Concordia Girls Edge South In 2 OTs: Snider, Luers, Wayne, Homestead, Norwell, Garrett Girls Triumph (VIDEO)

By Dean Pantazi - 21 Alive

January 11, 2014 Updated Jan 12, 2014 at 2:18 AM EDT

UNDATED (21 Alive) - Concordia reversed its loss to South Side in the SAC Girls Tournament, while Snider, Luers, Wayne, Homestead, Norwell,and Garrett rolled up girls wins Friday night.

Courtney Smith and De'Jour Young each had 16 points to help Concordia to their 64-60 double overtime win over South Side,

Shania Kelly added 15 for the Cadets, while South was led by Chelsea Rogers with 18 points.

Snider kept pace with Concordia at 3-0 in the SAC with their 55-51 win over Northrop, handing the Bruins their first SAC loss/

Deja Wimby and Kiersten Eley each had 21 for the Panthers, while Nevada Jones topped Northrop with 18.

Allison Butler's 17 points topped Luers' 73-54 win over Dwenger, who got 24 points from Greta Winkeljohn.

Wayne was a 68-34 winner over North Side led by the 20 points of Joey Stanford.

Homestead continued to dominate the Northeast Hoosier Conference with their 76-33 romp past East Noble, as Josie Fisher hit for 18, Sydney Buck 17, and Grace German twelve.

Stephanie Conrad's 15 points helped key Norwell's 53-50 win at Carroll.

The Chargers were led by Kiersten Miller's 14 points.

Brandi Dawson's 20 points helped ACAC leader Garrett moved to 13-0 and 5-0 in the conference with a 47-24 win over Bluffton.

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