HS Scores 3/2: Emmanuel Christian wins first sectional title


Boys Basketball

Sectional Tournament

Division I

Friday’s Games

At Lakota West

Princeton 79, Sycamore 45

At Hamilton

Lakota East 60, La Salle 54

At Fairfield

Elder 56, Winton Woods 51

At Centerville

Springfield 64, Sidney 63: Moss (Sp) 18; Roberts (Si) 19.

At Butler

Wayne 60, Centerville 46

Division II

Friday’s Games

At Springfield

Trotwood 96, Northridge 49

Carroll 39, Spg. Shawnee 33

Division III

Thursday’s Games

At Butler

Dayton Christian 51, Preble Shawnee 48: Welker (DC) 22; Bates (PS) 20.

Stivers 60, Twin Valley South 45

Friday’s Games

At Princeton

Deer Park 66, Fayetteville Perry 29

Purcell Marian 60, Seven Hills 46

At Elida

Fort Recovery 54, Van Buren 46: Jutte (FR) 18.

Coldwater 60, Lima Central Catholic 54

Division IV

Friday’s Games

At Piqua

Russia 37, Jackson Center 21: Kearns (R) 10; Platfoot, Sosby (JC) 5.

At Troy

Emmanuel Christian 61, Tri-Village 48: Davis (EC) 16.

At Lima Bath

Marion Local 63, Temple Christian 33

New Bremen 72, Upper Scioto Valley 35

At Coldwater

Minster 78, New Knoxville 53: Schulze (M) 19; Tinnerman (NK) 16.

St. Henry 58, Waynesfield-Goshen 27: Schlarman (SH) 17; Hurley, Waitman (WG) 6.

At Van Wert

Crestview 55, Parkway 48

Girls Basketball

Sectional Tournament

Division II

Thursday’s Games

At Paulding

Defiance 45, St. Marys Memorial 35: Mele (SM) 17.

Division III

Thursday’s Games

At Elida

Crestview 69, Coldwater 58

Division IV

Thursday’s Games

At Wapakoneta

Fort Recovery 58, Ridgemont 24

Minster 51, New Bremen 33

District Tournament

Division II

Friday’s Games

At Mason

Tippecanoe 51, Goshen 36

Bellbrook 65, Roger Bacon 52: Hall (B) 20; Sheppard (RB) 10.

Franklin 53, Carroll 51, 3OT

REPORTING RESULTS

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