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Tuesday prep hoops roundup: Jalan Mull lifts Blackhawk Christian over South Side in overtime

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Six Braves scored in double figures in the win

Tuesday, January 03, 2017 10:43 PM
Jalan Mull scored with six seconds left in overtime to give the Braves the 81-79 win over South Side. All six Braves who scored were in double figures, led by 20 points from Lucas Kroft. Cole Barkhaus scored 16 points, Frank Davidson had 13, Luke Sassmannshausen had 12 and Devin Donaldson and Mull each scored 10. South Side was led by 22 points from Cortney Shorter. Mikale Stevenson scored 19 points and had nine assists, Brandan Eldridge scored 11 and Torrese Bobo scored 10 for the Archers.

New Haven 63, Snider 51: The Bulldogs hit free throws down the stretch and withstood a strong game from Snider's Malik Williams, forcing the senior into several late turnovers. Joey Rowan led the Bulldogs with 19 points and James Gardner had nine points, 12 rebounds and eight assists in the win. Williams ended with 19 points, 20 rebounds and six blocks.

Central Noble 63, Bluffton 39: The Cougars outscored Bluffton 45-26 in the second half. Mitchell Kuhlenbeck had 14 points and Max Corle scored 11 for the Tigers.

Marion 69, Bishop Luers 53: Former Luers coach James Blackmon got the win in his first game back at the school since leaving for Marion. The Knights were led by Anton Berry's 20 points and 11 rebounds. JJ Foster had 20 points, seven assists and four steals and Tre Underwood had 14 points in the loss.

DeKalb 57, Wawasee 46: Former Baron coach Jon Everingham returned to Waterloo and fell to DeKalb, who pulled away in the second half. Logan Kruse scored 26 points, including going 10-of-15 from the free throw line to lead the Barons. Boone Bacon scored 11 points for DeKalb.

GIRLS

Concordia Lutheran 54, Jay County 34: The Cadets had four players in double figures led by 14 each from Carissa Garcia and Hannah Nack. Shania Kelly added 12 and Sylare Starks had 10 in the win. The Cadets held Jay County to just eight first half points. Britlyn Dues had 11 points to led the Patriots and Taylor Homan added 10 in the loss.

Northfield 50, Bluffton 45: The Tigers pulled ahead after three quarters, but couldn't hold on for the win. Gabrielle Streveler led the way with 14 for the Tigers, Megan Prater scored 10 and Autumn Moriarity had eight.

Carroll 70, Norwell 65: The Chargers held on despite a Knights run in the fourth quarter. Kelli Damman led Carroll with 19 and Laney Steckler added 11 for Carroll. Logan Rowles led all scorers with 24 for Norwell, followed by 15 from Kaylee Roller and 14 points from Brielle Wilson.

Bishop Dwenger 67, Heritage 32: Four Saints scored in double figures, led by 15 from Olivia Sterba and 14 from Ellen Ross. Caitlyn Ryan added 12 points from Dwenger and Jayda Smith had 11 points. Ross also had nine rebounds. Neveah Feasby led Heritage with 12 points.

Bellmont 50, South Adams 41: Grace Hunter scored 19 to lead Bellmont in the win of Adams County teams. Alyssa Selking added 11 points in the win. Lexi Dellinger led all players with 22 points for the Starfires in the loss.

Homestead 79, Lawrence North 60: Karissa McLaughlin scored 34 points as the Spartans topped the Wildcats in Indianapolis. Madisen Parker added 24 points and Jazmyne Geist had 11 to help keep Homestead unbeaten.

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