South Bend Adams Girls Varsity Basketball

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Girls Basketball Shuts Down Elkhart Memorial For Win

For the first time in a month, the girls basketball team returned to action at home on Wednesday night, hosting the Elkhart Memorial Chargers. The game was filled with excitement, especially as the game closed out in the fourth quarter. The Lady Eagles and Chargers were close most of the first half, with Adams down

Girls Basketball Narrowly Beat by SB Washington

The girls basketball team faced off against SB Washington on Friday night at Washington High School. The rivalry between the South Bend schools made sure that they game would be a good one, and it proved to be so. Adams took the lead early in the game, outscoring the Lady Panthers 12-6 in the first

Girls Basketball Falls on Road to Penn

The girls basketball team saw their first action of the new year on Thursday night, taking on the #2 ranked Penn Lady Kingsmen. Penn showed their strength, defeating the Eagles 87-26. The leading scorer for Adams was Loryn Higginbotham, finishing the game with 11 points. Marissa Shelton and Laila Williams each added 6 points for

Girls Basketball Begins Day 1 of Marian Tournament

It is holiday basketball tournament time and the girls basketball team competed this year in the Mishawaka Marian Holiday Tournament. The tournament, featuring 8 teams and 12 games is played over 2 days. Adams opened up play on Friday in the first round against the LaPorte Slicers. The Eagles were competitive against the Slicers, having

Girls Basketball Gets Win Over South Bend Clay

The Adams Girls basketball team got an early holiday gift on Thursday night, receiving a win over Northern Indiana Conference and in town opponent South Bend Clay. The Eagles defeated the Colonials 47 – 31. The Lady Eagles were able to get off to a hot start, taking a 13- 3 lead over Clay after

Girls Basketball Fall to #1 Marquette Catholic

Facing the #1 team in class 1A in the state on Saturday afternoon, the Lady Eagles struggled to score throughout the first quarter, eventually falling to the Blazers 67 – 33. The Eagles were finally able to find their grove in the second quarter, led by Loryn Higginbotham. Higginbotham who ended the game with 15