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H.S. Results for 12/1: Tri-Village coach wins No. 200


Allie Downing scored 22 points Thursday night as Tri-Village rolled to a 66-35 victory at Franklin-Monroe, giving girls basketball coach Brad Gray his 200th career victory.

“I didn’t talk to them much about it because I didn’t want them to be worried about it,” Gray said of his players. “They played well and, when the game was over, they had lined up a bunch of cupcakes for me in the shape of the number 200. That was really nice.”

Gray is 200-51 in 10-plus years as head coach.

Tri-Village improved to 3-0 with the win, while Franklin-Monroe fell to 1-3.

Thursday’s Results

Girls Basketball

Arcanum 74, Bethel 54: McKenzie Sharritts tied a school record with six 3-point goals and scored 22 points for Arcanum.

Bellbrook 77, Eaton 35: Cassidy Hofacker scored 19 points as Bellbrook won big.

Carlisle 54, Northridge 27: Carlisle (3-0, 1-0) won its Southwestern Buckeye League opener over Northridge (0-3, 0-1) behind 14 points from Cami Glover, 13 from Sydney Gilbert and 11 from Christa Harris.

Centerville 51, Sidney 20: Megan Johnson scored 13 points for the Elks (2-0).

Covington 80, Twin Valley South 29: Covington (4-0, 2-0) got double figure scoring from five players: Jordan Crowell (18), Samantha Whiteman (14), Lexie Long (11), Addison Metz (11) and Lauren Christian (10).

Delphos St. John’s 48, Lima Central Catholic 44: Delphos St. John’s sank 10 of 11 free throws.

Dunbar 69, Meadowdale 25: Aris Cole scored 18 points and Samaria Brown 10 as Dunbar improved to 1-1.

Fenwick 46, Wyoming 38: Fenwick led, 16-4, after the first quarter and held on to win.

Fort Recovery 57, Crestview 37: Whitney Will’s 20 points and 13 rebounds showed the way for Fort Recovery in its season opener.

Indian Lake 62, Fairlawn 37: Morgan Evilsizor scored 27 points, including six 3-pointers, for Indian Lake(2-1).

Miami East 53, Tri-County North 37: Miami East outscored Tri-County North in every quarter. Haley Howard scored 15 and Kaitlyn Mack 11 for Miami East.

Miami Valley 78, Middletown Christian 43: Tia Karras scored 29 points and Liz Bush had 26 points and 14 rebounds to help Miami Valley (3-1) overcome a big night by Middletown Christian’s Adriana Ballard, who scored 30 points, including seven 3-pointers.

Milton-Union 44, Preble Shawnee 38: Kristen Dickison’s 18 points allowed Milton-Union to even its record at 1-1.

Monroe 42, Brookville 15: Monroe led, 15-2, after one quarter and cruised the rest of the way behind Katie Sloneker’s 14 points.

National Trail 56, Northeastern (Ind.) 45: National Trail converted 23 of 37 free throws.

Newton 59, Mississinawa Valley 27: Tatum McBride scored 17 to keep Newton undefeated (3-0).

Ridgemont 51, Triad 43: Tori Thomas scored 22 points, but Triad (1-3) lost its third in a row.

St. Mary’s Memorial 60, New Knoxville 40: Sydney Cisco scored 14 points for the winners. Kenzie Schroer had 16 and Jenna Schwieterman 15 for New Knoxville.

Thurgood Marshall 66, Ponitz 34: Cierra Hooks scored a team-high 24 points for Thurgood Marshall in its season opener.

Trotwood 44, Chillicothe 39: Trotwood trailed, 29-28, after three quarters but rallied for the win behind Taj Thompson’s 21 points.

Waynesville 66, Dixie 20: Rachel Murray’s 20 points led Waynesville (3-0, 1-0), which shut out Dixie (0-3, 0-1) in the second quarter.

Boys Bowling

Franklin 2884, Lebanon 2592: Franklin (1-3) picked up its first victory, edging Lebanon (2-1) thanks to Seth White (464), David Zeedyk (449) and Ryder Fitzpatrick (436). Lebanon (2-1) was led by Tanner Roark’s 477 and Gabe Taulbee’s 469.

Carroll 2617, Purcell Marian 1820: Carroll’s Quinn Godpaster fired a 457 to help his team improve to 2-0.

Fairbanks 2017, West Liberty-Salem 1717: West Liberty-Salem fell despite Treven Marchal’s 205 game.

Girls Bowling

Lebanon 2302, Franklin 2270: Lebanon improved to 3-0 via Mia Kordowski’s 363. Rylee Nisewonder topped Franklin (2-2) with 348.

Fairbanks 1743, West Liberty-Salem 1633: Erica McCall’s 320 series was not enough for West Liberty-Salem.

Thursday’s Results

Girls Basketball

Ansonia 52, Bradford 19

Arcanum 74, Bethel 54

Bellbrook 77, Eaton 35

Carlisle 54, Northridge 27

Centerville 51, Sidney 20

Covington 80, Twin Valley South 29

Delphos St. John’s 48, Lima Central Catholic 44

Dunbar 69, Meadowdale 25

East Central 56, Harrison 17

Fenwick 46, Wyoming 38

Fort Recovery 57, Crestview 37

Indian Lake 62, Fairlawn 37

Miami East 53, Tri-County North 37

Miami Valley 78, Middletown Christian 43

Milton-Union 44, Preble Shawnee 38

Monroe 42, Brookville 15

National Trail 56, Northeastern (Ind.) 45

Newton 59, Mississinawa Valley 27

Ridgemont 51, Triad 43

St. Marys Memorial 60, New Knoxville 40

Southeastern 55, Spg. Shawnee 42

Stivers 78, Belmont 18

Thurgood Marshall 66, Ponitz 34

Tri-Village 66, Franklin-Monroe 35

Trotwood 44, Chillicothe 39

Troy Christian 47, Piqua 31

Versailles 64, Coldwater 55

Waynesville 66, Dixie 20

West Liberty-Salem 50, Kenton Ridge 45

Boys Bowling

Carroll 2617, Purcell Marian 1820

Fairbanks 2017, West Liberty-Salem 1717

Franklin 2884, Lebanon 2592

Late Wednesday

Talawanda 2357, Middletown Chr. 2335

Girls Bowling

Lebanon 2302, Franklin 2270

Late Wednesday

Middletown Christian 2282, Reading 1781

Boys Swimming

Adams Central 83, Coldwater 39

Girls Swimming

Coldwater 91, Adams Central 78


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