Boys Varsity Basketball lost on the road in the fourth quarter to the South Side Archers 65-53. Junior Airyan Thomas lead the team with 21 points, a season high of seven 3-point shots, but Boys Varsity Basketball lost on the road against Cathedral 77-65. Junior Beau Humphrey ended his season at state losing to Finnearty of Culver 11-4, ending his season with a record of 30-3.
Panther Hockey lost to Homestead on senior night 3-0. Seniors Jason Marquardt, Andrew Schiebel, Bryce Hower, Sean Stutzman and Justin Dehner were recognized for their leadership and commitment to the program.
Boys Varsity Basketball dominated the Bishop Luers Saints, winning by a final score of 104-45. Junior Beau Humphrey placed third among wrestlers at semi-state, qualifying for state February 16 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Panther Hockey controlled the game for 3 periods against the Bishop Dwenger Saints, winning 5-2 in regulation.
Panther Hockey beat the Northrop Bruins 3-1, improving their record to 15-13-1 on the season. The Panthers will make up their game against Bishop Dwenger on Saturday, February 10 at 7:10 p.m.
The 28th annual Nicholas Jazz Festival will be held at Snider this Saturday. The Nicholas Invitational was named after Carl Nicholas, former choir director at Snider. Thirty-seven high school and middle school big bands, jazz string ensembles and combos will compete for top honors.
Boys Varsity Basketball fell in the second half to the Blackhawk Christian Braves by a score of 58-46. The Panthers now have a record of 13-6.
Boys Varsity Basketball picked up two victories over the extended weekend against the Bishop Dwenger Saints and the Fishers Tigers, with sophomore Michael Eley recording a double-double with 25 points and 10 rebounds in the 65-59 win against the Saints. Junior Dillon Duff recorded 19 points and 5 rebounds in the 64-59 victory against the Tigers. Girls Varsity Basketball lost to the Carroll Chargers 46-42 in the first round of sectionals. Juniors Brady Ester, Beau Humphrey, Emmanuel Ellis and Hayden Tippmann and senior Vertis Hawkins advanced to semi-state for wrestling.