Prairie Heights put together a 23-8 run in the fourth quarter to pull out a 69-60 varsity boys basketball triumph over visiting Garrett Saturday night.
East Noble used a pair of 13-5 spurts in the middle two quarters to pull away from visiting Lakeland, 41-30 in varsity boys basketball action Saturday night.
Angola, ranked No. 1 in Class 3A, rolled past host Lakeland, 70-40 in NECC girls basketball Saturday.
Lakeland rallied from a 15-point deficit to defeat visiting Central Noble, 45-44 in overtime last Tuesday in NECC girls basketball play.
A hungry Westview girls basketball team earned its first victory last Friday night with a 59-56 overtime decision over visiting Prairie Heights.
Prairie Heights ran its NECC girls basketball record to 2-0 last Friday night in Brushy Prairie with a 59-37 triumph over arch-rival Lakeland.
For a half, it looked as though Lakeland would net its first girls basketball win of the season Tuesday night against the visiting Lady Warriors of Wawasee.
Prairie Heights began its 2012-13 varsity girls basketball season this past weekend by defeating NECC rival Hamilton and non-conference foe Elkhart Christian.
Kilee Knafel poured in 42 points in leading Wawasee to a season-opening, 64-41 varsity girls basketball triumph at Westview last Friday.
Goshenspoiled the debut of Lakeland girls basketball head coach Sheila Moore Tuesday night in LaGrange by whipping the mistake-prone Lady Lakers, 76-19.
LaGrange County netted seven of 15 spots on the 2012 All-NECC boys soccer team during a recent vote by the league’s coaches.
Westview and Lakeland each placed four players on the 2012 All-NECC girls soccer team in a vote by the league’s coaches earlier this week.
Seven members of the Lakeland football squad were named to the 2012 All-NECC first team in a vote of the league’s coaches last Wednesday.
Host Adams Central brought to an end a fantastic Westview volleyball season Tuesday night in Class 2A regional play.
Nicholas Lagemann of Prairie Heights ran to a runner-up finish in Saturday’s IHSAA boys cross country semi-state meet held on the campus of IPFW in Fort Wayne.
Turnovers, untimely penalties and a steady rain all added up to a dreary night for the Lakeland Lakers in their Class 3A sectional opener at Heritage last Friday.
A 24-point explosion in the second quarter was enough to propel Eastside past host Prairie Heights, 38-13 in NECC football action last Friday night at Hubert Cline Field.
While running roughshod over their first eight opponents, the Lakeland Lakers took pride in being the most physical football team on the field.