COVINGTON, Ind. — Alan Karrfalt had 16 points as the Covington basketball team cruised to a 70-35 win over Attica on Friday in Wabash River Conference action.
Caleb Ellmore had 13 points for the Trojans, while Logan Pinkerton and Savion Waddell each had 12 points, Daniel Keller had eight points and six assists and Colton Brown had six points.
The Trojans will go on the road to play Lafayette McCutcheon today.
BHRA 72, Schlarman 52
BISMARCK — Drew Reifsteck had 28 points as the Blue Devils beat the Hilltoppers in Vermilion Valley Conference action.
Mason Hackman had 14 points for Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin, while Kaj Stanford had eight points, Avery McConkey and Elijah Tidwell each had seven points and Brody Sexton added six points.
Jamal Taylor had 16 points for Schlarman Academy, while Caleb Kelly had nine points, Vaughn Black had eight and Cole Carnahan added six.
Tri-Point 63, Westville 53
WATSEKA — Bryce Burnett had 24 points, but the Tigers lost at the Watseka Holiday Tournament.
Raef Burke had 19 points for Westville,who will continue play today.
Oakwood 59, Chrisman 55
CHRISMAN — Isaiah Ruch and Brevin Wells each had 12 points as the Comets got past the Cardinals.
Jackson Powell had 11 points for Oakwood, while Elijah Harden had six and Jayden Cox added five.
Porter Hale had 19 for Chrisman, while Layne Smith had 16 and Cole Webster added 10.
Faith Christian 66, First Baptist 54
DANVILLE — Stephen Seest and Bryson Harris each had 17 points, but the Knighs lost in overtime.
Joel Menez had nine points for First Baptist, while Kyle Cundiff had six and Israel Menez added five.
Salt Fork 49, Urbana U. 32
URBANA — Carsyn Todd had 19 points as the Storm defeated Urbana University High.
Kayleigh Davis had 16 for Salt Fork, while Mackenzie Russell added 15.
The Storm will host Westville on Monday.
First Baptist 40, Faith Christian 36
DANVILLE — Lexi Doggett had 18 points as the Knights got past Pana Faith Chrisitan.
Annie Montgomery had nine points and Katelyn Hanson added seven for First Baptist.
Colorado 56, Colorado State 48
FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Danville native Kendle Moore had five points, but the Rams lost to the Buffaloes in an in-state battle.
Isaiah Stevens led Colorado State with 10 points, while Shane Gatling had 20 points to lead Colorado.
The Rams drop to 7-6 overall and will face Tulsa on Dec. 21.
Delaware 5, Danville 3
HARRINGTON, Del. — The Dashers tried to come back from an 2-0 deficit in the third period, but could not take down the Thunder.
Aretm Efimov-Barakov had a goal and a assist for Danville, while Ryan Stern and Tyler Quintos each had a goal and Nick Gullo, AJ Tesoriero, Mitch Atkins and Ben Boukal each had one assist.
Jesse Gordichuk had 31 saves in goal for the Dashers, who will play the Thunder again today.