The Northside boys seventh-grade basketball squad took on Seymour in the semifinal round of the Tri-County tournament, coming out with a 46-22 victory.
Tyler Thomas led the Spartans with 11 points, followed by Drew Hasson with 10, Trey Vincent with nine, Caleb Pettit and Jannis Anderson each with five, Bailey Hester and Warren Kiel each with three, while Drew Wilson tacked on two.
Northside then took on Central in the final match-up, jumping out to an early lead and cruising to a 54-28 victory.
Hasson led Northside with 16, followed by Thomas with 15, Vincent with 14, Hester with four, Wesley Barkes and Ross Gill each with two, while Pettit added one.
The seventh-grade A team finished its season 15-3.
Jennings County seventh- graders top Central
The Jennings County seventh-grade girls defeated Central 44-40. Brooklyn Gaines led Jennings County with 23 points, followed by Macy Roth with eight, Alexus Brown with five, while Alexis Harsh and Emma Shockley each added four.
Hauser girls basketball team beats St. Peter’s
The Hauser seventh-grade girls basketball team downed St. Peter’s 31-12. Tessa Sims, Alana Owen and Lauryn Starnes all scored seven points for Hauser while Sarah Tedder had six. The Hauser eighth-grade girls dropped a 39-30 decision to St. Peter’s. Tessa Sims had 14 for Hauser while Haley Lange scored nine.
In other Hauser girls basketball action, the eighth-grade team lost to Indian Creek 40-28 despite 11 points from Kortney Wallace and six each from Tessa Sims and Alexis Daniels. The seventh-grade team lost 38-12 to Indian Creek. Sarah Tedder and Tessa Sims each scored five points.
Northside falls to Jennings County Middle School boys
Jennings County Middle School rolled over Northside, posting a 90-29 victory on Tuesday.
Winners by pin for Jennings County included Dalton Craig, Nick South, Zane Beineke, Brooks Wathen, Kaleb South, Cody Graham, Connor Johnson and Ramon Becker.
Varsity winners for Northside included Graham Rooks, Corbin Pollitt, Dawson Combest, Will Robbins, Austin Wilson and Cortez Bandy.
The Panthers are Tri-County champions.
The Panthers also beat Scribner 82-29 and Southwestern 88-18 in a tri-meet.
Varsity wrestlers going 2-0 were Dalton Craig, Nick South, Zane Beineke, Seth Box, Hunter Ray, Chase Roll, Brooks Wathen, Jagur Marshall, William Anderson, Cody Graham, Connor Johnson, Sam Woolf, Ramon Becker, Brady Shepherd and Brendan Sutton.