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The Lakeland gymnastics season came to an end Saturday with a fifth-place finish at the IHSAA sectional held in Syracuse.

 

“The ball just didn’t bounce our way tonight.”

 

North Judson, here we come!

Again!

 

Survive and advance.

 

In the end, Prairie Heights just ran out of time.

 

 

It was a happy Senior Night at Lakeland last Friday, as upperclassmen Tim Abbott and Jalen King led the Lakers to a 48-25 triumph over the visiting Angola Hornets.

 

Arnas Zabarauskas poured in 25 points and Conner Geiser tossed in 22 to lead The Howe School varsity boys basketball team past Howardsville Christian, 71-55 last Thursday.

 

 

Lynne Glick and Chloe Sturdivant each won two blue ribbons for Lakeland in a 93.75-78.20 Lady Laker team victory over West Noble this past Monday.

 

Fremont clinched its first NECC boys basketball regular-season championship in two decades Tuesday night with a 54-37 drubbing of the visiting Westview Warriors.

 

DeKalb raced past Lakeland, 68-45 in a non-conference varsity boys basketball battle Tuesday night in Waterloo.

 

 

The Howe School earned its eighth varsity basketball victory of the season Tuesday night in Warsaw by a count of 67-51 over host Lakeview Christian.

 

SECTIONALS

(February 27-March 3)

CLASS 4A

 

A win is a win is a win.

 

 

Chloe Sturdivant led the Lakeland varsity gymnastics team to wins over Fort Wayne Wayne (102.60-69.20) and Fort Wayne South (102.60-34.90) last week.

 

Nate Ritchie tossed in 22 points in leading Northridge to a 67-58 varsity boys basketball win over visiting Lakeland last Friday night.

 

Goshen dealt Westview just its third loss of the varsity boys basketball season by a count of 52-46 last Friday night in the Maple City.

 

Skyler Carpenter of Westview has been selected as one of the top 100 senior girls basketball players in Indiana by Hoosier Basketball Magazine.

 

Warsaw shaded Lakeland, 100.25-96.225 in varsity gymnastics Tuesday.

 

The Howe School made it a long trip back to Wabash for White’s Wednesday night after the Wildcats took apart the Warriors, 87-36 in varsity boys basketball action.