HS Roundup 1/31: Dramatic action out of the GMC

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A pair of GMC basketball games came down to the wire on Friday.

It took four overtimes, but the Sycamore girls defeated rival Mason, 72-67, in four overtimes Friday night. Meanwhile, in other league action, Lakota West’s boys downed Middletown 61-59.

The Middies started slow — they were down at half 33-18 — and fell just short. West’s Julian Mackey had 31. Four Middletown scorers — Tywan Hall, Kelvin Shealey, Johrdon Mumford and Will Williams — scored ten or more.

Boys Basketball

Coldwater 50, New Knoxville 35: Tyler Schwieterman had 13 points and 8 rebounds for Coldwater. Max Henschen had 13 for the Rangers.

Miamisburg 69, Lebanon 60: Colin Murphy’s 20 points paced the Vikings past Lebanon.

Alter 55, Roger Bacon 43: Brady Uhl had 26, Conor Stolly had 15 as Alter pulled away late from Roger Bacon.

Jefferson 56, Miami Valley 49: Janson Kincer led Jefferson with 23.

Oak Hills 54, Fairfield 39: Austin Dennis dropped 20 as Oak Hills pulled away in the fourth quarter to win.

Princeton 65, Hamilton 51: A strong second half pushed Princeton to the win; Kahlil Davis had 15 and Bowen Hardman had 19. Hamilton’s Trey Robinson scored 27.

Lakota East 45, Colerain 19: Alex Mangold led all scorers with 13. East led 24-10 after the first half.

West-Liberty Salem 47, Fairbanks 28: A strong defensive effort lifted West-Liberty Salem to the win Friday. Matthew Loffing had 16 for 11-5 WLS.

Perry 53, Lehman Catholic 34: Perry, 12-4, got 15 from Chaz Jackson and 13 from Jeffery Simpson.

Fenwick 64, Badin 52: Fenwick built a nearly 20-point lead in the fourth and held on to win. Dan Luers and AJ Braun both had 16. Badin’s Josh Hegeman and Zach Switzer both had 12.

Versailles 45, Minster 43: Michael Stammen had 15 for Versailles, while Justin Nixon shot well from the floor and scored 20 for Minster.

Tri-County North 59, Newton 54: Kleyson Wehrley had 19 for Newton.

National Trail 49, Tri-Village 40: Cameron Harrison had 17, Tyler Weathington 15 and Zach Woodall 10 for the Blazers, who are now 16-3.

Dayton Christian 47, Yellow Springs 30: A dominant first quarter led to a 17-point win for the Warriors.

Mechanicsburg 56, Triad 41: Kyle Smith had 21.

Bethel 50, Covington 48: Ethan Rimkus had 23.

McNicholas 52, Chaminade-Julienne 44: Nick Schulte had 17 for McNicholas.

Boys Bowling

West-Liberty Salem 2338, Riverside 2319: Issac Riblet bowled a 232 game for WLS.

Benjamin Logan 2590, Shawnee 2412: Brady Stover bowled a 427 series, while Zach Boger added a 408 series for Ben Logan.

Girls Bowling

Benjamin Logan 2487, Shawnee 1943: Erica Warne bowled a 496 series for Benjamin Logan.

PREP RESULTS

Girls Basketball

Friday’s Results

Sycamore 72, Mason 67 F/ 4OT

Thursday’s Results

Arcanum 57, Newton 38: Deeter (N) 10.

Bradford 65, Mississinawa Valley 28: Harleman (B) 20; Stachler (MV) 7.

Bethel 50, Covington 48

Carlisle 66, Franklin 48

Coldwater 43, New Knoxville 41: Gilliland (C) 16.

Covington 40, Miami East 37: Kimmel, Fraley (C) 10; P. Hunley (ME) 9.

Fort Loramie 89, Jackson Center 16

Fort Recovery 58, Marion Local 39: Vaughn (FR) 16.

Greeneview 64, Greenon 58

Indian Lake 42, Ben Logan 35: Pavoni (BL) 9; Haffer (IL) 12.

Legacy Christian 56, Troy Christian 20: M. Kensinger (LC) 23.

Lehman Catholic 58, Lima Perry 31: McIver (LC) 16.

Mason 74, Sycamore 35

McNicholas 62, Chaminade-Julienne 44: Schulte (M) 17

Mechanicsburg 47, Triad 31: Schipfer (M) 24; F. LeVan (T) 12.

Minster 48, Versailles 35

Monroe 44, Waynesville 37: Frazier (M) 15.

New Bremen 64, Delphos St. John’s 54: Laynier (DSJ) 23; Roetgerman, Bertke (NB) 15.

St. Marys 48, Elida 28

Valley View 65, Eaton 33

West Liberty-Salem 53, Northeastern 31: Weaver (WLS) 13; Stewart (N) 18.

Yellow Springs 48, Dayton Christian 42: Smith (YS) 28; Ogburn (DC) 11.

Boys Basketball

Friday’s Results

Alter 55, Roger Bacon 43: Uhl (A) 26; McGeee (RB) 11

Ansonia 51, Miami East 34

Beavercreek 61, Wayne 50

Butler 60, Troy 66

Coldwater 50, New Knoxville 35: Schiweterman (C) 13; Henschen (NK) 13

Dayton Christian 47, Yellow Springs 30

Fenwick 64, Badin 52: Luers, Braun (F) 16; Hegeman, Switzer (B) 12.

Franklin 69, Valley View 55

Jefferson 56, Miami Valley 49: Kincer (J) 23; Edgerley, Choudsay (MV) 14.

Kenton Ridge 66, Tecumseh 42

Lakota East 45, Colerain 19: Mangold (LE) 13; Sinclair, Tait (C) 4.

Lakota West 61, Middletown 59: Mackey (LW) 31; Mumford, Williams (M) 14.

Mechanicsburg 56, Triad 41

Miamisburg 69, Lebanon 60: Murphy (M) 20

Mississinawa Valley 53, Twin-Valley South 40

Monroe 43, Brookville 37

National Trail 49, Tri-Village 40: Harrison (NT) 17

Oak Hills 54, Fairfield 39: Dennis (OH) 20; Ricks (F) 18

Perry 53, Lehman Catholic 34: Jackson (P) 15; O’Leary (LC) 13.

Princeton 65, Hamilton 51: Hardman (P) 19; Robinson (H) 27

Sidney 64, Xenia 52

Stebbins 79, Fairborn 69

Tippecanoe 66, Greenville 40

Tri-County North 59, Newton 54: Wehrley (N) 19

Versailles 45, Minster 43: Stammen (V) 15; Nixon (M) 20

Waynesville 60, Dixie 41

West Carrollton 77, Piqua 56

West-Liberty Salem 47, Fairbanks 28: Loffing (WLS) 16.

Boys Wrestling

Thursday’s Results

Lakota West 51, Stebbins 19

Springboro 64, Loveland 9

Tippecanoe 54, Greenon 15

Wayne 42, Lakota West 30

Wayne 49, Stebbins 18

Boys Hockey

Thursday’s Results

Talawanda 10, Alter 0

Boys Bowling

Friday’s Results

Benjamin Logan 2590, Shawnee 2412

West-Liberty Salem 2338, Riverside 2319

Thursday’s Results

Mechanicsburg 2794, Greenon 2560

Miamisburg 2538, Springboro 2255

Urbana 2701, Lima Shawnee 2646, West Liberty-Salem 2282, Northeastern 2129

Girls Bowling

Friday’s Results

Benjamin Logan 2487, Shawnee 1943

Riverside 1888, West-Liberty Salem 1673

Thursday’s Results

Springboro 1986, Miamisburg 1796

Urbana 2343, Lima Shawnee 2061, West-Liberty Salem 1940, Northeastern 1826

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