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HS Roundup 12/21: Five score in double digits for Lakota West in win

Don’t doubt the fire of these birds.

Lakota West, now at 5-2, exploded to a 90-38 win over Middletown on Saturday. Five different Firebirds scored in double digits: Chance Gray had 18, Neveah Dean had 16, Kailyn Dudukovich had 15, Amara Flores had 14 and Leah Abribat had 10. As a team, West shot 57.6 percent from the floor and 42.9 percent from three.

Sa’Mill Calhoun had 15 for the Middies, who fell down 17-8 after the first quarter and couldn’t catch up. Keiara Gregory chipped in 11.

Girls Basketball

Waynesville 49, Carlisle 35: Waynesville knocked off previously unbeaten Carlisle by 14 on Saturday. Isabella Cassonni had 14 on 5-of-9 shooting to pace the Warriors.

Springboro 63, Springfield 44: Peyton Nation had 24 points for Springboro; Jordan Hobbs chipped in 19. Springfield’s Mickayla Perdue had 23.

Eaton 64, Franklin 52: Bailey Shepherd had 20 and Ali Mowen dropped 10 for the victorious Eagles.

Tippecanoe 60, Fairborn 40: Leading scorers for Fairborn were Natalie Oktavec (12 points), Jodee Austin (10 points), Nakiah Dunman (7 points) and Cassidy Mustard (6 points).

Yellow Springs 39, Ansonia 37: Yellow Springs needed overtime to scratch out a close win over the Tigers.

Minister 56, Russia 27: Ivy Wolf had 16, Averi Wolf added 14 as Minster ran out to a win Saturday. Russia’s Ashley Scott led her team with 8 points.

Centerville 64, Miamisburg 38: Addison Frymoyer led the scoring with 9.

Sidney 47, Troy 42: Troy’s Macie Taylor dropped 17, hitting 3 three-pointers along the way. Tia Bass had a double-double; 12 points, 13 boards.

Piqua 45, Stebbins 22: Piqua’s Tylah Yeomans scored 22 points on 8-of-9 shooting. Aubree Schrugg grabbed 9 rebounds.

Eaton 64, Franklin 52: Jordan Rogers scores 24 on 9-of-19 shooting for Franklin.

Oak Hills 55, Fairfield 54: Dy’Jhanik Armfield scored 16 and Jaylah Herzog’s double-double pushed Oak Hills. Fairfield’s Karlee Mills scored 27, hitting 3 three-pointers as Fairfield fell to Oak Hills.

Princeton 65, Hamilton 42: Sole Williams dropped 18, Kyla Oldacre scored 8 with 14 boards as Princeton pulled away in the third quarter to defeat Hamilton. Jayden Issacs had 14 for Hamilton.

Lakota East 52, Colerain 36: East’s Claire Vogelmann had 8 points and five rebounds. Colerain’s Abaigeal McNally had 13.

Beavercreek 48, Trotwood 44: Maci Rhoades led the Beavers with 14 as they snuck past Trotwood.

Carroll 53, McNicholas 35: Julia Keller’s 25 points led all scorers as Carroll ran out to a 21-8 lead after the first quarter. Megan Leraas added 10.

Boys Basketball

Miamisburg 66, Valley View 64: What a way to earn program win 1,000. The Vikings overcame the Spartans on the road by two, led by Luke Copsey’s career-high 19. The Vikings stormed back from down 10 to secure the win. Alex Ball chipped in 15 for Miamisburg, 13 of which came in the fourth quarter and overtime.

Jefferson 84, Riverview East 62: D’Shawn Ferguson had 28 points to lead the Broncos to their 3rd win of the season. Riverview East’s Reco Coleman led all scorers with 33 points.

New Knoxville 59, Temple Christian 34: The Rangers put 3 players in double figures led by Carson Bierlein with 31, Patrick Covert with 11 and Owen Carroll with 10.

Coldwater 56, Ayersville 32: Coldwater’s Tyler Schwieterman had 11 points and 13 boards. Ethan Post scored 9.

Alter 89, Mitchell FL 43: Conor Stolly had 16, Brady Uhl led all scorers with 21 and Jack Smith chipped in 17 as Alter won down in the Seahawk Classic at Hilton Head Island in South Carolina.

Minster 70, Mississinawa Valley 52: Trent Roetgerman led Minster with 17, on 7-of-10 shooting. Jacob Salazar added 11. Max Dirmeyer had 11 for Mississinawa Valley.

National Trail 46, Twin Valley South 17: Tyler Weathington had 13 for National Trail.

West-Liberty Salem 68, Fairlawn 62: Holden Nease had 29 for the Tigers, who are now 5-0.

Versailles 54, Russia 48: Michael Stammen had 33 for Versailles, while Mason Dapore led Russia with 23.

Boys Bowling

Coldwater 2892, Parkway 2208: The Cavs are now 4-0, thanks to Trent Berkenstock’s 214-202 for 416, Matt Meinerding’s 211-159 for 370 and Hayden Beougher’s 216-167 for 383.

Girls Bowling

Coldwater 2506, Parkway 1857: The Lady Cavs rolled to 4-0, led by strong outings from Rachel Miller, 169-218 for 387 and Ryleigh Brown, 172-154 for 326.

PREP RESULTS

Boys Basketball

Saturday’s Results

Alter 89, Mitchell FL 43: Uhl (A) 21; Smith, Tang, Kadicglu (M) 8.

Arcanum 59, Eaton 50

Carroll 67, Tecumseh 54

Coldwater 56, Ayersville 32: Schwieterman (CW) 11; Calhoun, Trevino (A) 7.

Fort Recovery 61, Ansonia 46

Harrison 65, Middletown 60

Jefferson 84, Riverview East 62: Ferguson (J) 28; Coleman (RE) 33.

Miamisburg 66, Valley View 64: Copsey (M) 19.

Minster 70, Mississinawa Valley 52: Scholl (MV) 18.

National Trail 46, Twin Valley South 17: Weathington (NT) 13.

New Bremen 57, Anna 54

New Knoxville 59, Temple Christian 394: Bierlein (NK) 31.

Ross 67, Oakwood 62: Stepanak (R) 24; Rubin (O) 24

Versailles 54, Russia 48: Stammen (V) 33; Dapore (R) 23.

West-Liberty Salem 68, Fairlawn 62: Nease (WLS) 29.

Friday’s Results

Ansonia 42, Franklin-Monroe 33: Hemmerich (A) 16.

Badin 65, Carroll 52: Severt (C) 19; Delong (B) 17.

Botkins 82, Houston 54

Brookville 75, Oakwood 71: Eller (B) 30; Rubin (O) 26.

Cedarville 58, Greenon 46: Journell (G) 11; McKinion (C) 17

Chaminade-Julienne 54, Roger Bacon 49: Menker (CJ) 13; Tate (RB) 16.

Cin. Christian 41, Cin. Country Day 38: Adkins (CCD) 13; Swain (CC) 11.

Dayton Christian 45, Yellow Springs 21: Deason, Edwards, Dreier (DC) 8.

Emmanuel Christian 71, Middletown Christian 40: Swank (EC) 27.

Fairlawn 76, Russia 56: A. Piper, S. Piper (F) 22; Dapore, Saunders (R) 9.

Ft. Loramie 50, St. Henry 45: Albers (FL) 17; Link, Lange (SH) 9

Greeneview 69, Southeastern 44: Bair (SW) 14; Caudill (G) 69.

Jefferson 58, Miami Valley 52: Jones (J) 19; Wang, Chardary (MV) 12.

Kenton 66, Celina 30

Kenton Ridge 79, Tecumseh 54

Hamilton 59, Colerain 48: Robinson (H) 21; Myers (C) 13.

Lakota East 60, Middletown 47: Furhmann (LE) 12; Thompson (M) 15.

Lakota West 68, Fairfield 61: Mackey (LW) 27; Ricks (F) 17.

McNicholas 55, Fenwick 48: Brunot (M) 19.

Meadowdale 67, Belmont 55: Hill (M) 27; Moore (B) 12.

Mississinawa Valley 54, Tri-Village 43

Monroe 67, Eaton 40

National Trail 81, Tri-County North 40: Harrison (NT) 21

New Miami 49, Summit 42: Duncan (NM) 24; Dahling (S) 12.

Oak Hills 64, Sycamore 54: Grandison, Wittenbaum (S) 15; Caneris (OH) 20.

Ottawa-Glandorf 52, St Marys 42

Princeton 75, Mason 49: Cooper (M) 11; Hardman (P) 18.

Sidney 73, Troy 68

Springboro 76, Lebanon 49: White (L) 20.

Springfield 63, Wayne 53: Rice (W) 10; Alston (S) 15.

Stebbins 78, Piqua 59: Schrubb (P) 14; Reed (S) 22.

Tippecanoe 63, Fairborn 47: Knostman (T) 25; Lewis (F) 18.

Troy Christian 39, Legacy Christian Academy 21: Peters (TC) 9; Carson (LCA) 5.

Upper Scioto Valley 58, Lehman Catholic 37: Sander (USV) 24; Frantz (LC) 21.

Valley View 62, Bellbrook 61: Ferguson (VV) 19; Pavlak (B) 16.

Versailles 38, Marion Local 34

Waynesville 62, East Clinton 37: Dotson (W) 13

West Liberty-Salem 71, Triad 46

Xenia 58, Greenville 44: Hoosier (X) 14; Wood (G) 14.

Girls Basketball

Saturday’s Results

Arcanum 75, National Trail 34: O’Daniel, Gray (A) 18.

Beavercreek 48, Trotwood 44: Huffman (T) 19; Rhoades (B) 14.

Bellbrook 64, Franklin 52

Bethel 55, Newton 43: Hughes (N) 11.

Botkins 46, Jackson Center 19: Paul (B) 13.

Carroll 53, McNicholas 35: Keller (C) 25; Geygan (M) 13.

Catholic Central 34, West Jefferson 28: Peterson (CC) 11.

Centerville 64, Miamisburg 38: Frymoyer (M) 9; McMahon (C) 26.

Dixie 37, Mississinawa Valley 24

Eaton 64, Franklin 52: Shepherd (E) 20.

Fairlawn 50, Houston 46: Huelskamp (F) 17.

Fort Loramie 56, Anna 24: Meiring (FL) 13; Barhorst (A) 13.

Fort Recovery 70, Arcanum 49: Muhlenkamp, Vaughn (FR) 16; Gray (A) 15.

Greenville 48, Xenia 39

Lakota East 52, Colerain 36: Vogelmann (LE) 8; McNally (C) 13.

Lakota West 90, Middletown 38: Gray (LW) 18, Calhoun (M) 15.

Minster 56, Russia 27: Wolf (M) 16; Scott (R) 8

Mount Notre Dame 68, Lebanon 32

Oak Hills 55, Fairfield 54: Armfield (OH) 16; Mills (F) 27.

Princeton 65, Hamilton 42: Williams (P) 18; Issacs (H) 14.

Riverside 52, Triad 49: Sanford (R) 20; F. LeVan (T) 22.

Sidney 47, Troy 42: Brewer (S) 16.

Springboro 63, Springfield 44: Nation (Sb) 24; Perdue (Sf) 23.

St. Marys 53, Arlington 45

Tippecanoe 60, Fairborn 40: Oktavec (T) 12.

Tri-Village 52, St. Henry 46: Ma. Downing (TV) 17.

Troy Christian 44, New Bremen 41

Wapakoneta 35, Bellefontaine 24: Wilson (W) 12.

Wayne 77, Northmont 26

Waynesville 49, Carlisle 35: Cassoni (W) 14

Yellow Springs 39, Ansonia 37

Friday’s Results

Butler 61, West Carrollton 37: Neely (B) 19.

Yellow Springs 41, Dayton Christian 35: Smith (YS) 28; McAfee (DC) 9.

Boys Bowling

Saturday’s Results

Coldwater 2892, Parkway 2208

Friday’s Results

Greeneview 2433, Riverside 1949

Girls Bowling

Saturday’s Results

Coldwater 2506, Parkway 1857

New Bremen 1982, Fort Recovery 1833

Friday’s Results

Riverside 1942, Greeneview 1802

Hockey

Saturday’s Results

Talawanda 7, Hudson 4

Friday’s Results

Beavercreek 17, Troy 0

Wrestling

Saturday’s Results

Firebird Wrestling Classic XV

Upper Arlington (362), Tecumseh (210), Fairmont (205), Louisville KY St. Xavier (203), Ashland Crestview (190), Hilliard Bradley (166), Wapakoneta (165), Eaton (117), Stebbins (89), Carroll (88)

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