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December 9, 2013

Prep Roundup

(Continued)

Total fouls (fouled out): Wawasee 18 (sClark, West Noble 16.

Records: West Noble (3-0) at Bremen Thursday. Wawasee (0-4) hosts Mishawaka Tuesday.

JV: Wawasee won 50-34. (Wawasee: E.J. Salina 14).

Girls Basketball

Miller, Zook lead Raiders

Morgan Miller netted 20 points and Mikaela Zook 19 as the Northridge Raiders were 53-46 winners over Fort Wayne Snider Saturday at Northridge.

Northridge 53, FW Snider 46

FW SNIDER — K. Pickens 1, M. Thomas 7, A. Hurst 0, N. Jackson 1, D. Wimbly 16, K. Eley 8, D. Hinton 0, K. Smith 13. Totals: 18 8-15 46.

NORTHRIDGE — Kelly Miller 4, Brianne O’Dell 1, Morgan Miller 20, Baleigh Carithers 2, Ellie Lengacher 3, Mikaela Zook 19, Taylor Miller 0, Molly Bontrager 4. Totals: 20 13-24 53.

Snider 13 10 14 9 — 46

Northridge 15 16 7 15 — 52

3-point goals: Snider 2 (Eley, Smith).

Total fouls (fouled out): Northridge 20, Snider 22 (Wimbly).

Rebounds: Northridge 23 (O’Dell 6).

Records: Northridge (6-0) at Penn Thursday.

JV: Northridge won 45-18. (Northridge: Baleigh Carithers 10.

Bruins suffer road setback

The Bethany Christian Bruins dropped a 50-41 decision Saturday at Lakewood Park Christian.

Lakewood Park 50, Bethany Christian 41

LAKEWOOD PARK — Mariah Chaney 2, Hannah Priskorn 4, Jamie Budreau 6, Chloe Franks 0, Emma Dusseau 0, Sara Johnson 7, Khrystyna Thompson 13, Jessica Mafera 3, Allison Sowie 15. Totals: 18 10-21 50.

BETHANY — Tori Craw 6, Maria Bontrager 3, Tessa Clark 7, Hanna Hochstetler 17, Danielle Welty 0, Jordan Helmuth 5, Lynea Kaethler 0, Catie Kauffman 1, Marissa Marquez 2. Totals: 15 11-17 41.

Lakewood Park 6 16 9 19 — 50

Bethany 10 10 7 14 — 41

3-point goals: Lakewood Park 4 ( Thompson 2, Mafera, Johnson).

Total fouls (fourled out): Lakewood Park 19 (Mafera), Bethany 17 (Bontrager).

Rebounds: Lakewood Park 21 (Dusseau 6). Bethany 22 (Hochstetler 8).

Turnovers: Lakewood Park 12, Bethany Christian 20.

Next: Central Noble at Bethany Tuesday.

JV: Bethany Christian won 28-22. (Bethany Christian: Darlene Maust 9).

Kieper leads Falcons to victory

Jenna Kieper poured in 26 points as the Fairfield Falcons defeated Prairie Heights 59-32 Saturday at Fairfield.

Fairfield 59, Prairie Heights 32

PRAIRIE HEIGHTS — Alicia Beechy 0, Shawna Carbone 14, Havanna Kleeberg 4, McKenzie Kain 0, Terris Elkins 0, Tara Penick 0, Jordon LeMay 0, Haley Kleeberg 4, Saige Dunafin 4, Rene Lewis 6. Totals: 11 7-16 32.

FAIRFIELD — Brooke Mast 5, Janelle Miller 0, Katie Yates 2, Haley Brown 11, Shelby Graber 0, Andrea Hagar 2, Jenna Kieper 26, Jalisa Schwartz 2, Katie Kieper 6, Alyssa Zook 3, Madison Riley 0, Alexis Thaxton 2. Totals: 23 8-17 59.

Prairie Heights 0 13 6 13 — 32

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