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Boys Basketball

Sectional Tournament

Division I

Tuesday’s Games

At Lakota West

Princeton 72, Western Hills 22

Sycamore 52, Edgewood 39

At Fairfield

Elder 60, Mason 58: Harp (E) 21; Pedelty (M) 22.

LaSalle 63, Hamilton 57: Haubner (L) 26; Robinson (H) 17.

At Hamilton

Lakota East 56, Milford 29

Winton Woods 61, Walnut Hills 39

At Centerville

Springfield 77, Springboro 60: Moss (Sf) 24.

Sidney 56, Beavercreek 45: Gordon (S) 27; Alessandro (B) 16.

At Butler

Centerville 63, Northmont 52: Shelton (C) 14; Lewis (N) 16.

Wayne 55, Tecumseh 16

Division II

Monday’s Games

At Trent Arena

Fenwick 67, Clinton Massie 40: Laake (CM) 14; Engelmeier (F) 19.

Dunbar 66, Thurgood Marshall 54: McComb (TM) 19; Smith, Gardner (D) 15.

Tuesday’s Games

At Mason

Aiken 58, McNicholas 50

Hughes 76, Sum. Country Day 57

At Springfield

Northridge 66, Meadowdale 53

Trotwood 93, Northwestern 45

At Trent Arena

Alter 60, Badin 49: Willits (A) 15; Mathews (B) 13.

Chaminade Julienne 56, Bellbrook 45: Nauseef (CJ) 21; Crouch (B) 17.

At Findlay

Celina 57, St. Marys 45

Division III

Tuesday’s Games

At Western Brown

Clark Montessori 55, Georgetown 52

Madeira 66, East Clinton 43

At Princeton

Purcell Marian 79, Finneytown 43

Seven Hills 62, Williamisburg 47

At Northmont

West Liberty-Salem 52, Greeneview 40: Eggleston (WLS) 11; Clevenger (G) 13.

Versailles 66, Milton-Union 23: Ahrens (V) 21.

At Elida

Fort Recovery 72, Liberty-Benton 59

Division IV

Tuesday’s Games

At Piqua

Russia 61, Lehman Catholic 35: Depore (R) 20; Gilardi (LC) 13.

Jackson Center 32, Fairlawn 27: Sosby (JC) 13; Brautigan (F) 14.

At Taylor

Middletown Christian 63, Felicity Franklin 41

Cin. College Prep 81, New Miami 72

At Troy

Tri-Village 68, Miami Valley 53

Emmanuel Christian 70, Franklin Monroe 54

At Lima Bath

Temple Christian 59, Ridgemont 24

New Bremen 63, Perry 54

At Coldwater

Waynesfield-Goshen 66, Ada 59: Campbell (WG) 20; Swaney (A) 16.

New Knoxville 40, Allen East 28: Lageman (NK) 15; Crumrine (AE) 8.

Girls Basketball

Sectional Tournament

Division I

Monday’s Games

At Lakota East

Lakota West 60, Little Miami 21: Grake (LM) 6; Prohaska (LW) 19.

At Troy

Fairmont 52, Tecumseh 35: Thomas (T) 14; Bartley (F) 20.

Wayne 41, Springboro 30

At Butler

Beavercreek 48, Centerville 38

Tuesday’s Games

At Lakota East

Walnut Hills 47, Sycamore 44

Mason 53, Ursuline 34

At Sycamore

Mount Notre Dame 49, Fairfield 35

McAuley 81, West Clermont 52

Division II

Monday’s Games

At Lebanon

Franklin 44, Monroe 39: Wells-Daniels (M) 16; Ferrell (F) 18.

Bellbrook 53, Valley View 45: Hofacker (B) 17; Stidham (VV) 21.

At Walnut Hills

Roger Bacon 60, Northwest 46

Goshen 42, Bethel-Tate 30

Tuesday’s Games

At Tecumseh

Carroll 52, Trotwood 41: Bush (C) 21; McGruder (T) 14.

Tippecanoe 48, Kenton Ridge 43

Division III

Monday’s Games

At Fairfield

Summit Country Day 59, Aiken 15

Williamsburg 52, Gamble Montessori 46

Tuesday’s Games

At Wilmington

Purcell Marian 63, East Clinton 35

Madeira 45, Cin. Country Day 41

At Covington

Versailles 65, Dayton Christian 23

Anna 36, Preble Shawnee 24

At Trotwood

Waynesville 59, Milton Union 29: Murray, Sizer (W) 15; Dickison (MU) 15.

West Liberty-Salem 42, Greeneview 38

Division IV

Monday’s Games

At Monroe

Legacy Christian 46, Fayetteville Perry 19

Cedarville 55, Southeastern 17

Tuesday’s Games

At Brookville

Covington 56, Franklin Monroe 44: Crowell (C) 20; Morris, Cable (FM) 12.

Tri-Village 56, Newton 41: Porter (TV) 18; Wolfe (N) 15.


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