HS Results 1/10: Centerville rallies, Tecumseh sets record in rout


Girls Basketball

Centerville 46, Miamisburg 40: Centerville took control with a 17-6 run in the second half. Emily Kepple had 10 points for ‘Burg.

Lebanon 50, Fairmont 44: Kendall Folley finished with 18 points and Eva White added 12 to help Lebanon move to 12-1. Mali Morgan-Elliott paced Fairmont with 21.

Piqua 58, Xenia 25: Skylar Sloan scored 14 points, Lily Stewart 13 and Kelsey Magoteaux 10 as Piqua opened the game on a 16-4 run.

Lakota West 81, Middletown 21: Abby Prohaska paced West with 19 points, Kailyn Dudukovich added 12 and Jasmine Ballew 11.

Princeton 68, Hamilton 56: CiCi Riggins poured in 39 points, including shooting 13-of-14 from the foul line, in a losing effort for Hamilton.

Lakota East 60, Colerain 19: Jordan Stanley led East with 15 points and Megan Hatfield added 10 off the bench.

Fairfield 64, Oak Hills 27: Journee Hicks recorded 14 points and Zahrya Bailey added on 12 for Fairfield.

Tecumseh 94, Urbana 11: Corinne Thomas tallied 34 points and Presley Griffitts and Mackenzie Pauley pitched in 18 apiece for Tecumseh. The 11 points allowed defensively also marked a school record.

Graham 73, Yellow Springs 44: Brooke Johannes led the charge with 20 points and 10 rebounds, Katelyn Nash added 18 points and Lexi King 15 for Graham.

Ben Logan 57, Mechanicsburg 49: Nikki Current poured in 28 points and Savannah Pavoni chipped in 16 to lead Ben Logan. Kasey Schipfer had 22 and Elly Schipfer added 15 for ‘Burg.

Carroll 43, Alter 26: Julia Keller paced Carroll with 15 points and Liz Bush chipped in 12.

Fenwick 48, Chaminade Julienne 47: Fenwick rallied after entering halftime with an eight-point deficit. Eve Monaghan led CJ with 13 points off the bench.

Badin 34, Roger Bacon 33: Emma Broermann tallied 13 points to help lead Badin to a fifth consecutive win.

Ross 48, Talawanda 44, OT: Julia Nunn recorded 17 points and Olivia Chaney tacked on 11 for Ross. Jazz Bennett tallied 17 for Talawanda.



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