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Flinn, Harrison stifle West Lafayette 76-54

Riley Flinn finished with a game-high 19 points, Olivia Lowery added 16 and Anna Henderson chipped in 13 to help Harrison beat West Lafayette 76-54 on Thursday at May Gymnasium.

Posted: Jan 29, 2021 12:00 AM
Updated: Jan 29, 2021 12:05 AM

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Riley Flinn finished with a game-high 19 points, Olivia Lowery added 16 and Anna Henderson chipped in 13 to help Harrison beat West Lafayette 76-54 on Thursday at May Gymnasium.

The Raiders (13-3) forced the Red Devils into 28 turnovers.

Harrison enters its own sectional on a four game winning streak. Rush McColley's group is slated to face either Logansport or Northwestern in semifinal action on February 5.

Kennedy Martin led West Lafayette (11-9) with 15 points in the loss. Unlike the Raiders, the Red Devils end the regular season on a three-game losing skid.

Similar to Harrison, West Lafayette has a first round bye in the Class 3A Twin Lakes sectional. Jane Schott's squad will take on the winner of Maconaquah and Benton Central on Friday in the semifinal round.

Other Scores:

Benton Central def. Kankakee Valley, 53-38

Faith Christian def. Tri-County, 73-44

Fountain Central def. Riverton Parke, 52-11

Lebanon def. Southmont, 64-36

Lewis Cass def. Rensselaer Central, 44-38

North White def. Frontier, 59-25

Pioneer def. Clinton Central, 70-46

Rossville def. Delphi, 53-40

Seeger def. Attica, 73-13

Winamac def. Twin Lakes, 51-41

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