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November 26, 2012
By E. Shawn Aylsworth of Northeast Corner Conference

By E. Shawn Aylsworth
Managing Editor

Here’s a look at results from Northeast Corner Conference schools from Week 2 (Nov. 12-17) of the 2012-13 Indiana girls basketball season …

Hot-shooting Wawasee defeats visiting Fairfield, 64-43
Wawasee senior KiLee Knafel poured in 34 points – including a scalding 5-for-5 effort from behind the 3-point line – to lead host Wawasee to a 64-43 victory Nov. 17 over Fairfield.

Knafel also added eight steals and six assists to pace the Warriors (3-0), who pulled away from a 24-19 halftime lead with a 22-9 third quarter. Hot-shooting Wawasee shot a torrid 58 percent for the game, including an 8-for-11 effort from behind the arc, and hit on 18 of its 21 free throws (86 percent).

Fairfield (1-1) was led by junior Haley Brown (10 points and six rebounds) and classmate Destiny Setterberg (seven points, four rebounds, two steals).

The box score:

Team            Q1     Q2     Q3     Q4     Final
Fairfield         13     6      9     15     43
Wawasee     15     9     22     18     64

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Cold-shooting Westview falls 70-31 at Goshen
Host Goshen (4-0) jumped out to leads of 16-4 and 36-11 at the first two stops Nov. 17 en route to a 70-31 victory over Westview.

Cold shooting was the culprit for the Warriors (0-3), who connected at just a 27 percent clip from the field and went just 12 of 23 (52 percent) at the free throw line.

Westview was led by freshmen Grace Hales (eight points) and Maria McCoy (seven).

The box score:

Team           Q1     Q2     Q3     Q4     Final
Westview      4      7     14      6     31
Goshen       16     20     17     17     70

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Rinehart, Grubb each tally 21 in 3A #6 Angola’s 68-22 win over Eastside
Host Angola raced out to leads of 20-8 and 36-12 after the first two quarters as the Hornets went on defeat visiting Eastside, 68-22, in a Northeast Corner Conference clash Nov. 16.

The Hornets (4-0 overall, 2-0 in NECC play) made 23 steals in maintaining control throughout over Eastside (0-2, 0-1).

Seniors Rachel Rinehart and sophomore Claire Grubb each had 21 points to pace Angola.

The box score:

Team           Q1     Q2     Q3     Q4     Final
Eastside        8       4       4      6      22
Angola         20     16     13     19     68

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Turnovers sink Westview in 82-36 loss at Elkhart Memorial
Westview shot well from the field Nov. 16 against Class 4A Elkhart Memorial, converting at a 52 percent clip from two-point range and hitting on 50 percent from 3-point land. But 28 turnovers sealed the Warriors’ fate in an 82-36 loss to the visiting Chargers (3-0).

Junior Brooke Yoder led Westview (0-2) with 17 points, while freshman Grace Hales added nine.

The box score:

Team                     Q1     Q2     Q3     Q4     Final
Elkhart Memorial     23     28     26     5     82
Westview                 7      11      6     12     36

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Fremont pulls away from Central Noble in 50-27 victory
Host Fremont improved to 3-0 on the young season by methodically pulling away from Central Noble in earning a 50-27 win Nov. 16 in each school’s Northeast Corner Conference opener.

The Eagles benefited from 19 steals in overcoming a frigid 6-of-20 night from the free throw line in getting the league victory. Central Noble (0-3) likewise suffered with 28 turnovers and only 26 percent shooting.

Junior Miranda White led Fremont with a double-double of 15 points and 10 rebounds to go along with seven blocked shots, while freshman Shea Rhonehouse had eight points, 11 boards, and seven steals.

The Cougars were paced by junior Tiffany Simcox (11 points) and sophomore Tricia Van Gessel (six).

The box score:

Team                Q1     Q2     Q3     Q4     Final
Central Noble     7      6      7      7      27
Fremont            12     8     12     18     50

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Carbone’s double-double paces Prairie Heights past Lakeland, 59-37
Junior Shawna Carbone’s double-double of 20 points and 10 rebounds paced Prairie Heights to a 59-37 victory Nov. 16 over visiting Lakeland in a Northeast Corner Conference game.

The Panthers (3-0 overall, 2-0 NECC) also got 15 points and five steals from junior Allison Young as they eased away from a 25-16 halftime advantage.

Junior Ashtin Kaminer led Lakeland (0-3, 0-1) with 14 points, six rebounds, and four steals.

The box score:

Team                      Q1     Q2     Q3     Q4     Final
Lakeland                  7      9      9      12     37
Prairie Heights         16    9     15     19     59

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Peterson’s double-double leads West Noble’s rally past Hamilton, 47-39
Host West Noble overcame a 27-21 halftime deficit by turning up the defense Nov. 16 in a 47-39 victory over visiting Hamilton in a Northeast Corner Conference clash.

The Chargers (2-2 overall, 1-1 NECC) limited Hamilton to just five points in the decisive third quarter and only seven in the fourth in pulling out the victory. That enabled West Noble to overcome 26 percent shooting from the field.

Junior Kelsie Peterson led the way for the Chargers with a double-double of 15 points and 10 rebounds, while senior Haley Richardson added 14 points, six boards, and four steals.

Senior Lindsey Stoy led Hamilton (0-2, 0-2) with a double-double of her own with 19 points and 14 rebounds, while junior Lindsey Upp just missed one with nine points and 10 boards.

The box score:

Team             Q1     Q2     Q3     Q4     Final
Hamilton         13     14      5       7     39
West Noble     7      14     16     10     47

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Fast-starting Fairfield rolls past Churubusco, 49-27
Fairfield used a 28-13 halftime lead in its season-opening game as a springboard to victory Nov. 16, downing host Churubusco 49-27 in the Northeast Corner Conference opener for both schools.

Junior Jenna Kieper led Fairfield with a game-high 14 points, while classmate Brooke Mast added seven points, five assists, and four steals.

Freshman Alyssa Anderson paced Churubusco (1-3) with five points, five rebounds, and four blocked shots.

The box score:

Team             Q1     Q2     Q3     Q4     Final
Fairfield         10     18     12     9     49
Churubusco     7      6       5      9     27

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Knafel’s 23 lead Wawasee to 51-31 win at Lakeland
KiLee Knafel scored a game-high 23 points as Wawasee pulled away from a 22-16 halftime deficit with a 35-9 second half Nov. 13 en route to a 51-31 win at Lakeland.

Knafel added seven steals and four rebounds for the Warriors (2-0), who also got a balanced
six-point, seven-assist, five steal effort from Kylee Rostochak.

Despite 2-for-13 marksmanship from behind the 3-point line, Wawasee rolled by limiting Lakeland (0-2) to 27 percent shooting and forcing 26 turnovers – 22 of them steals.

Becca Levitz led Lakeland with 10 points, while Abi Thompson added seven.

The box score:

Team                Q1     Q2     Q3     Q4     Final
Wawasee         10      6      21     14     51
Lakeland           9      13       4       5     31

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Churubusco takes defensive battle with Lakeland Christian, 29-24
Churubusco evened its record at 1-1 with a 29-24 victory Nov. 13 over visiting Lakeland Christian Academy.

Freshman Shelby Brockman led the way with seven points while senior Savannah Labenz added six for the Eagles, who made a 14-6 lead after one quarter hold up despite scoring just six, six, and three points over the final three periods.

Senior Jess Goss had a game-high 10 points and classmate Alisa Gross eight for Lakeland Christian Academy (1-2), which did not help itself by going just 3 of 11 from the free throw line.
“The Cougars played a tenacious defense that keep Churubusco off-balance all night at their basket,” said Lakeland Christian Academy coach Ty Propp. “(But we) turned the ball over too much in the first half, and Churubusco capitalized on that.

“The team was complimented for their aggressive play and never-give-up attitude by home-town spectators. It was a well-fought game.”

The box score:

Team                                        Q1     Q2     Q3     Q4     Final
Lakeland Christian Academy     6     5     8     5     24
Churubusco                              14    6     6     3     29

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Garrett rolls past visiting Central Noble, 61-29
Garrett (2-1) roared out to leads of 20-9, 34-12, and 52-19 after the first three stops and coasted to a 61-29 win Nov. 13 over visiting Central Noble.

Lynford Yoder’s Cougars (0-2) shot just 29 percent (10 of 35) and committed 24 turnovers in searching for their first win under the second-year coach. Senior Mary Ellen Potts (seven points) and Courtney Steele (five) were Central Noble’s high scorers.

The box score:

Team                      Q1     Q2     Q3     Q4     Final
Central Noble          9       3       5     12     29
Garrett                   20     14     18     9     61

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Fremont whips visiting Fort Wayne Blackhawk, 60-38
Fremont pulled away from a 20-13 lead after one quarter with a 14-1 second stanza Nov. 13 as the Eagles improved to 2-0 with a 60-38 victory over visiting Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian (1-1).

Junior Miranda White led Fremont with 16 points and six rebounds, while freshman Shea Rhonehouse finished with an impressive double-double in logging 15 points and 12 boards.

Sophomore Alex Seabeck and senior Brittney Chalfant led Blackhawk (1-1) with nine points apiece.

The box score:

Team                                               Q1     Q2     Q3     Q4     Final
Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian     13      1     12     12     38
Fremont                                           20     14     20     6     60

Copy-paste the link below for the VarVee stats page (thank you, Neal Frantz!).

3A #6 Angola downs visiting West Noble, 55-37
Host Angola (3-0) pulled away from a 19-19 halftime tie by outscoring visiting West Noble (1-2) 22-7 in the third quarter Nov. 12 on its way to a 55-37 victory in both schools’ Northeast Corner Conference opener.

Senior Kylie Bidlack led the Hornets (3-0, 1-0) with 12 points, seven rebounds, and three steals, while classmate Ericka Rinehart added eight rebounds, five assists, and two steals.

The box score:

Team                  Q1     Q2     Q3     Q4     Final
West Noble          10     9      7     11     37
Angola                 12     7     22     14     55

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