Armchair Quarterback


 

 

The AQ went 10-2 and Old Man Winter posted a 2-0 mark last week in NECC boys basketball picks.

Tuesday’s winter storm caused the postponement of Fremont-Eastside and Mishawaka- Fairfield con-tests. Losses by Fair­field (to West Noble) and Argos (to Churubusco) accounted for the two missed calls by the local roundball forecaster.

With the start of the girls basketball state tour­nament this week, most of the boys action will take place Thursday night and Saturday afternoon this week.

MONDAY

Bethany Christian at Central Noble—A po­tentially tricky game for the Cougars. Bruins have won six straight. Central Noble.

THURSDAY

Lakeland at Churu­busco— The Lakers should keep pace with the other NECC leaders with a win in Turtle Town. Lakeland.

West Noble at West­view A win over the Chargers keeps the War­riors in the NECC title hunt. Westview.

Prairie Heights at Central Noble– The Cougars stay tied atop the league with an easy win over the Panthers. Cen­tral Noble.

Eastside at Hamil­ton— A much-needed victory for the Blazers. Eastside.

Fairfield at Gar­rett—

The Falcons better bring their “A-Game” to Paul Bate-man Gym. Fairfield.

Concordia at Ango­la— Tough task for the Hornets. Concordia.

Fremont at Adams Central– The Jets are having another outstand­ing season. Adams Cen­tral.

SATURDAY

Plymouth at West­view— Quick turnaround for the Warriors after what could be a hard-fought battle the night be­fore against West Noble. Westview.

Whitko at Garrett— The visiting Wildcats could be riding a sev­en game winning streak when they arrive in Gar­rett. Whitko.

LaVille at West No­ble— The Chargers have won the last two meet­ings be-tween these two squads. West Noble.

Fremont at Canter­bury— A second straight long trip south for the Ea­gles. Canterbury.

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