Hayden Castor led Wapahani with 16 points to earn the 73-43 victory over Tri. The Raiders’ Cameron Hollingsworth was 5 for 8 from the floor, knocking down four 3-pointers. Drew Estep and Peyton West picked up five rebounds each.
Wes-Del took down Elwood 54-39. Leading the Warriors was Adam Routh with 14 points, followed by Payton Waters with 12.
Cowan fell to Hagerstown 68-48. Clayton Kiplinger led the Blackhawks with 15 points and five rebounds, followed by Shea Ingles with 14 points.
Burris defeated Christal House Academy 67-40, and then fell to Cambridge City Lincoln 63-51 at a tournament in Cambridge City. The Owls’ Nick Baker scored a combined 33 in both games. Ryan Morey was the Owls’ leading scorer against Cambridge City Lincoln with 22 points. Tyce Rogers scored five 3-pointers against Christal House Academy.
New Castle edged past Greenwood 96-92 in overtime Friday. Five players scored in double figues, including Mason Gillis, who scored a team-high 28 points for the Trojans and Andrew Garret who added 22 points.
The North Central Conference announced its all-conference team, and five Central players were named to the roster: Jamel Barnes, Trenton Hatfield, George Foley, Andre Wells and Joseph Scruggs.
Jay County defeated Delta 47-35. Micaya Richardson put up 13 points for the Eagles, while Avery Lewman and Haille Workman tallied four rebounds each.
Jay County defeated Woodlan 54-24 Friday, taking the team to 6-0. Abby Wendel led the Patriots with 16 points, followed by Ava Kunkler with eight and Hanna Ault with seven.
Yorktown bumped its record up to 9-0 with eight victories at the two-day Mount Vernon Invitational in Fortville. Six Tigers went 8-0 during the event: Brayden Curtis, Joshua Stephenson, Christian Hunt, Colt Rutter, Cael McCormick and Brad Laughlin.
Delta kicked off its season going 5-0 and winning the Triton Central Invitational. The Eagles’ Brock House, Noah Richardson, Sage Coy, Andrew Abbott, Jacob Gray, Scottie Evans and Ryan George all went undefeated for the day.
Wapahani went 1-3 at Shenandoah’s Raider Duals. Wapahani’s Jaide Lowe was undefeated for the day, going 4-0, while Jordan Meadows and Lance Finchum went 3-1.