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High school sports results for Jan. 12


SATURDAY’S RESULTS

Madison Plains 51, Cedarville 41

Russia 77, Spring. Cath. Cent. 44

Tippecanoe 65, Bellbrook 63

Triad 69, Shekinah Christian 64, 2OT

TRIAD 69, SHEKINAH CHRISTIAN 64, 2OT

SC — Gingerich 13, Scheffel 10, M. Yoder 20, Lynn 2, Headings 13, Z .Yoder 3, Byars 3. Totals: 25-5-64.

TRIAD — Boyd 3, C. Watson 9, Nott 13, J. Watson 4, Jones 2, Lowe II 8, L. Donohoe 4, S. Donohoe 24, Adams 2. Totals: 25-16-69.

3-ptrs: SC 9 (M. Yoder 6, Scheffel, Z. Yoder, Byars); Triad 3 (Nott 2, Boyd).

MADISON PLAINS 51, CEDARVILLE 41

MP — Butin 10, Lemieux 4, E. Williams 5, A. Williams 14, Davis 6, Gillespie 8, Carter 2, Siler 2. Totals: 21-6-51.

CEDARVILLE (0-10) — Grant 13, K. Oldiges 10, Wickline 2, Ratliff 8, Landers 6, D. Oldiges 2. Totals: 18-4-41.

3-ptrs: MP 3 (Gillespie 2, Butin); Cedarville 3 (Grant 3).

TIPPECANOE 65, BELLBROOK 63

TIPP (10-2)— Fischer 17, Hughes 7, Hadden 3, Ford 11, Johnson 13, Landwehr 6, Donely 8.

BELLBROOK (4-6) — Rasch 32, Hall 6, Schumacher 9, Jabir 4, Hisey 10, Rogers 2.

3-ptrs: Tipp 6 (Fischer, Hughes, Hadden, Johnson 3); Bellbrook 1 (Rash)

SATURDAY’S RESULTS

Greeneview 60, West Liberty-Salem 15

Mechanicsburg 70, Northeastern 31

National Trail 81, Bethel 25

Northwestern 51, Graham 37

Tecumseh 72, Kenton Ridge 69

Tippecanoe 32, Stebbins 27

Urbana 77, Indian Lake 71

Waynesville 51, Southeastern 36

TECUMSEH 72, KENTON RIDGE 69

KR (11-4) — Thornton 17, Bates 8, Wiederkehr 8, McCrary 14, Davis 22. Totals: 28-8-69.

TECUMSEH (14-1) — Frappier 3, Nartker 20, Vlasic 2, Christman 6, Quisenberry 26, Franklin 11, Rice 4. Totals: 25-20-72.

3-ptrs: KR 5 (McCrary 4, Davis); Tecumseh 2 (Quisenberry, Frappier)

NATIONAL TRAIL 81, BETHEL 25

NT (8-6) — Mize 19, Thompson 15, Deaton 14, Jordan 9, Stan 8, Hunt 6, Acton 4, Simpson 3, Sibila 2, Hunt 1.

BETHEL — Callahan 5, Ellish 4, Mongaraz 4, Floyd 4, Whetstone 4, Koehler 4.

3-ptrs: NT 4 (Thompson 3, Simpson)

TIPPECANOE 32, STEBBINS 27

TIPPECANOE (8-6) — Comer 4, Clodfelter 12, Janosik 2, Logan 2, Murray 2, Printz 10. Totals: 12-8-32.

STEBBINS (6-7) — Seaquist 2, Brinkman 6, Binge 2, Morgan 3, Williams 6, Kirkendoll 4, Armstrong 4. Totals: 12-2-27.

3-ptrs: Tipp 0; Stebbins 1 (Brinkman).

NORTHWESTERN 51, GRAHAM 37

GRAHAM — Black 8, Thompson 6, Stradler 9, Kite 14. Totals: 11-9-37.

NW (5-9) — Berner 14, Stacy 2, Cruz 9, Lannom 8, McMurtry 13, Sullivan 2, Hartlow 3. Totals: 19-13-51.

3-ptrs: Graham 2 (Stradler 2); NW 0.

WAYNESVILLE 51, SOUTHEASTERN 36

SOUTHEASTERN (7-8) — L. Perry 6, Entler 4, T. Perry 14, S. Sullivan 2, C. Sullivan 2, Ratliff 8. Totals: 14-4-36.

WAYNESVILLE (7-6) — Price 1, Keeton 2, Search 17, Caplinger 21, Brooks 10. Totals: 16-17-51.

3-ptrs: Southeastern 4 (T. Perry 3, L. Perry 1); Waynesville 2 (Caplinger 2).

GREENEVIEW 60, WEST LIBERTY-SALEM 15

WLS (5-10) — Daulton 3, Ward 2, Cox 3, Frederick 1, Peterson 2, Goodwin 4.

GREENEVIEW (14-1) — Rice 16, Siebenaler 3, Lovely 18, Liming 2, Sonneman 12, Kristin Combs 7, Ary 2.

3-ptrs: WLS 2 (Daulton, Cox), Greeneview 3 (Lovely 2, Kristin Combs).

URBANA 77, INDIAN LAKE 71

URBANA (7-8) — Lewis 2, Grigg 3, Weinert 1, Russell 8, Lacy 50, Curnette 3, Cooper 3, Rogan 7. Totals: 21-27-77.

IL (6-7) — Franks 2, Boberg 16, Miller 11, Reichert 10, Oyer 15, Maier 9, Kneis 8. Totals: 25-10-71.

3-ptrs: Urbana (Lacy 4, Russell 2, Grigg, Curnette); IL 11 (Boberg 4, Miller 3, Kneis 2, Oyer, Maier).

MECHANICSBURG 70, NORTHEASTERN 31

NE — Massie 5, Raber 4, Hoke 6, Moore 3, Dickerson 7, McCohn 2, Ruhe 4. Totals: 12-6-31.

MECH — Huffman 6, Cochran 1, Loveless 4, Gano 2, Romero 8, B. Dodane 15, J. Dodane 18, S. Hux 2, J. Hux 9, Hartley 3, Wright 2. Totals: 28-9-70.

3-ptrs: NE 1 (Massie); Mech 5 (Huffman 2, B. Dodane, J. Dodane, Hartley)

Valley View Invitational

Team Results: 1. Graham 310.5; 2. Valley View 139; 3. Carlisle 111.5; 4. Graham Black 82; 5. Tecumseh 75.5; 6. Winton Woods 71.5; 7. Belmont 50; 8. Oakwood 43.5; 9. Mariemont 37; 10. Dunbar 24; 11. Preble Shawnee 22; 12. WL-Salem 13.

Championship Results: 106: E. Stickley (Graham) pin K. Bussard (VV) 1:33; 113: E. Seipel (Graham) pin Z. Bussard (VV) 2:45;  120: B. Moore (Graham) pin C. Eyler (Belmont) 0:58; 126: M. Kastl (Graham) pin J. McKnight (Car) 5:02; 132: M. Jordan (Graham) pin X. Vines (WW) 2:45; 138: N. Henkle (Graham) maj. dec. R. Henderson (Mariemont) 14-4; 145: G.Jordan (Graham) pin J. Flemming (VV) 3:59; 152: A. Marinelli (Graham) pin C. Buchanan (Tec) 3:48; 160: B. Jordan (Graham) tech. fall J. Sandlin (Car) 23-8; 170: L. Thomas (Graham) pin N. Svarda (Car) 5:36; 182: J. Couchman (Graham) pin K. Smith (VV) 3:00; 195: M. Smith (Car) maj. dec. T. Nelson (WW) 16-7;  220: D. Milligan (Car) dec. A. Welty (Graham) 10-5; 285: K.Dorsey (Belmont) dec. T. Taylor (Tec) 5-3.

Third Place: 106: J. Stickley (Graham Black) pin D. Butler (Mariemont) 4:22; 113: B. Biteman (Tecv) pin S. Shelton (WW) 2:04; 120: D. Lucas (Oakwood) pin Z. Henault (WLS) 2:20; 126: C. Ohnmeiss (Graham Black) maj. dec. Z. Brady (VV) 17-6; 132: S. Lakes (VV) dec. T. Tirado (Oakwood) 9-4SV; 138: H. Bronne (Graham Black) dec. S. Marker (Tec) 9-4; 145: M. Brunke (Graham Black) pin D. Day (VV) (X4) 1:54; 152: A. Land (VV) maj. dec. D. Murphy (Dunbar) 16-4; 160: J. Ritchie (Car) (X2) pin S. Evans (VV) 1:28; 170: R. Baker (Oakwood) pin D. Richarson (Belmont) 0:36; 182: D. Bays (Car) dec. J. Woods (Belmont) 11-6; 195: C. Thedor (Graham) pin C. Newkirk (PS) 3:58; 220: M. Jones (WW) pin J. Adams (PS) 3:37; 285: O. Contreras (WW) over C. Courtwright (Graham) forfeit.


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