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Girls Basketball

Valley View 51, Bellbrook 50: Hunter Stidham scored 25 points, including a half-court shot at the buzzer to secure the win for Valley View.

Dixie 38, Northridge 35: Mckinlee Ruppert scored 12 points, Mariah Harlow 11 and Sydney Creamer 10 for Dixie.

Franklin 52, Little Miami 34: Layne Ferrell tallied 24 points and Emily Newton 10 for Franklin.

Milton-Union 52, Madison 50: Beyonce Bobbitt recorded 25 points with 11 rebounds to lead MU in the close win. Kenzi Sanders had 22 for Madison.

Oakwood 51, Brookville 32: Lauren Hapgood put up 16 points and Marge Conrath chipped in 10 to lead Oakwood.

Kenton Ridge 66, Bellefontaine 36: Mikala Morris exploded for 38 points in the win for KR.

Dunbar 42, Stivers 34: Monet Allen tallied 18 points and Aria Cole added 12 for Dunbar. Maya Randolph had 10 for Stivers.

Ponitz 53, Meadowdale 6: Tabitha Romaine paced Ponitz with 10 points.

West Liberty-Salem 50, Greenon 45: Gabby Hollar tallied 16 points for WLS, which improved to 8-1 in conference play.

Northeastern 58, Southeastern 39: Hayley Suchland poured in 34 points for Northeastern.

Greeneview 48, West Jefferson 15: Kenzie Harding had 14 points and Gabby Boyer and Frankie Fife added on 10 apiece for Greeneview.

Triad 57, Madison Plains 21: Cati LeVan had 12 points and Triad got off to a quick start with a 26-4 run in the first quarter.

Dayton Christian 47, East Dayton Christian 25: Camryn Collinsworth put up 17 points with nine rebounds to pace DC.

Tri-County North 65, Miami Valley 43: Aubrey Stupp poured in a career-high 43 points, setting a school record for TCN.

Covington 67, Ansonia 51: Samantha Whiteman tallied 27 points, including her 1,000th career point, for Covington.

Miami East 65, Tri-Village 59: Morgan Haney led East with 19 points. Trisa Porter and Lissa Siler had 17 apiece for TV.

Newton 65, National Trail 26: Mallory Dunlevy and Tatum McBride each recorded 14 points for Newton.

Franklin Monroe 63, Twin Valley South 22: Corina Conley’s double-double effort of 13 points and 14 rebounds led Franklin Monroe.

Lehman Catholic 61, Upper Scioto Valley 39: Kaycee Carroll led Lehman with 21 points.

Fort Loramie 32, Anna 29: Kenzie Hoelscher had 10 points for Fort Loramie.

Fort Recovery 36, New Bremen 20: Val Muhlenkamp carried FR with 15 points. Jane Homan had 10 for NB.

Delphos SJ’s 40, New Knoxville 37: Paige Gaynier scored 10 of her 17 in the second half to lead DSJ. Morgan Leffel led NK with 11.

Coldwater 61, Parkway 39: Kourtney Diller scored a career-high 31 points to lead Coldwater.

Versailles 55, Marion Local 17: Caitlin and Hailey McEldowney combined for 17 points to lead a balanced Versailles attack.

Minster 65, St. Henry 25: Courtney Prenger paced Minster with 20 points.

Boys Basketball

New Miami 83, SCPA 45: Deanza Duncan tallied 22 points, Jordan Robinette added 14, Trey Robinette 13 and Ronnie Bowman 10 for New Miami.


Ben Logan Double Dual: Nick Kline, Brian Chmielewski, Kobe Boggs, Josh Fink, Seth Obringer, Desmond Brown, Drew Waite, Nolan Tobe and Thomas Schwieterman each went 2-0 to lead Coldwater in wins over Fairbanks and Ben Logan.

Boys Bowling

Coldwater 2948, New Bremen 2602: Caden Seitz rolled a 353 series to help Coldwater move to 7-0 in conference play and 9-0 overall.

Girls Bowling

West Liberty-Salem 1819, Graham 1805: Katie Rollins led the way with a 322 series and Hailee Clifford added a 316 for WLS.

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