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Area Prep Results for Nov. 28: Straw leads Lebanon in opener


Alexis Straw poured in 29 points, Rachel Perry added 15 and host Lebanon outlasted Hamilton 65-61 in its girls basketball season opener on Monday.

Perry also grabbed 14 rebounds for the Warriors.

Hamilton (0-2) was led by Cici Riggins with 21 points while DuSuela Rodriguez added 13.

Beavercreek 83, Fairborn 44: Keaira Youngblood drained five three-point baskets on the way to 19 points and Cori Dilsavor added 17 points for ‘Creek (1-0).

Badin 44, Preble Shawnee 33: Emma Broermann scored 14 points for Badin (2-0). Nicole Sims and Jenna Lovely each led Preble Shawnee (0-1) with nine points.

Talawanda 54, Winton Woods 20: Addie Brown singlehandedly outscored Winton Woods with 25 points. Hannah Hurst added 10 points with 9 rebounds and Katlynn Woodruff had 12 rebounds for the Braves (1-0).

Trotwood 47, Chaminade Julienne 43: Taj Thompson paced Trotwood (2-0) with 20 points and Mercedes Woodward added 11. Dallas Jones scored 14 points for CJ (1-2).

SCORES LIST

Girls Basketball

Monday’s Results

Badin 44, Preble Shawnee 33

Beavercreek 83, Fairborn 44

Cin. Christian 54, Lockland 21

Edgewood 43, West Carrollton 39

Lebanon 65, Hamilton 61

Middletown 60, Ross 51

Talawanda 54, Winton Woods 20

Trotwood 47, Chaminade Julienne 43

Valley View 51, Dixie 28

Badin 44, Preble Shawnee 33: Broermann (B) 14; Sims, Lovely (PS) 9. Records: B 2-0, PS 0-1.

Beavercreek 83, Fairborn 44: Powell (F) 16; Youngblood (B) 19. Records: B 1-0, F 0-1.

Lebanon 65, Hamilton 61: Riggins (H) 21; Straw (L) 29. Records: L 1-0, H 0-2.

Talawanda 54, Winton Woods 20: Olverson (WW) 9; Brown (T) 25.

Trotwood 47, Chaminade Julienne 43: Thompson (T) 20; Jones (CJ) 14. Records: T 2-0, CJ 1-2.

Valley View 51, Dixie 28: Ruppert (D) 17.

Sunday’s Results

Lakota West 56, Fairmont 35: Bartley (F) 11; Oxley (LW) 12. Records: LW 2-0, F 1-1.


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