Logansport’s Jennings earns weekly IBCA honor
For the second time this season Logansport senior Whitney Jennings has been named an IBCA/Subway Player of the Week.
The 5-5 Jennings averaged 42.0 points over two games to earn the girls’ District 1 honor. The Iowa recruit opened with 39 points, six rebounds, two assists and eight steals as Logansport posted a 59-45 victory over Harrison (West Lafayette). Jennings followed with 45 points, 11 rebounds, five assists and five steals in an 84-72 triumph over Anderson. In the two games for the 8-0 Berries, she made 29-of-55 shots, including 2-of-6 3-pointers, plus 24-of-32 free throws. Jennings previously was cited the week of Nov. 18-23.
The Class 4A No. 6 Berries compete in the Twin Lakes Holiday Tournament this weekend. They face Evansville Memorial (4-3) at 4:45 p.m. Friday. Class 3A No. 6 Western (8-1) and Indianapolis Cathedral (3-5) are in the Berries’ bracket. The winners and losers of Friday’s contest will square off at 11 a.m. Saturday in separate gyms in Monticello.
The other side of the bracket includes Class 3A No. 5 Western Boone (10-0) vs. Taylor (2-8) and Carroll (7-2) vs. Twin Lakes (4-5). The placement games will be held on Saturday highlighted by the championship game at 8 p.m.
Comets, Panthers wrestlers compete at invitational
FULTON — Caston and Pioneer competed at the Caston 10-team wrestling invitational on Saturday.
North White won the event with a 9-0 record and Viking Ryan Ball was named the MVP.
West Central was runner-up at 8-1, followed by Calumet (7-2), Rossville (6-3), Fountain Central (5-4), North Judson (4-5), Clinton Prairie (3-6), Northwestern (2-7), Caston (1-8) and Pioneer (0-9).
Caston’s Braden Moss was the champion of the 138-pound weight class.
Holy Family rallies to edge Le Moyne
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — Derrick Stewart made a free throw with 1:31 left to break a tie as Holy Family University rallied to defeat the Le Moyne College men’s basketball team, 67-65, on Sunday afternoon in non-conference action at the Campus Center.