Girls basketball round up Jan. 7

Tecumseh 63, Northmont 29: Bianca Quisenberry reached 2,000 career points after scoring 30 points with 13 rebounds and 10 steals. Megan Christmann added 14 points for Tecumseh (13-1).

Miami East 90, Urbana 51: Madison Linn had 20 points and Abby Cash added 17 for East (10-1). Trischa Lacy scored a season-high 42 points in the loss.

Southeastern 51, Bethel 22: Mona Ratliff led Southeastern (6-7) with 14 points and Taylor Perry and Kaylie Entler each had 12.

Alter 60, Beavercreek 50: Maddie Bazelak led Alter (10-2) with 20 points and Emma Bockrath added 12. Ally Myers led ‘Creek (7-5) with 16 points.

Preble Shawnee 56, Dayton Christian 21: Kathy Stout and Courtney Lakes each had 12 points and Sidney Brown added 11 for Preble Shawnee (9-3) in a 56-21 win against Dayton Christian in girls high school basketball Monday.

Valley View 71, Middletown 54: Hannah Collins tallied 25 points, Hannah Thomas added 12 and Kilee Genslinger had 11 for Valley View.

Shawnee 57, Springfield 34: India Davis had 15 points and 10 rebounds for Shawnee (4-10).

Seton 66, Badin 65: Badin’s McKenzie Egan got a finger roll to go in that gave Badin a 65-64 lead with 11 seconds to play, but Seton’s Loretta Blaut sank a 12-footer at the buzzer to win the game. Blaut led Seton with 15 points and Torey Stang had 18 points for Badin.

Stebbins 40, Fenwick 30: Briana Williams had 12 points and Kailey Sequist added 10 for the Indians (6-6). Leah Brubaker scored 15 for the Falcons.

Northwestern 67, Riverside 43: Crystal Cruz tallied 38 points and Katelyn Hartlow added 13 for Northwestern.


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