Trey Vincent tallied 18 points and Tyler Thomas added 16 to lead the Northside seventh-grade boys basketball team past Greensburg 56-45.
Drew Hasson was in double figures with 10, and Caleb Pettit scored six points for Northside.
Northside also downed Center Grove 51-44, with Vincent scoring 29 points, including eight 3-pointers, and pulling down 11 rebounds. Caden Nentrup scored six points, Pettit had five, and Bailey Hester and Thomas each had four.
Major has big scoring day for Central boys squad
Josh Major poured in 26 points to lead the Central seventh-grade boys basketball team to a 41-31 win over Summan Dearborn.
Riley Smith, Eric Hollencamp and Ethan Summa each had four points for Central.
In Central seventh-grade girls action, Central lost to Franklin 49-25 despite nine points from Kenzie Patberg. Central beat Jackson Creek 38-2 as Patberg had 12. The B team beat Jackson Creek 38-5 as Emma Perry scored 14 points.
Hauser romps to win against Indian Creek
The Hauser seventh-grade boys team rolled past Indian Creek 54-34 as Alex Gross had 19 points and Justin Compton added 16.
Brad Paetzel scored seven, Mason Sherman added four, and Andrew Titus scored three points for Hauser.
They also beat Jac-Cen-Del 40-14 for their 10th win without a loss. Compton had eight points, and Kadin Pattingill added seven points.
In other Hauser action, the fifth-grade boys Red team nipped Edinburgh 18-17. Parker Eickbush and Caleb Hoover each had six points for Hauser.
In eighth-grade girls basketball, Hauser lost to Southwestern 43-28. T. Sims led Hauser with 10 points, while H. Lange and S. Tedder each had five.
In seventh-grade girls basketball, Hauser beat Southwestern 36-26, with S. Schoen scoring 13 and T. Sims adding 12.
Jennings County White team coasts past Waldron
The Jennings County eighth-grade boys White team beat Waldron 44-15, as Sam Crick scored 13 points, and Tyler Vogel added 10.
Cameron Hadley added seven points for Jennings County, while Matt Kirchner and Jake Hahn each had four.
The team also romped past Madison 62-32. Vogel led the way with 21 points, Hadley added 15, and Tanner McFall scored 10.
In other Jennings County action, the eighth-grade boys Blue team lost to Crothersville 24-23. Bret Sawyer scored eight points and Luke Bowling had six points for Jennings County.
The Jennings County boys seventh-grade White team beat Waldron 36-22, with Matt Martin leading the way with 10 points.
Frank Bailey and Kris Garlitch each scored six points, Noah Hill added five points, and Travis Wilson and Austin Roscoe each tallied four points.
They also lost a 45-37 decision to Madison. Garlitch scored 12 points, Wilson had seven points, and Martin scored six.
The seventh-grade boys Blue team lost to Immanuel Lutheran 50-41 despite 19 points by Frank Bailey. Nick Perry had seven points, and Peyton Olds added six.
The seventh-grade girls White team beat Immanuel Lutheran 30-20 to raise their record to 10-1.
Macy Roth led the way with 11 points. Brooklyn Gaines scored six, and Emma Shockley and Phoebe Campbell each added four.
Jennings County also beat St. Peter’s 49-22 to raise its record to 11-1. Gaines poured in 30 points, and Roth had eight.
JUNIOR VARSITY REPORT
Jennings County girls split with Martinsville, Guerin
The Jennings County junior varsity girls dropped a 30-18 decision to Martinsville and beat Guerin Catholic 29-13. Shelbi Wright had 12 points for Jennings County in the victory and nine in the loss. Skyler Blanton had a combined 10 points for the two games, while Marisa Biehle had a combined six points.
Parkside, CSA schools win
In Elementary Basketball League girls play, Richards beat Clifty Creek 27-6, Southside downed Rockcreek 23-21, Parkside triumphed over Mount Healthy 27-2, CSA Lincoln got past Schmitt 21-10 and CSA Fodrea beat Taylorsville 34-26.
In boys action, Richards beat Clifty Creek 30-12, Southside defeated Rockcreek 33-8, Parkside downed Mount Healthy 34-18, Schmitt got past CSA Lincoln 39-20 and Taylorsville beat CSA Fodrea 29-19.
Pins help Northside
edge Center Grove
After Northside and Center Grove ended in a 60-all tie, Northside won the match by pin criteria.
Varsity winners for Northside were Graham Rooks, Corbin Pollitt, Andy Davidson, Dawson Combest, Dakota Kerns, Wyatt Smith, Eli Chapman, Cortez Bandy, Garrett Daily, Cody Rothrock and Gabe Hutton. Reserve winners were Jalen Asher and Ryan Baker.