GIRLS BASKETBALL RESULTS: NOV. 30

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Written By Ink Free News / Sports on Saturday, November 30, 2019

Abby Sanner recorded 12 points but Warsaw wasn’t able to catch Fishers Saturday afternoon at the Tiger Den. (File photo by Mike Deak)

TRITON 39, TRINITY 16

Whytnie Miller’s double-double pushed Triton to a big win over South Bend Trinity.

Miller had 15 points and 10 rebounds in the contest, four of those rebounds offensive, and also had two steals, two assists and a block for good measure.

Lexia Hostrawser added seven points and three steals and Abbey Viers pulled down seven rebounds in the win.

CC Cullinan and Claire Hunsberger combined for 10 points and 22 rebounds for Trinity.

FISHERS 65, WARSAW 51

Warsaw couldn’t keep up with Fishers in the first-ever meeting between the two schools.

The Tigers lost its fourth straight game despite seeing Brielle Harrison score 14 points and Abby Sanner add 12 points. Lacilyn Krebs chipped in 11 points for the Tigers, which as a team hit 21-31 free throws in the game.

Fishers had Katie Burton lead the team with 18 points and six rebounds, Audra Emmerson add 16 points and Kaitlynn Feagan send in 10 points. Fishers made its money hitting eight three-point shots.

The Fishers JV knocked off Warsaw 46-35. Macy Perry and Lauren Grose scored eight points apiece for Warsaw, Rylee Burns adding seven points.

TIPPECANOE VALLEY 54, BREMEN 50 (OT)

For the second time this month, Tippecanoe Valley found itself on the plus side of a win over the Lions. The win on Saturday in the first of two games at the Thanksgiving Classic at Valley came in overtime.

Sidney Wagner led the Vikes with 15 points and Jillian Walls was right behind with 14 points. Hayley Backus also hit double figures with 10 points.

Erin Coffel dropped in 20 points to lead Bremen.

GOSHEN 55, TIPPECANOE VALLEY 42

After losing to Bremen, 39-30, in the morning session to suffer its first setback of the season, Goshen earned win No. 7 in taking down Valley in the afternoon contest of the Thanksgiving Classic.

Wagner had 16 points to lead Valley in its second loss of the season.

Brynn Shoup-Hill led Goshen with 31 points.

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