The Winamac girls basketball team brought its defense to Triton.
The Warriors shut down the Trojans 27-11 on Tuesday for a Hoosier North Athletic Conference win.
Taylor Jennings had 11 points and nine rebounds to lead the Warriors (12-7, 4-1 HNAC). Blake Bailey scored five points, Hailey Sanders had four points and four steals and Maggie Smith added three points and 11 rebounds.
Winamac led 7-2 after one, 11-3 at halftime and 20-6 after three.
Triton (7-11, 2-3) was held 21 points under its average.
Winamac hosts Class A No. 6 Oregon-Davis for the first game of a girls-boys doubleheader on Saturday night.
PIONEER 60, N. JUDSON 24, S. NEWTON 13
Pioneer swept visiting North Judson and South Newton.
Ryan Adams won the 200 IM for the Panthers. Keaton Schroder was first in the 50 freestyle. Ethan Fettig won diving. Peter Rider won both the 100 butterfly and 100 breaststroke. Miles VonTobel won the 100 freestyle.
The 200 meter medley relay team of Wyatt Zeider, Noah Young, Rider and Ryan Logan was first. VonTobel, Rider, Logan and Schroder finished first in the 200 free relay. The 400 free relay team of VonTobel, Logan, Schroder and Joseph Mersch finished first.
MAC 128, LOGAN 42
Nick LeDonne swept wins in the 100 and 200 free for Logansport at Maconaquah on Monday.
Michael Hill was first in the 100 breaststroke. Will Murray was second in the 50 free.
PIONEER 47, N. JUDSON 41, S. NEWTON 10
Emily Chan won the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke for the Panthers. Macie Moon swept the 50 and 100 free.
Grace Ulrich won diving. Carlie Morris captured first in the 100 breaststroke.
The 200 meter relay team of Chan, Morris, Sarah Rider and Moon finished first.
MAC 133, LOGAN 46
Logansport divers Laine McLochlin, Leah Leon and Maggie Fincher placed 1-2-3.
Sophia Rozzi placed second in the 50 and 100 free.
3-WAY AT JUDSON
Caston and Pioneer wrestled to a 30-30 tie at North Judson on Monday. Pioneer got the first takedown for the tiebreaker.
North Judson defeated Caston 33-23.
Caston’s Austin Dague won by tech fall against Judson. Gavin Hickle won by fall versus Pioneer.
“I’m really happy with where we are at this point in the season,” Caston coach Mark Evans said. “We just need to clean up a couple things to be at our best.”
Cass placed third out of 12 teams on Saturday.
Karson Albright (126) and Cayl Garland (182) won the titles in their respective weight classes. Kaine Fowler (106) and Nathaniel Moss (285) placed third. Javonie Cervantes (145) and Ethan Stine (152) placed fourth. CJ Burrous (120) placed fifth. Jensen Burrous (132) placed sixth. Tyler McGuire (113) placed seventh.
“I was happy with how we wrestled and feel like we are definitely improving as the season goes,” Cass coach Nate Burrous said.