DANVILLE — The Schlarman boys basketball team wrapped their first week from winter break with a 69-60 win over Milford on Friday.
Cole Carnahan led the Hilltoppers with 24 points, while Jason Craig had 20 points, Vaughn Black had nine, Jamal Taylor had eight and Dawson Dean added five.
Tanner Sobkoviak ahd 16 points for Milford, while Trace Fleming had 14, Kyle Allen had 11 points, Klaytin Hunsinger added eight and Luke McCabe added seven.
The Hilltoppers will travel to Chrisman on Tuesday, while the Bearcats will take on Georgetown-Ridge Farm today.
BHRA 65, Oakwood 37
FITHIAN — Drew Reifsteck had 28 points as the Blue Devils defeated the Comets.
Elijah Tidwell had 15 points for Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin, while Mason Hackman had 10 and Kaj Stanford added six.
Isaiah Ruch had 16 points for Oakwood, while Josh Young added 12 points.
The Blue Devils will play Armstrong-Potomac on Tuesday, while the Comets will host Salt Fork on Tuesday.
Salt Fork 52, Westville 37
CATLIN — The Storm outscored the Tigers 35-23 in the second half to get the win.
Clayton Jarling had 17 points for Salt Fork, while Payton Taylor had eight, Dawson Dodd had seven, Jacob McGee had six and Josh Weller added five.
Raef Burke had 16 points for Westville, while Bryce Burnett had 12 points.
The Tigers will play Georgetown-Ridge Farm on Tuesday.
Covington 73, Riverton Parke 57
MONTEZUMA, Ind. — Daniel Keller and Logan Pinkerton each had 22 points as the Trojans beat the Panthers.
Caleb Ellmore had 13 points for Covington, while Colton Brown added eight points.
Seeger 49, Fountain Central 39
VEEDERSBURG, Ind. — Owen Snedeker had 17 points as the Patriots beat the Mustangs.
Kolton Pearson had 12 points for Seeger, while Jameson Sprague added nine points and Logan McFatridge had five.
Carson Eberly had 15 points to lead Fountain Central.
Danville 5, Battle Creek 2
DANVILLE — Justin Brausen and AJ Tesoriero each had a goal and a assist as the Dashers got past the Rumble Bees.
Troy Murray, Mitch Akins and Logan Hawgood each had a goal for Danville, while Jesse Neher had two assists and Tyler Quintos, Alex Pommerville, Sam Turnerand Fred Hein each had one assists.
Jesse Gordichuk had 20 saves in goal for the Dashers, who will face the Rumble Bees again today.