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High school girls basketball roundup for Jan. 9


Springboro defeated Miamisburg 51-37 in girls high school basketball Wednesday.

Jenny DeGraaf led Springboro (8-3) with 24 points and 12 rebounds and Kelly Wurth added 18 points.

Molly Skapik led Miamisburg (7-6) with 16.

Fairmont 59, Wayne 28: Kathryn Westbeld had 15 points and Chelsea Welch added 12 points with 6 steals, 6 rebounds and 6 assists for unbeaten Fairmont (12-0). Faith Miller led Wayne (3-9) with 14 points.

Tippecanoe 57, Greenon 31: Carly Clodfelter tallied 17 points and Halee Printz had 16 points with 8 rebounds and 8 assists for Tippecanoe (7-6).

Miami Valley 67, Christo Rey 9: Elea Karras had 19 points and Taylor Middletown added 16 for Miami Valley (6-6).

Fenwick 40, Stivers 26: Leah Brubaker and Mickey McClanahan each tallied 10 points for Fenwick (6-8). Stivers (4-7) was led by Lydia Jordan with 11 points and 14 rebounds.

Centerville 76, Northmont 24: Alex Henning scored her 1,000th career point for Centerville (12-1).

Beavercreek 57, Springfield 21: Sam Phillips led ‘Creek (8-5) with 12 points. Shonte Williams had 10 for Springfield (1-9).

Clinton-Massie 54, Miami Trace 49: Kasey Uetrecht led Clinton-Massie (11-2) with 17 points and Erin Fair added 14 points and 11 rebounds.

Kenton Ridge 91, Urbana 56: Stefanie Davis led Kenton Ridge (11-3) with 24 points and Bailey Bennett added 20. Trischa Lacy led Urbana (6-8) with 32 points and 12 rebounds and Braxton Rogan added 18 points.


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