Northrop Boys Rebound, Homestead Girls Win Big, Lose Key Player Again, Saturday HS Scores

By Dean Pantazi

December 16, 2012 Updated Dec 16, 2012 at 1:29 AM EDT

FORT WAYNE (www.incnow.tv) - The news was good for the Northrop basketball boys, but mixed for the Homestead girls Saturday night.

Bryson Scott netted 22 points and Brenton Scott 16 as Northrop rebounded from its first loss of the season Friday night to pound Canterbury 87-57, helped by the fact that the rest of the Bruins totaled 49, points, not just 16 like the previous night..

Trent Van Horn led Canterbury with 21 points.

The Homestead girls got 20 points from Sydney Buck and 18 each from Lindley Kistler and Grace German in trouncing Carroll 83-36.

But they may have last senior guard and team leader Emily Bley for the rest of the season after she reinjured the left knee that had been operated on early this year.

For highlights of these games click on the video icon on the screen above.

Other boys scores:
Concordia 63 Lakewood Park 46
Fremont 84 Reading 38
Indianapolis Northwest 78 South Side 53
Snider 63 Bluffton 54
Wayne 77 Huntington North 71
Guerin 54 Manchester 42

Other girls scores:
South Side 67 Indianapolis Tech 35
Huntington North 63 Richmond 36
Wabash 43 Northfield 33
Fairfield 45 Hamilton 39
Prairie Heights 65 Churubusco 30
East Noble 48 Columbia City 43
Norwell 61 DeKalb 33
Woodlan 78 Heritage 71
West Noble 65 Central Noble 32
Adams Central 57 Bluffton 31
Garrett 46 South Adams 30
Leo 58 Southern Wells 35
Mishawaka 62 Wayne 51
Warsaw 43 Wawasee 33




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