaten Logansport for a 69-50 win on Friday night.
Nathan Wissman and Christian Smith added 14 points each for the Hot Dogs (4-1), while Brody Kirby chipped in with 12. Frankfort led by just four at the midway point, 30-26, before stretching the margin out in the second half.
Antonio Penny had 26 points for Logansport (4-1).
The Hot Dogs face off against Delphi at 3:45 p.m. today as part of the Hoosier Invitational at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
Benton Central 46
OXFORD – A 19-3 start propelled the Oracles to their fourth victory in as many games.
Northern Kentucky recruit Cole Murray’s 17 points led three players in double figures for Delphi (4-0), which led 39-14 at halftime. Erik Carpenter had 12 points, and Ricky Windell contributed 10 points to go along with five steals and four assists.
Brandon Rooze and Tyler Souligne each had 15 points for Benton Central (2-4). Trevor Featherston and Souligne each had six rebounds to help the Bison outrebound the Oracles.
N. Montgomery 52
LINDEN – Three players in double figures helped the undefeated Patriots overcome a 34-point night for the Chargers’ Nathan Rogers.
Jordan Stover scored 13 points for Seeger (4-0), while Zach Stitt and Nathan DeVillez each contributed 10.
Rogers was 13 of 20 from the field, but the rest of the Chargers (0-5) were 8 of 24.
Fountain Central 82
Clinton Prairie 59
JEFFERSON – Ethan and Sam Woodrow combined to shoot 22 of 32 from the field and score 56 points to lead the undefeated Mustangs.
Ethan Woodrow scored a game-high 32 points, sinking 13 of 19 shots (4 of 6 from 3-point range), to help Fountain Central (4-0) jump out to a 23-8 lead after one quarter and a 25-point halftime margin. Woodrow also just missed a double-double with nine rebounds.
Sam Woodrow scored 24 points, and Luke Davenport had 10 for Fountain Central.
Kale Morris had 20 points for Clinton Prairie (0-3), which also had three double-figure scorers. Luke Ticen contributed 14, and Austin Martin had 12.
COVINGTON – The Trojans extended their lead in this century-plus-old rivalry behind a game-high 19 points and 14 rebounds from Alex Frechette.
Chandler Spring had 12 points for Covington (1-2), which now leads its Fountain County rival 112-103 in the series.
Bryce Cooper struggled through a 6 of 18 shooting night but finished with 14 points for Attica (2-2). Kenny Little added 10 points, but the Red Ramblers could not overcome a 40-24 rebounding deficit.
South Newton 26
ROYAL CENTER – Aided by five 3-pointers, Carter Skaggs scored 27 points to lead Pioneer (2-2).
Skylar Hiatt and Jarrett Hammel had eight points apiece for South Newton (0-2).
West Central 51
North Judson 47
FRANCESVILLE – Kamrein Street scored 17 points to help the Trojans pick up their first win of the season.
West Central (1-3) trailed by six at the half but outscored North Judson 15-5 in the third quarter.
WINAMAC – Advantages in rebounding (33-22) and free throws (14-6) were enough to lift the Falcons to a Midwest Conference road victory.
Austin Woolley had 24 points, aided by 8 of 10 free throw shooting, for Frontier (2-3). Jordan Zarse contributed eight points and seven rebounds.