HS Scores 12/27: Perdue paces Springfield, Lebanon moves to 7-1


Boys Basketball

Tuesday’s Results

Catholic Central 62, Northwestern 48

Wednesday’s Results

Badin 78, Edgewood 44: Gabbard (E) 12; Meyer (B) 15.

Hamilton 56, Beavercreek 52: Zink (B) 12; Howard (H) 21.

Minster 57, Russia 42: Schmiesing (M) 14; York (R) 12.

Princeton 64, Middletown 50: Bailey, Stallworth (M) 16; Hunter (P) 24.

Ross 56, Harrison 41: Angel (R) 20; Kinnett (H) 14.

Girls Basketball

Wednesday’s Results

Coldwater 60, Marion Local 51: Hoying (C) 18.

East Clinton 70, Gamble Montessori 61

Edgewood 52, West Carrollton 11

Lebanon 61, Oak Hills 41: White (L) 14; Huellemeier (OH) 12.

Ross 48, Harrison 42: Nunn (R) 14; Wilkins (H) 15.

Spg. Shawnee 51, Covington 36: Potts (SS) 13; Crowell (C) 12.

Springfield 90, Ponitz 37: Perdue (S) 30; Hall (P) 13.

Troy 42, Fairborn 41

Valley View 70, Carlisle 29: Stidham (VV) 22; Parish (C) 9.

Waynesville 79, Miami Valley 25: Murray (W) 20; Zerby (MV) 8.

Wrestling

GMVWA Coaches Poll

Division I

1. Vandalia Butler (10) 100; 2. Beavercreek 90; 3. Springboro 77; 4. Centerville 73; 5. Tecumseh 58; 6. Miamisburg 52; 7. Wayne 38; 8. Stebbins 32; 9. Northmont 18; 10. Fairmont 11.

Division II

1. Graham (10) 100; 2. Eaton 88; 3. Chaminade Julienne 82; 4. Valley View 70; 5. Franklin 60; 6. Carroll 50; 7. Bellbrook 38; 8. Oakwood 32; 9. Benjamin Logan 20; 10. Ponitz 8.

Division III

1. Versailles (10) 100; 2. Miami East 90; 3. Troy Christian 80; 4. Mechanicsburg 68; 5. Covington 60; 6. Milton-Union 50; 7. National Trail 38; 8. Carlisle 31; 9. Dixie 17; 10. Brookville 13.

REPORTING RESULTS

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