HS Scores 1/22: ‘Boro beats East, Tecumseh edges Miamisburg


Boys Basketball

Monday’s Results

New Miami 84, SCPA 36: Duncan (NM) 21; McEachin (SCPA) 14.

Girls Basketball

Monday’s Results

Beavercreek 43, Bellbrook 28: Dilsavor (Bea) 12; Hofacker (Bel) 6.

Bethel 51, Piqua 46: Hawthorn (B) 14; Stewart (P) 17.

Botkins 54, Indian Lake 23: Bergman (B) 18.

Brookville 39, Twin Valley South 29: Bronner (B) 12; Shafer (TVS) 11.

Butler 52, Bellefontaine 34: Knight (B) 17.

Cedarville 60, Triad 41: Thomas (T) 10; Bolender (C) 24.

Chaminade Julienne 49, Fairborn 30: Oktavec (F) 14; Jones (CJ) 15.

Fenwick 51, Oakwood 43: Beckman (F) 18; Hapgood (O) 11.

Franklin 60, Milton-Union 38: Ferrell (F) 23; Dickison (MU) 11.

Greeneview 68, Kenton Ridge 56: Fife (G) 17; Morris (KR) 20.

Legacy Christian 67, Yellow Springs 33: Riddle (LC) 18.

Madison 54, Carlisle 35: Campbell (M) 15; Erisman (C) 20.

Middletown Christian 38, Jefferson 30: Veal (MC) 14.

Northmont 72, Pointz 35

Spg. Shawnee 37, Catholic Central 32: Peterson (CC) 14.

Springboro 50, Lakota East 41: Thomas (S) 9; Motley (LE) 11.

Tecumseh 59, Miamisburg 50: Pringle (M) 13; Thomas (T) 19.

Tippecanoe 53, Carroll 39: Stewart (T) 23; Stevens (C) 10.

Tri-Village 40, Russia 22: Siler (TV) 11.

Valley View 40, Edgewood 34: Stidham (VV) 25; Stephen (E) 11.

West Liberty-Salem 59, Mechanicsburg 47: K. Schipfer (M) 22; Lauck (WLS) 20.

Wilmington 51, Talawanda 42: Brown (T) 15; Zerby (W) 19.

Boys Bowling

Monday’s Results

Fairbanks 2250, Southeastern 1982

Girls Bowling

Monday’s Results

Fairbanks 2010, Southeastern 1559

Wrestling

Monday’s Results

Butler 44, Versailles 27

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