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November 10, 2013

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7th Grade Boys Basketball

•The Northridge Raiders were 32-23 winners over the Concord Minutemen. Hank Smith tossed in nine points, Jackson Erekson seven, Drew Seegert six, Aiden Berger and Reece Lueking both four to lead the Raiders. Michael Johnson had four points and Jakale Conerly three for Concord.

•Kaden Gongwer totaled 24 points, six steals and four assists and Dawson Davis 15 points and five steals for the NorthWood Panthers in a 58-37 win over the Goshen Redskins. Nick Bean chipped in with seven points and Matt Dutkowski six for the winners.

•Joseph Good tossed in 12 points and Ben Singer nine as Goshen was a 35-9 winner over Penn Grissom.

•Jackson Erekson scored 16 points as the Northridge Raiders were 40-29 winners over Mishawaka John Young. Drew Seegert chipped in with eight points, Aiden Berger six and Nate Bowman five for the winners. Sam Shively netted 17 points and Grant Jablonski four to lead John Young.

•The NorthWood Panthers were 35-32 winners over Penn Schmucker. Kaden Gongwer scored 17 points, Nick Bean and Dawson Davis four apiece for the Panthers. Bronson Yoder topped the team with six rebounds.

•Mateo Avalos had seven points and 10 rebounds as Goshen edged Mishawaka John Young 25-20 in a JV contest.

•Concord was a 22-11 winner over Northridge in JV action. Chris Pollock scored five points for Concord and Ben Becker five to lead Northridge.

8th Grade Boys Basketball

•Nick Yoder tossed in 18 points and Nick Hooley had eight points and eight rebounds for the Northridge Raiders in a 31-27 win over Concord.

•The NorthWood Panthers were 61-15 winners over the Goshen Redskins. Caleb Lung netted 14 points, Trevor Klotz 13, Caleb Glick and Jared Hoffman both eight for the Panthers.

•The Goshen Redskins posted a 51-34 over Penn Grissom. Tyrese Miller had 14 points and three steals, Clayton Litwiller nine points and four rebounds, Brockton Yoder seven points, five rebounds and four assists and Phillip Wertz seven points for the winners.

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