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Area high school highlights for Jan. 25


Shawnee 67, Stebbins 53: Shawnee (13-1) rolled with a 22-13 run in the first quarter.

Jaelin Williams led Shawnee with 19. Jaden Greenwood had 15.

Trent Lucas led Stebbins with 29. Brandon West scored 15.

Bellefontaine 39, Kenton Ridge 22: Chase Black and Nick Lacey each scored nine for Kenton Ridge (6-9). Logan Mitchell led Bellefontaine (8-7) with eight.

West Liberty-Salem 42, Northeastern 40: West Liberty-Salem out-scored Northeastern 11-3 in the fourth quarter. Northeastern had a chance for the win, but missed a last-second shot.

Landon Hormann led West Liberty-Salem with 25. Daniel Lenk scored 11 for Northeastern while Luke Hensley had nine.

Mechanicsburg 76, Cedarville 50: Mechanicsburg out-scored Cedarville 30-10 in the second quarter.

Brandon Purk led Mechanicsburg with 25. Nick Callicoat scored 18, Matt Bogan 14.

Hudson Grant led Cedarville with 17. Brant Wickline scored 15, Caleb Jacobs 10.

Greeneview 58, Triad 46: Dalton Caudill and Evan Bradds each scored 15 for Greeneview. Tyler Bruntz had 12.


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