PREP ROUNDUP: Logan's comeback falls short vs. SB Adams

Jan. 19—The Logansport girls basketball team had a big comeback fall just short in a 59-53 loss to South Bend Adams on Thursday at the Berry Bowl.

The Berries trailed 58-37 with 4:23 remaining. But they went on a 16-0 run to get to within five. They had the ball with 20 seconds left but couldn't get a quick good look. They took a shot with 14 seconds left and missed as Adams held on.

Lydia Goad scored 17 points to lead the Berries (3-16). Goldie Kitchel had nine points and eight rebounds. Rylinn Spradling scored eight points, Aracyn Good had seven, Kellyn Cripe five, Teagan Wolf four and Adrienne Scott three.

Adams led 17-10 after one, 34-26 at halftime and 49-37 after three.

Amya Henry had 17 points, Zariyah Wiley scored 16 and Lois Carr added 10 to lead the Eagles (12-9).


The Class 2A No. 9-ranked Kings (17-2) had 10 different players score in a win at Taylor.

Kinsey Mennen led the way with 14 points, Aftin Griffin scored 10 points, Laney Davis had eight, Anna Hedrick had seven and Kylie Logan and Ava Hubner scored six each.

Trinity Calvert led Taylor (1-18) with six points.


Makenna Strycker scored 26 points to lead the Panthers (5-13) in a loss at Peru.

Addison Robbins scored 13 and Mareiona Mason and Jacey Boswell had 11 apiece to lead the Tigers (2-19).

Peru led 11-6 after one, 24-18 at halftime and 42-25 after three.


Winamac dropped its third straight game in a loss to visiting North Judson.

Cailyn Tunis had 16 points and Anna Garbison added 10 to lead the Bluejays (10-9, 3-1 HNAC).

Maggie Smith scored 14, Piper Link had 12 and Marissa Iverson had nine to lead the Warriors (11-8, 2-4).