Sophomore Jakub Hall nearly compiled a double-double in the season opener for the Harrison boys basketball team Saturday, finishing with 18 points and eight rebounds in a 68-42 victory over North Montgomery.
A dominant first half allowed the Raiders to build a 21-point lead. Dom Trapp sank a trio of 3-pointers and finished with 15 points. Jack Mathew also was in double figures with 12 points for the Raiders, who take on West Lafayette in the J&C Hoops Classic on Tuesday night at Lafayette Jeff.
Caleb Randolph had 17 points for North Montgomery (1-1), sinking four of the Chargers’ eight 3-pointers.
Clinton Prairie 73
The visiting Gophers shot nearly 60 percent from the field, including 12 of 19 behind the 3-point line, to roll past the Cougars.
Grant Ream was 4 of 6 from 3-point range on his way to a team-best 17 points. Kale Morris added 15 points, 12 rebounds and six assists. Morris was 3 of 5 behind the arc.
Drew Scott gave Clinton Prairie three double figure scorers with 11. Jacob Price was 3 of 3 behind the 3-point line to finish with nine points in 13 minutes.
Tyler Holford had eight points for Carroll, which was held to 22 percent from the field.
North White 69
The visiting Vikings rained 3-pointers on the Red Ramblers in the first half while building a 12-point lead.
Luke Diener had 14 of his 18 points in the first half for North White, sinking a trio of 3-pointers. Jared Shane added 15 points, Javier Benitez 13 and Alex Cobb 11.
Jacob Marcov had 20 points for Attica.
Western Boone 59
Blake Miller and Enrique Rangel each scored 16 points for the Hornets, who lost on a last-second shot.
Christian Howard added 14 points and 13 rebounds for Rossville.
West Central 53
Nate Neely had 15 points and Aaron Mendez scored 11 for West Central.
Everett Krueger led three players in double figures for Culver with 28 points.
Twin Lakes 63
Kankakee Valley 38
The Indians turned a two-point game into a rout in the fourth quarter, outscoring the host Kougars 28-5.
Dane Holmes and Blake Bennington each had 17 points for Twin Lakes (2-0). Justin Crabb added 12 points, and Bryce Bennington handed out nine assists to go with six steals.
Arguably the best quarter of the season carried the Raiders (2-6) to a home North Central Conference victory.
Erika Franscoviak’s 14 points led three players in double figures for Harrison, which outscored the Berries 22-3 in the second quarter to take a 37-18 halftime lead. Franscoviak completed a double-double with 15 rebounds.
Maddie Richter added 12 points and freshman Olivia Stansbury had 10.
Twin Lakes 61
Taylor Burns led the Indians once again, contributing 19 points and nine rebounds.
Grace Michal’s 21 points and 17 rebounds paced Tri-County.
North White 49
Yet another double-double for Audrey Minix, 23 points and 16 rebounds, helped the Vikings dominate the middle quarters.
North White (4-1) outscored Culver 37-14 over the second and third periods to take a 45-22 lead into the fourth quarter. Minix is now averaging 18.8 points and 14.4 rebounds per game.
Freshman Sara Rose added 10 points for the Vikings.
A 29-3 start left little doubt about the outcome, as Hannah Newby had 22 for Danville.
Addie Laskowski had 10 points and Jazmine Hall scored eight for Crawfordsville.
West Lafayette senior Lauren Johnson qualified for the Footlocker National Meet thanks to a fourth-place regional finish.
Johnson crossed the finish line in a school record time of 17:30. The top 10 finishers advanced to San Diego for the national championship on Dec. 12.
The regional drew runners from Indiana, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin and all U.S. citizens on military bases.