7th Grade Boys Basketball
• Goshen was a 28-25 winner over Bethany Christian. Carter Miller scored 11 points and Biz Bomberger five for Bethany.
• Cordell Hofer scored 16 points as Fairfield recorded a 42-23 win over Central Noble. Payton Faldoe and Skylar Mast chipped in with 11 points apiece. Hofer had eight rebounds, Mast four, Faldoe four steals and Donovan Edwards two assists.
• Bethany Christian dropped a 50-26 decision to Churubusco. Biz Bomberger scored five points to lead Bethany. Brayton Bonar had 22 points for Churubusco.
• Westview posted a 76-20 win over Lakewood Park. Cody Collyer scored 12 points, Hunter Sharick, Josh Hostetler and Ben Miller each 11 for the winners.
• Fairfield defeated Fremont 56-10 and Eastside 43-17 in a Land of Lakes Conference Shootout. Fairfield leaders in the Fremont contest were Cordell Hofer 24 points, seven rebounds, two assists and five steals; Skylar Mast seven points and three rebounds, Bentley Miller four points, Donovan Edwards four points, Braden Garrison four rebounds, and Payton Faldoe four assists and nine steals. Falcon leaders in the Eastside game were Hofer 18 points, six rebounds, three assists and four blocks; Faldoe eight points, four assists and nine steals; Mast five points, Tanner Nunemaker four points and three rebounds.
• Westview defeated East Noble 63-13 in the championship game of a four-way tourney. Cody Collyer and Ben Miller netted 12 points apiece and Josh Hostetler 10 for the Warriors. Westview advanced to the finale by defeating Angola 49-15. Collyer had 20 points and 10 rebounds and Elijah Hales seven points and three assists.
8th Grade Boys Basketball
• The NorthWood Panthers topped Elkhart Pierre Moran 36-35 as Caleb Lung tossed in 18 points and Brad Delio eight for the winners.
• Luke Stephens scored 12 points and dished out three assists for the Fairfield Falcons in a 41-25 win over Central Noble. Also for the winners, Shandon Miller had seven points, three rebounds and two steals; Jordan Geyer six points, six rebounds and two steals and Tim Hostetler seven points and two rebounds.