HS Results 1/2: Graham boys edge out West Liberty


Brevan King put up 16 points in Graham’s 49-47 win over West Liberty-Salem.

King shot for 100% from the foul line and sunk one 3-pointer.

Chase Adams tacked on 13 points, shooting for three from the three point line.

Trevor Burden had 15 points in the West Liberty-Salem loss.

The win moves Graham to 5-5 on the season and the loss drops the Tigers to 5-5.

Boys Basketball

National Trail 66, Seton Catholic 59: Travis Hunt paced National Trail with 21 points. Dalton Mason and Cameron Harrison chipped in 12 each.

Girls Basketball

Middletown 54, Winton Woods 51: Samill Calhoun led all scorers with 24 points, five rebounds, two assists and two steals in the win. Aria Gaines and Brianna Ball both notched double doubles in the loss.

Catholic Central 66, Yellow Springs 41: Ericka Ray shot for a game high 30 points, setting a school record for most 3-pointers in a game with eight.

Dunbar 46, Linden McKinley 37: Aria Cole tallied 12 points and three assists for Dunbar. Monet Allen tacked on 12 points and eight rebounds.

Fort Recovery 54, St. Marys 43: Carley Stone netted 19 points in the win. MaKenna Mele put up 23 in the loss.

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