High school sports results for Jan. 8


TUESDAY’S RESULTS

VANDALIA 40, GREENVILLE 25

GREENVILLE ( 0-11)— Comer 4, Leverone 2, Dickerson 3, Conrad 1, Balsdaugh 7, Wood 8.

VANDALIA (5-8) — Paige 6, Drees 4, Owens 7, Ney 2, Greer 13, Makiewicz 4, Wiggens 3, Anene 1.

3-ptrs: GREENVILLE 2 (Wood, Comer), VANDALIA 3 (Paige, Owens, Wiggens).

MIAMISBURG 57, LEBANON 44

MIAMISBURG (7-4) — Randolph 11, Giles 6, Stewart 4, Birchmeier 2, Williams 16, Brown 18. Totals: 23-10-57.

LEBANON (5-6) — Beckner 1, Cordrey 5, Ellis 5, Russell 2, Duvelius 14, Morgan 8, Stotts 3, Blair 6. Totals: 19-3-44.

3-ptrs: Miamisburg 1 (Randolph 1); Lebanon 3 (Cordrey 1, Ellis 1, Stotts 1).

ALTER 68, URBANA 52

ALTER (9-0) — Schwieterman 9, Joseph 3, Lemon 17, Howe 8, Simmons 19, Spencer 12. Totals: 30-6-68.

URBANA (8-2) — Singer 24, Mays 14, Niswonger 2, Johns 2, Knueven 4, Wright 6. Totals: 19-10-52.

3-ptrs: Alter 2 (Schwieterman 1, Joseph 1); Urbana 4 (SInger 4).

BELLBROOK 61, MONROE 42

BELLBROOK — Malapit 1, Phillips 2, Rasch 28, Hall 8, Schumacher 2, Jabir 12, Krohn 1, Haisox 1, Rodgers 6.

MONROE (7-4) — Sloneker 17, Jeffers 2, Boateng 5, Coleman 10, Miree 4, Little 4.

3-ptrs: BELLBROOK 3 (Rasch 3), MONROE 0.

ST. XAVIER 61, BADIN 31

SX — Carroll 10, Bolling 2, King 12, Frey 2, Mills 6, Blink 19, Barrett 2, Stefanou 6, Schmucker 2. Totals: 23-5-61.

BADIN (1-8) — Jurgens 5, Reimer 9, Mohr 7, Arkle 4, Marot 3, Young 3. Totals: 11-3-31.

3-ptrs: St. Xavier 10 (Blink 5, King 4, Mills 1); Badin 6 (Reimer 3, Jurgens 1, Mohr 1, Young 1).

CJ 61, GRAHAM 36

GRAHAM (5-5) — Allen 12, Thomas 2, Lowery 3, Goddard 15, Springer 4.

CJ (5-6) — Riley 9, Clark 22, Hammond 11, Piatt 2, Haney 2, Riazzi 11, Peterson 2, Vest 2.

3-ptrs: GRAHAM 9 (Allen 4, Lowery, Goddard 3, Springer), CJ 2 (Clark 2).

CARLISLE 68, DIXIE 50

CARLISLE (10-1) — Cunningham 15, Butler 8, Goodpaster 14, Jackson 3, Milton 16, Lieungh 12.

DIXIE (6-4) — Moore 8, Bowling 4, Benner 7, Watts 22, Grubb 4, Leonard 5.

3-ptrs: CARLISLE 0, DIXIE 2 (Benner, Watts).

FRANKLIN 71, OAKWOOD 44

OAKWOOD (0-9) — S. Banke 5, Carlson 4, Pepper 6, Murphy 5, Wenkler 6, Neff 7, Irelend 11.

FRANKLIN (7-3) — Lakins 15, Stickelman 2, Kennard 28, Hill 5, Ross 5, Crowe 7, Thompson 2, Daniels 2, Pierce 5.

3-ptrs: OAKWOOD 6 (Banker, Peppper 2, Murphy, Wenkler, Irelend), FRANKLIN 11 (Lakins 3, Kennard 5, Hill, Ross, Crowe).

CVCA 68, DAYTON CHRISTIAN 52

CVCA (7-2) — Kleidscheidel 5, L. Peters 7, Punka 6, M. Peters 13, A. Corroscia 2, B. Peters 31, Niehaus 2, Lee 2.

DC (2-5) — Armstrong 2, Jones 1, Wall 16, Stone 15, Hull 8, Orme 7, Zollars 3.

3-ptrs: CVCA 3 (L. Peters, M. Peters, B. Peters), DC 6 (Wall 2, Stone 3, Orme).

TRI-VILLAGE 56, TROY CHRISTIAN 40

TC (9-2) — Varvel 5, Thomas 7, George 2, Kirkpatrick 6, Sloan 3, Salazar 10, Zawadzki 7.

TV (11-0) — Werner 8, Brubaker 5, Chowning 2, Pipenger 16, Linkous 8, Willcox 14, Cook 4.

3-ptrs: TC 5 (Varvel, Thomas, Kirkpatrick, Sloan, Zawadzki), TV 5 (Werner 2, Brubaker, Linkous 2, Pipenger).

CIN. CHRISTIAN 58, LOCKLAND 42

LOCKLAND (2-9) — Athie 14, Carnine 3, Riddle 8, Marshall 14, Finley 3.

CC (8-1) — Leach 3, Hubbard 8, Perry 3, Arington 22, Mann 2, Jeffries 20.

3-ptrs: LOCKLAND 4 (Athie, Carnine, Marshall 2), CC 2 (Arington, Perry).

WILMINGTON 73, EDGEWOOD 57

WILMINGTON (10-2) — Welsch 3, Scott 7, Jarvin Cumberland 15, Beaugard 9, Jarron Cumberland 26, Mansfield 10, Briggs 3.

EDGEWOOD (2-10) — Back 14, Wright 4, Truster 16, Connelly 5, Hall 7, Pieratt 9, Baller 2.

3-ptrs: WILMINGTON 6 (Welsch, Scott, Jarvin Cumberland, Jarron Cumberland, Beaugard, Briggs), EDGEWOOD 6 (Back 2, Truster 3, Pieratt).

SPRINGFIELD 68, CENTERVILLE 64 2 OT

CENTERVILLE — Weingartner 3, Feldmeyer 5, Recker 20, Meininger 10, Rado 2, Replogle 20, Whalen 4.

SPRINGFIELD (7-5) — Curry 11, Burrows 2, Jackson 15, Minney 24, Carson 8, Victoria 2, Harper 6.

3-ptrs: CENTERVILLE 9 (Weomgartmer. Feldmeyer, Recker 5, Meininger 2), SPRINGFIELD 4 (Curry 2, Jackson, Minney).

TROTWOOD 81, PIQUA 46

PIQUA — Honeycutt 4, Harrison 6, Vondnhuevel 7, Brenman 10, Holfinger 8, Monnin 6, Hughes 5.

TROTWOOD (6-1) — Foster 11, Lucas 5, Winn 2, Mack 9, Bennett 16, Wilson 4, Lovett 18, Crenshaw 4, Hammonds 12.

3-ptrs: PIQUA 2 (Harrison, Hughes), TROTWOOD 3 (Lucas, Bennett, Lovett).

CLARK 75, NEW MIAMI 18

NM — C Kellum 3, A Kellum 6, Gault 2, Lipps 3, Butler 1, Morgan 3.

CLARK — Rhodes 10, Toney 7, Davis 13, Alldrew 4, Grines 8, Bosley 4, Owensby 4, Burt 15, Whaley 10.

3-ptrs: NM 0, CLARK 1 (Burt).

MECHANICSBURG 56, NORTHWESTERN 42

MECHANICSBURG — Frost 7, Bogan 15, Detwiler 1, Welch 9, Purk 21, Marsh 1, Callicoat 2. Totals: 17-16-56.

NORTHWESTERN (1-8) — Phlipot 7, Roberts 7, Aull 3, White 2, Lough 12, McCorkle 3, Circle 8. Totals: 12-8-42.

3-ptrs: Mechanicsburg 6 (Bogan 3, Purk 3); Northwestern 2 (Phlipot 1, Roberts 1).

BROOKVILLE 51, VALLEY VIEW 50

VV (6-4) — Clemente 7, Denny 15, Pheiffer 2, Nolte 15, Brown 9, Zellner 2. Totals: 16-12-50. 

BROOKVILLE (4-5) — Day 17, Landis 1, Childers 7, Zellers 11, Hook 2, Brisco 13. Totals: 20-5-51.

3-ptrs: VV 4 (Nolte 3, Clemente 1); Brookville 6 (Day 5, Brisco 1).

TODAY’S GAMES

Games at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted

Jefferson at Ponitz Tech

Kenton Ridge at Shawnee

TUESDAY’S RESULTS

PONITZ 44, XENIA CHRISTIAN 42

XC — Riddle 8, Graver 7, J. Howarch 4, M. Howarch 1, Nelson 18, Catie 2, Merttah 2.

PONITZ (10-2) — Pool 3, Karkalik 3, Caldwell 2, Burnside 5, Bryant 14, Branham 2, Jones 15.

3-ptrs: XC 3 (Riddle 2, Nelson), PONITZ 1 (Pool).

NATIONAL TRAIL 59, CARLISLE 36

NT (6-6) — Hunt 5, Stan 8, Jordan 2, Mize 3, Thompson 23, Acton 2, Deaton 16.

CARLISLE (4-8) — Taylor 7, Whaley 2, Minton 13, Cotton 5, Back 4, Baker 4, Downing 1.

3-ptrs: NT 4 (Hunt, Thompson 3), CARLISLE 1 (Cotton).

NEW KNOXVILLE 49, WAYNESFIELD 43

NK— Horstman 16, Schroer 8, Magato 5, Reinke 6, Lageman 6, Lehman 8.l

WG — Jarnagin 2, Turner 2, Patton 31, Saylor-Watts 6, Stevens 2.

3-ptrs: NK 3 (Reinke 2, Schroer), WG 4 (Patton 4).

FORT LORAMIE 76, MECHANICSBURG 44

FL —Hoying 2, Imwalle 9, Westerheide 3, Meyer 3, Rose 29, Boerger 4, Holdheide 6, Brandewie 2, Meyer 10, Ordean 8..

MECHANICSBURG— Huffman 3, Cochran 2, Romero 3, B. Dodane 17, J. Dodane 13, Hux 6.

3-ptrs: FL 7 (Imwalle 3, Meyer 1, Rose 3), MECHANICSBURG 4 (Huffman 1, B. Dodane 1, Hux 2).

NEWTON 43, STIVERS 30

NEWTON — Tebics 6, Lavy 2, Mollette 8, Lavy 18, Kleman 1, Thompson 1, Rutledge 5, Wise 2. Totals: 15-13-43.

STIVERS — Henderson 2, Jordan 12, Steele 8, Pettiford 6, Textor 2. Totals: 12-5-30.

3-ptrs: Newton 0; Stivers 1 (Jordan 1).

TODAY’S GAMES

Games at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted

Beavercreek at Springfield

Cin. Christian at Cin. Country Day, 6 p.m.

DePaul Cristo Rey at Miami Valley, 7 p.m.

Fenwick at Stivers

Greenon at Tippecanoe

Hamilton at Oak Hills

Harrison at Edgewood

Kenton Ridge at Urbana

Lakota West at Lakota East

Lebanon at Fairborn

Mason at Fairfield

Miamisburg at Springboro

Middletown at Princeton, 2 p.m.

Northeastern at Col. Bishop Ready

Northmont at Centerville

Piqua at Greenville

Ross at Talawanda

Sidney at Vandalia

Summit Country Day at New Miami, 6 p.m.

Troy at Trotwood

Wayne at Fairmont

West Carrollton at Xenia

TUESDAY’S RESULTS

Boys

Lebanon 2,404, Kings 2,205

High Series: Austin (L) 353, Magella (K) 382.

Kenton Ridge 2,789, Tippecaone 2,680

High Series: Michael McKey (KR) 502.

Carroll 2,572, Alter 1,970

High Series: Hauber (C) 454, Bell (A) 361.

 

West Liberty-Salem 2,046,
Greeneview 1,787

HIGH SERIES: Lucas (WLS) 352, Rudasil (G) 377.

 

Girls

Lebanon 2,184, Kings ,1755

High Series: Temple (L) 355, Stuart (K) 290.

Kenton Ridge 2,050, Tippecanoe 1,996

High Series: Miller (KR) 301.

Middletown 2,436, Hamilton 2,071

High Series: Armino (H) 450, Brock (H) 327, Rinehart (M) 364, Harris (M) 355.

Alter 2,053, Carrol 1,815

High Series: Sawmiller (A) 348, Hagstrom (C) 288.

Greenon 2201, Indian Lake 1440

High Scores: G: Rose 362, Gibbs 330, Fitzwater 297. IL: Trout 257, Miller 236.

WEST LIBERTY-SALEM 2,056,
GREENEVIEW 1,802

HIGH GAMES: McGrew (G) 200, McNutt (WLS) 200.

MECHANICSBURG 2,285,
NORTHEASTERN 1,879

HIGH GAMES: Taylor (M) 196, Bush (M) 196.

 


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