FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21 Alive) - Concordia took its first Summit Athletic Conference girls title in four years Friday night, while the Snider and Wayne boys and Luers and Snider girls picked up SAC wins.
Courtney Smith clicked for 23 points and 13 rebounds in leading Concordia to the SAC title clinching 58-33 win at Wayne.
Rachel Kammeyer added 13 points for the Cadets, while Carmen James paced the Generals with 14.
Trey'von Covington had 27 points as Snider outscored Dwenger 29-12 in the fourth quarter of a 70-55 win at Snider.
Devlyn Williams chipped in 15 for the Panthers, and Devan Lowe had all ten of his points in the big fourth quarter run.
Kyle Hartman's twelve points topped Dwenger.
Justin Mitchell tossed in 18 points to help Wayne to its 55-53 win over Concordia, who got 17 from Andrew Brown.
Addie Reimbold had most of her 18 points in the first half of a 65-31 Bishop Luers girls win over North Side.
Sierra Miranda matched Reimbold with 18 for the Redskins.
Kiersten Eley poured in 24 points and Deja Wimby 22 to top Snider's 79-56 girls win over Dwenger.
Greta Winklejohn stood out with 25 points and 17 rebounds for the Saints.
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