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Lady Norse down Manchester, 65-37

After a close start with Northfield and Manchester tied 8-8 midway through the first quarter, the Lady Norse outscored the Lady Squires 25-5 over the rest of the first half and cruised to a 65-37 win.

Northfield led 15-8 at the end of the first quarter and outscored Manchester 18-5 in the second quarter for a 33-13 halftime lead.

Manchester found some offense in the third quarter, outscoring Northfield 14-17, but the Lady Norse slammed the door with an 18-7 fourth quarter.

Kearston Stout led the way for the Norse with 16 points, nine rebounds, and two steals, Emma Hoover had 14 points, four rebounds, two assists, and four steals, Addi Baker had 12 points, five rebounds, two assists, and five steals, and Kenzie Baer had 10 points, nine rebounds, and one assist.

Addy Rosen had eight points, one rebound, two assists, and four steals.

Manchester was led by Eva Bazzoni with nine points, three assists, and three steals, followed by Morgan Parrett with seven points and four rebounds.

Northfield won the JV game 38-26.

Eden Hoover led the Lady Norse with 12 points, followed by Hannah Holmes with 11 points.

Olivia Neal led Manchester with 12 points, followed by Aliala Atienza with seven points.

Wabash 44, Manchester 34

The Manchester girls basketball team led Wabash 29-28 early in the fourth quarter of the TRC contest between county rivals, but a 12-1 Lady Apache run led to a 44-33 win over the Lady Squires Thursday, Jan. 21.

Manchester took a 9-4 lead thanks to a fast-break layup from Emma Garriott and a three-pointer from Eva Bazzoni with 2:26 left in the quarter.

Wabash closed out the quarter with a 7-0 run with a three-pointer from Libby Mattern and baskets from Madison Lutz and Isabelle Davis.

The teams went into halftime tied at 14-14 and a three-pointer from Bazzoni just before the third-quarter buzzer cut a 28-24 Wabash lead to 28-27. Bazzoni opened the fourth quarter with a layup from a steal and assist from Beletu Stout for a 29-28 Manchester advantage, but that would be the final lead for the Lady Squires.

Mariah Wyatt scored four straight points, followed by two from Rylee Yoakum, two from Mattern, and two from Nici Gunderman for a 39-30 lead.

Wabash hit 4-7 free throws down the stretch to seal the win.

Wyatt led Wabash with 11 points, nine rebounds, and four steals, while Mattern had 11 points, four rebounds, and two steals.

Bazzoni led Manchester with 14 points, six rebounds, and two assists.

Manchester won the JV game 32-26 in overtime.

Leading the Squires was Aliala Atienza with nine points, followed by Kaidyn Howard with seven.

Kiera Wilson led Wabash with nine points.

Manchester 39, Rochester 37

Eva Bazzoni hit the game winner with an inside floater with 6.3 seconds remaining in a home TRC contest against Rochester Saturday, Jan. 23, leading the Squires to a 39-37 win.

Rochester led 32-27 early in the fourth quarter but a basket from Bazzoni, two free throws form Makenzy Meyer, and one free throw from Emma Garriott, tied the game at 32-32 with 5:22 left.

With the scored tied at 34-34 with 2:45 left in the game, the Rochester bench was assessed a technical foul.

Bazzoni hit 1-2 free throws to give the Squires a 35-34 lead but Rochester responded with a three-pointer to take a 37-35 lead.

Bazzoni scored on a baseline drive with 46 seconds left, and after a defensive stand, Bazzoni hit her game winner.

Bazzoni led Manchester with 14 points, seven rebounds, three assists, and two steals, and Garriott had 11 points, four rebounds, three steals, and two assists.

Morgan Parrett had five rebounds and Keilan Creager grabbed two rebounds.

The JV team came from behind to beat Rochester 27-26.

Gracie Lauer led Manchester with eight points, followed by Olivia Neal with six.

Northfield 60, Madison-Grant 23

The game was never close as the Northfield girls basketball team struck early and often in a 60-23 win over Madison-Grant Thursday night, Jan. 21.

Northfield led the Aygylls 16-5 after one quarter and 31-11 at halftime. Madison Grant didn’t score more than six points in any quarter.

Stout led Northfield with 17 points, three rebounds, and three assists, while Hoover had 12 points, two rebounds, three assists, and three steals.

The JV team crushed Madison-Grant 65-18. Northfield led 18-6 after one quarter and 28-6 at halftime.

Holmes led Northfield with 20 points, followed by Eden Hoover with 12.

Northfield 95, Whitko 22

The Northfield had no trouble with Whitko in a 95-22 win Saturday, Jan. 23.

Baker led the Lady Norse with 24 points, 11 rebounds, seven assists, and four steals, followed by Rosen with 15 points, three rebounds, and three steals, Kennedy with 14 points, three rebounds, five assists, and three steals, and Hoover with 11 points and four rebounds.

Maconaquah 63, Southwood 41

The Maconaquah girls basketball team outscored Southwood 7-0 in the first quarter of their TRC contest Tuesday, Jan. 19, and pulled away for a 33-18 win.

Ella Haupert led the Lady Knights with 21 points, five assists, and five blocks. 

The JV team lost to Maconaquah 33-18.

Macy Barney led the Lady Knights with seven points.

Southwood 55, Whitko 30

The Lady Knights had no trouble with Whitko in a 55-30 win Friday night, Jan. 22.

Southwood raced out to a 16-4 first quarter lead and extended it to 31-8 at halftime.

Haupert led the Lady Knights with 27 points, seven assists, three steals, and three assists. 

Tippecanoe Valley 58, Southwood 43

Tippecanoe Valley took a 21-14 lead after one quarter and extended the lead to 34-32 at halftime and held on for a 58-43 win over Southwood Saturday night, Jan. 23.

Haupert led the Lady Knights with 12 points, followed by Wyatt and Aliea Sweet with nine points and three assists each, Ball with eight points, seven rebounds, and four assists, Norman with three points and three assists, and Winer with two points, four rebounds, and two assists.

The JV team lost to Tippecanoe Valley 51-23.

Combs had 10 points.

Wabash 38, Lewis Cass 35

After two weeks off, the Wabash girls basketball team came from behind to defeat Lewis Cass 38-35 Wednesday night, Jan. 20.

The game was tight throughout with the teams tied 11-11 after one quarter and Cass leading 17-16 at halftime.

The Lady Kings led 25-21 going into the fourth quarter but the Lady Apaches outscored Cass 17-10 to pull out the three-point win.

Alivia Short led Wabash with 13 points, six rebounds, two assists, and two steals, followed by Mariah Wyatt with eight points, six rebounds, and one steal.

Wabash 57, North Miami 44

Wabash jumped ahead of North Miami 19-10 in the teams’ TRC game Saturday, Jan. 23, and held off the Lady Warriors in a 57-44 win.

The Lady Apaches led 27-18 at halftime and extended the lead to 45-32 after three for some breathing room.

Wyatt had 16 points, 11 rebounds, and three steals to lead Wabash, while Short had 11 points, four rebounds, five steals, and two steals.

 

 

 

Posted on 2021 Jan 26