Lady Squires clince 3rd place in TRC

The Manchester girls basketball team clinched at least third place in the Three Rivers Conference standings with an outside chance of sharing the title going into the final week of the regular season.

Manchester 55, Rochester 47

In a TRC game that saw Manchester trail Rochester for most of the first 3 1/2 quarters, the final four minutes belonged to the Lady Squires as they pulled out a 55-47 victory Saturday, Jan. 20.

Brookelynn Buzzard led Manchester with 23 points, including six 3-pointers, along with five rebounds, and four assists, followed by Walker with 17 points, 12 rebounds, two assists, and two steals.

Northfield 60, Madison-Grant 36

The Northfield girls basketball had no trouble in a 60-36 win at Madison-Grant Thursday, Jan. 18.

After taking a 14-8 lead after one quarter, Northfield outscored the Lady Argylls, 12-2, in the second quarter, and 20-11 in the third to take control.

Hannah Holmes led the Lady Norse with 18 points, seven rebounds, and three steals, followed by Elli Baker with 12 points and five rebounds, Camryn Kuhn with 10 points, four rebounds.

Whitko 47, Northfield 45

The Lady Norse traveled to South Whitley to take on 15-3 Whitko who still has hopes for a share of the TRC title, but the host Wildcats squeaked out a 47-45 win over Northfield Saturday, Jan. 20.

Holmes led Northfield with 20 points and 17 rebounds, followed by Hoover with 10 points.

Lewis Cass 44, Wabash 29

The TRC leading Lewis Cass Lady Kings clamped on the defense to shut down host Wabash Wednesday, Jan. 17, to cruise to a 44-29 win over the Lady Apaches.

Kierra Wilson led Wabash with 13 points, six rebounds, and four steals.

Wabash 56,

North Miami 47

The Lady Apaches rebounded Saturday, Jan. 20, in a tight battled against North Miami, getting the best of the Lady Warriors, 56-47.

The helped Wabash clinch a tie for fifth-place in the TRC standings with at least North Miami possibly Northfield and Maconaquah, at 4-5.

Wilson once again led Wabash, this time with 17 points, seven rebounds, and two assists, followed by Kaitlynn Honeycutt with 15 points.


Lewis Cass 42, Southwood 29

After a close first quarter between Southwood and Lewis Cass, the Lady Knights managed just 18 points over the final three quarters in a 42-29 loss Saturday, Jan. 20.

Gracie Lambert led the Southwood with eight points, four rebounds, and two assists, followed by Hali Pershing with six points and one rebound, Lola Winer with five points, four rebounds, and four assists, Emmerson Chellis with four points and 10 rebounds, and Lili Combs with four points, five rebounds.

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