PREP ROUNDUP: Logan girls beat Marion 47-21

Jan. 15—The Logansport girls basketball team got a much-needed win Saturday afternoon.

The Berries defeated the Marion Giants 47-21 in a North Central Conference game in the Berry Bowl.

Lydia Goad had 18 points to lead the Berries (3-15, 2-5 NCC), who snapped a seven-game losing streak.

Aracyn Good and Taliyah McCray added eight points apiece. Kellyn Cripe had six, Rylinn Spradling added four and Teagan Wolf chipped in three.

The Berries made six 3-pointers and shot 7 for 7 from the foul line.

Logan led 9-5 after one, 27-14 at halftime and 40-17 after three.

Jackie Williams scored 11 points to lead the Giants (1-17, 1-6).

Logan hosts South Bend Adams on Thursday.



Chris Huerta scored 30 points as Carroll (8-4) recorded a win at Pioneer (3-9) on Saturday night.

The Cougars bounced back from a 68-35 loss to Clinton Prairie on Friday, when the Gophers avenged a 10-point loss to Carroll from the Clinton Central Holiday Tournament.

Carroll led Pioneer 15-8 after one, 30-14 at halftime and 45-27 after three.

Lucas Perry had 13 points and Drew McKaig scored 12 to lead the Panthers.

"Lucas Perry had a nice game and hit some shots for us in the second half," Pioneer coach Darren McKaig said. "We just couldn't find any rhythm in the first half against their halfcourt trap. We missed several shots in the paint and had 12 first-half turnovers. We played better in the second half, but we just traded baskets with them and couldn't make a run."

Pioneer hosts West Central for a non-conference game Friday. Carroll travels to Tri-Central for an HHC game Friday.



Logansport placed sixth at the event held at Lafayette Jeff. Harrison won.

Sergio Lorenzo finished runner-up in the 285-pound weight class for the Berries' best finish on the day. Lorenzo (15-2) was defeated by McCutcheon's Alex Luna by 5-4 decision in the championship match.

Also for the Berries, Ayden Salisbury (132) and Cyrus Villa (157) placed third, Isaiah Guajardo (150) placed fourth and Olivia Gibson (113), Levi Sutton (165), Quintin McLeod (175) and Oniel Reyes (215) placed fifth.


Cass beat five opponents and had seven weight class champions in winning the Neil Muse Invite at Lapel.

The Kings beat Lapel 60-18, Blue River 72-6, Pendleton Heights' JV squad 60-22, Zionsville's JV squad 42-29, and Clinton Central 51-21.

Levi Bell (106 pounds), Dominic Sebastian (113), Eli Grist (120), Max Grist (126), Kyland Magers (157), Nick Park (190), and Eli Martin (215) each won weight class titles for the Kings.