Lacy rolls for 50 in Urbana victory


Trischa Lacy scored 50 points to lead Urbana High School to a 77-71 over Indian Lake in girls basketball Saturday.

Lacy finished with 10 rebounds, nine steals and five assists. She made four 3-pointers and was the only Urbana (7-8) scorer in double-figures. She is the leading scorer in the Central Buckeye Conference.

Haley Boberg had 16 for Indian Lake (6-7). She made four of Indian Lake’s 11 3-pointers. Mikaela Oyer scored 10, Sydney Miller 11 and Leslie Reichert 10.

Northwestern 51, Graham 37: Northwestern has won three of its last five games.

Korynne Berner led Northwestern (5-9) with 14 points and 12 rebounds. Destiny McMurtry had 13 points, 10 rebounds.

Greeneview 60, West Liberty-Salem 15: Greeneview (14-1) has won seven in a row.

Ashton Lovely led Greeneview with 18 points and five assists. Sophie Sonneman had 12 points, 11 rebounds. Alex Rice had 16 points.

Jackie Liming had 13 rebounds while Amber Ary had eight.

Waynesville 51, Southeastern 36: Taylor Perry led Southeastern (7-8) with 14.

Ali Caplinger scored 21 for Waynesville (7-6). Abby Search had 17.

Wrestling

Valley View Invitational: Graham took first place in the meet with 310.5 points. Valley View was second, Carlisle third and Graham Black fourth.

Graham took first place in 11 of the 14 weight classes.


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