H.S. Results for 11/30: Balanced Tecumseh wins season opener


Three players scored in double figures and Macy Berner pulled down 13 rebounds Wednesday as Tecumseh opened its girls basketball season with a 57-46 victory at Vandalia.

Presley Griffitts led the Arrows with 15 points, followed by Mackenzie Pauley (14) and Corinne Thomas (12).

Vandalia sliced an 11-point halftime defict to 49-44 entering the fourth quarter, but scored only two points in the final quarter.

Tyree Fletcher led Vandalia (2-1) with 18 points.

Girls Basketball

Lakota West 60, Oak Hills 34: Sarah Jones scored 20 points as Lakota West (3-0) won its Greater Miami Conference opener, allowing just nine points in the second half.

Lebanon 51, Fairborn 39: Alex Warning scored 18 points t o lead Lebanon (2-0). Evelyn Oklavec scored a team-high 12 points for Fairborn (0-2).

Northmont 57, Greenville 39: Three players reached double figures in scoring to help Northmont to its first victory. Antonette Dorsey scored 14 points, Jenna Hoschouer and Erin Mangen 12 each.

Oakwood 45, Cincinnati Christian 27: Oakwood picked up its first win behind Lauren Hapgood’s 18 points.

Springboro 74, Stebbins 35: Springboro led just 34-28 at halftime, but pulled away behind 18 points from Jordan Diehl and 13 from Haylie Crouch.

Tippecanoe 53, Miami East 22: Taylor Prall scored 16 points as Tippecanoe evened its record at 1-1.

Turpin 57, Hamilton 46: Turpin outscored Hamilton, 23-12, in the fourth quarter to keep Hamilton winless (0-3).

Yellow Springs 64, Graham 55: Graham fell to 0-2 despite double figures scoring from Bethany Horner (14), Kari Sollenberger (14) and Kayla Tollis (12).

Boys Bowling

Mechanicsburg 2614, Graham 2164: Mechanicsburg won behind Caleb Westfall’s 447 series (211, 236).

Miamisburg 2753, Franklin 2735: Sam Fisher’s 510 series (278, 232) and 410 from Casey Jackson helped Miamisburg (3-0) edge Franklin.

Girls Bowling

Mechanicsburg 2400, Graham 2204: Ally Hosier (203, 213) was a key for Mechanicsburg.

Miamisburg 2465, Franklin 2300: Big nights from senior Sarah Boone (242, 204) and freshman Crissy Journell (214, 205) helped Miamisburg improve to 3-0.

Wednesday’s Results

Boys Bowling

Mechanicsburg 2614, Graham 2164

Miamisburg 2753, Franklin 2735

Girls Bowling

Mechanicsburg 2400, Graham 2204

Miamisburg 2465, Franklin 2300

Girls Basketball

Beavercreek 96, Xenia 43

Fairfield 67, Talawanda 43

Greeneview 53, Northwestern 29

Lakota West 60, Oak Hills 34

Lebanon 51, Fairborn 39

Northmont 57, Greenville 39

Oakwood 45, Cin. Christian 27

Princeton 68, Middletown 39

Springboro 74, Stebbins 35

Tecumseh 57, Vandalia 46

Tippecanoe 53, Miami East 22

Turpin 57, Hamilton 46

Yellow Springs 64, Graham 55


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