Archive - Feb 27, 2013 - Sports Article
HUNTERTOWN â Carroll High School is playing host to what many northeast Indiana basketball advocates are calling one of the toughest sectionals in northeast Indiana.
Sectional play began last night, as Northrop knocked the host Chargers out of the state tournament by a 58-46 score.
Columbia City plays its opening round tonight, taking on a struggling, 2-20, East Noble squad.
Though the Eagles may have a nearly effortless win tonight, considering their 76-35 domination of the Knights in regular-season play, Columbia City has had two strong wins coming into sectional action.
OSSIAN â It was a tale of two halves at Norwellâs opening-round sectional game between Whitko and Bellmont Tuesday night.
The Wildcats opened up the first half scoring a slim four points, but tore the game open in the final two quarters, multiplying their score by more than 10 and topping the Braves, 41-35.
âWe came out and played with a sense of urgency,â Whitko head coach Scott Wessel said. âAt halftime, I just told them to go out and play hard.â
BERNE â Churubuscoâs boys basketball team took the 100-mile round-trip drive to South Adams High School Tuesday for the opening round of the Starfire-hosted sectional.
The Eagles faced a competitive Adams Central team, falling 54-33.
The Flying Jets jumped out to a 13-2 lead in the first quarter, with Churubuscoâs lone bucket coming from Corey Sarrazin.
The second quarter was a different story for the Eagles, as âBusco outscored Adams Central 14-12, led by Brent Simmons with eight points.