HS Roundup 2/28: Catholic Central, Legacy Christian move on in D-IV


Catholic Central dropped Newton 68-37 and Legacy Christian ousted Yellow Springs 64-25 in Wednesday’s Division IV boys sectional basketball tournament action at Troy.

Legacy Christian and Catholic Central will meet up at 7 p.m. on Saturday at Troy with a sectional title on the line.

Legacy jumped ahead quickly with a 20-point swing in the first quarter. Ashton Burke led the way with 17 points, including his 1,000th career point, and Erik Uszysnki added 13.

James Browning and Andrew Clark scored 10 points apiece for Yellow Springs.

Boys Basketball

Brookville 53, National Trail 49: Jacob Gudorf tallied 19 points with eight rebounds and Weston Turner added 10 points with 12 rebounds for Brookville, which will face Anna on Saturday in a D-III sectional final at Vandalia.

Coldwater 53, Jefferson 46: Marcus Bruns chipped in 27 points and Cole Frilling added 12 points with 12 rebounds for Coldwater in a D-III sectional matchup.

Fort Loramie 67, Bradford 40: Dillon Braun poured in 29 points and Austin Siegel tacked on 16 to lead Loramie. Andy Branson had 24 for Bradford. Fort Loramie will face Ansonia on Saturday at Piqua in a D-IV sectional final.

Ansonia 59, Botkins 57: Trevor Alexander scored 19 points and Devyn Sink 15 to help Ansonia hold off a rally effort from Botkins.



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