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  1. Riley (3-0): Shamar Dillard netted 22 points for the No. 4 (Class 4A) Wildcats in their 76-45 trouncing of Northidge.
  2. NorthWood (3-0): Caleb Lung chipped in 14 points in the No. 4 (Class 3A) Panthers’ 57-35 victory at Triton.
  3. Washington (2-0): Tony Stuckey contributed 12 points for the Panthers in their 64-52 win over LaPorte.
  4. Marian (1-0): Michael Hemmingway poured in 18 points as the Knights posted a 54-42 win at Fort Wayne Bishop Luers.
  5. Adams (2-1): Rico Swanson Jr. tallied 22 points as the Eagles made it two wins in a row with 71-67 triumph over Fort Wayne Northrop.
  6. Plymouth (3-1): Clay Hilliard recorded 14 points in the Pilgrims’ 59-27 win over Triton.
  7. Elkhart Central (2-1): Richard Wayker’s 12 points helped the Blazers retain the Longfellow Trophy with a 44-37 win over rival Elkhart Memorial.


Elkhart Memorial (2-1): Trey Gallope finished with 15 points in the Chargers’ 39-37 win at Elkhart Christian.

Glenn (2-1): Mike Machnic finished with nine points in the Falcons’ 48-23 win over No. 9 (Class 1A) Oregon-Davis.

Jimtown (1-0): Austin Pearison scored 15 of his 24 points in the second half in the Jimmies’ 49-40 win over Clinton Christian.

Saint Joseph (2-1): Brady Powers racked up 20 points in the Indians’ 69-44 win over Concord.

Warsaw (2-2): Tyler Metzinger managed only nine points in the Tigers’ 44-26 loss to Huntington North.


Clay (0-2): Jackson Jones netted only seven points in the Colonials’ 64-39 loss to LaPorte.

Concord (1-2): Michael Johnson’s 24 points were not enough against Saint Joseph as the Minutemen dropped their second consecutive contest.

Goshen (1-3): Joseph Good was limited to three points as the RedHawks suffered their third straight contest with a 66-39 setback to Carroll (Fort Wayne).

New Prairie (1-2): Bryce Bloode came up with 18 points, but the Cougars still came up on the short end of a 57-49 decision to LaPorte.

Northridge (1-2): Connor Utley recorded 13 points against Riley, but the Raiders still suffered their second straight defeat.


Adams (2-1) at Elkhart Central (2-1) (Tuesday): The Eagles are looking to halt a two-game losing skid to Central.

Riley (3-0) at Saint Joseph (2-1) (Tuesday): The Wildcats have dropped three of the last four meetings with Saint Joe.

Washington (2-0) at Jimtown (1-0) (Tuesday): The Jimmies are looking to start 2-0 for the first time since the 2014-15 campaign.

Winamac (2-0) at Plymouth (3-1) (Tuesday): The Warriors have not opened 3-0 since the 2000-01 season.

NorthWood (3-0) at Westview (3-0) (Thursday): The Panthers are going after their sixth straight win over No. 8 (Class 2A) Westview.

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