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Tecumseh wins after late Davis layup

Tecumseh 71, Shawnee 70: Dalton Davis drove the lane and made a layup with four seconds left to give Tecumseh (18-4) the win.

Davis finished with 24. Gabe Winans scored 24 while Malik Quisenberry had 10.

Jaelin Williams led Shawnee (19-2) with 31. David Sawyer had 16 while Jaden Greenwood scored 10.

Mechanicsburg 76, Catholic Central 54: Mechanicsburg rolled with a 30-6 first quarter lead.

Nick Callicoat led Mechanicsburg with 28. Brandon Purk scored 18.

Ryan Weeks led Catholic Central with 18. Tate Robertson scored 10.

Greeneview 71, Northeastern 63 OT: Greeneview trailed by four with 48 seconds left in the fourth.

Evan Bradds led Greeneview (19-3) with 35. Dalton Caudill scored 13 while Tyler Bruntz scored 12.

Storm Shoemaker scored 30 for Catholic Central, a career-high. Daniel Lenk had 15.

Northwestern 70, Greenon 56: Justin Phlipot scored a season-high 23 to lead Northwestern. Cody Lough had 15 points, nine rebounds. Arrian McCorkle had 14 points, 11 rebounds.

Anthony Colletti had 24 for Greenon. Andrew Colletti scored 10.

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