Concordia Girls In SAC Driver's Seat, Adams Central, North Side, Snider, Dwenger, Blackhawk Boys Triumph (VIDEO)

By Dean Pantazi - 21 Alive

January 25, 2014 Updated Jan 25, 2014 at 2:08 AM EDT

UNDATED (21 Alive) - Concordia stands a win away from the Summit Athletic Conference girls basketball title after their 49-43 win at Snider on Friday night.

De'Jour Young's 16 points led the Cadets, while Courtney Smith added eleven.

Deja Wimby's 16 points paced Snider.

Concordia, now 5-0 in the SAC, can clinch the title with a win over Wayne next Friday, as they hold the tiebreaker over nearest pursuer Luers, a game back at 4-1..

Adams Central assumed the lead in the Allen County Athletic Conference with their 42-28 win over Bluffton, moving to 3-1 as all other ACAC games were postponed by weather.

Jeremy Jones had 17 points and Trevion Crews 14 as North Side moved to 5-0 in the SAC with a 63-51 win over South Side.

Teon Fryar was tops for the Archers with 16.

Trey'Von Covington showed the way with 15 points to help Snider best Concordia 66-40 and keep a shot alive for the SAC title.

Reggie Tharp was high man for the Cadets with twelve.

Dwenger also kept SAC title hopes flickering with their 56-40 win over Northrop, as Ryan Christman led the Saints with 18 points.

Wes Davidson's 21 points led Blackhawk's 6-47 win at Lakewood Park.

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