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PREP RESULTS

Boys Basketball

Tuesday’s Results

Badin 60, Northwest 34

Beavercreek 59, Western Hills 38: Johnson (B) 14; Marsh (WH) 12.

Bellbrook 1, Oakwood 42: Crouch (B) 19.

Brookville 56, Franklin 51: Denlinger (B) 21.

Butler 74, Versailles 69: Justice (B) 25; Ahrens (V) 41.

Carlisle 86, Dixie 76: Shepherd (C) 23; Worley (D) 31.

Cin. Christian 51, New Miami 38: Ringer (CC) 13; Robinette (NM) 13.

Coldwater 58, Parkway 46: Albers, Wenning (C) 15.

Dayton Christian 60, Jefferson 32: Welker (DC) 17; Bosen (J) 9.

Dumbar 69, Thurgood Marshall 61

Emmanuel Christian 53, Yellow Springs 36: Davis (EC) 18; Browning (YS) 18.

Fenwick 56, Monroe 44: DeHart (M) 14.

Franklin Monroe 60, Tri County North 46

Greeneview 50, Greenon 41: Schneider (Grv) 25; Rice (Grn) 10.

Hamilton 85, Sycamore 80, OT: Howard (H) 28; Goodyear (S) 17.

Indian Lake 61, Ben Logan 49

Lakota East 65, Mason 53: Wieland (LE) 28; Knue (M) 25.

LaSalle 49, Chaminade Julienne 46: Haubner (L) 25; Nauseef (CJ) 20.

Legacy Christian 64, Middletown Christian 50

Madison 40, Northridge 38: Whisman (M) 23; Hines (N) 14.

Miamisburg 60, Centerville 52: Hubbard, Hartman (M) 16; Marchal (C) 18.

Miami East 63, Newton 27: Heim, Hahn, Taynor (ME) 11; Jackson (N) 9.

Middletown 58, Fairfield 44: Williams (M) 17; Brown (F) 17.

National Trail 61, Mississinawa Valley 46: Mason (NT) 20; Bowman (MV) 12.

New Knoxville 51, Botkins 30: Tinnerman (NK) 15; Heuker (B) 9.

Piqua 61, Xenia 55: Schmiesing (P) 22; Evans (X) 16.

Ponitz 56, Belmont 53: Bailey (P) 17; Furlow (B) 14.

Princeton 66, Lakota West 39: Hunter (P) 32; Wagner (LW) 13.

Ross 82, Talawanda 54: Angel (R) 29; James (T) 22.

Stivers 67, Meadowdale 53: Latimore (S) 21; Leonard (M) 20.

Triad 62, Mechanicsburg 57: LeVan, Harlan (T) 21; Young (M) 20.

Troy Christian 72, Miami Valley 37: Anderson (TC) 18.

Twin Valley South 68, Bradford 52: Bowman (TVS) 20; Branson (B) 21.

Urbana 55, Graham 51

Valley View 61, Eaton 52: Herman (VV) 23; Manning (E) 30.

Girls Basketball

Monday’s Results

Badin 44, Hamilton 24: Broermann (B) 19; Riggins (H) 13.

Carlisle 53, National Trail 45: Erisman (C) 15; Byrd (NT) 15.

Chaminade Julienne 52, Tri-Village 48: Jones (CJ) 12; Downing, Siler (TV) 17.

Edgewood 43, Winton Woods 36

Fairmont 61, Bellbrook 47: Morgan-Elliott (F) 20; Vine (B) 17.

Fenwick 53, Mariemont 34

Franklin Monroe 54, Milton Union 27: Conley (FM) 23; Dickison (MU) 12.

Graham 60, Triad 54: Nash (G) 23.

Greeneview 54, Stebbins 45

Houston 56, Mississinawa Valley 23

Legacy Christian 61, Middletown Christian 20: Riddle, Combs (LC) 12.

Madison 50, Oakwood 44: Saunders (M) 18; Ketterer (O) 11.

Northeastern 52, Urbana 31: Stoops (U) 12.

Northmont 59, Eaton 29

Piqua 47, Bellefontaine 43: Stewart (P) 11.

Ponitz 55, Belmont 18

Springfield 75, Catholic Central 58: Perdue (S) 37; Peterson (CC) 17.

Stivers 57, Meadowdale 18: Fletcher (S) 30; Kindred (M) 6.

Talawanda 64, Goshen 54: Brown (T) 38; Garr (G) 29.

Waynesville 84, Northridge 22: Murray (W) 20; Reeder (N) 16.

Tuesday’s Results

Coldwater 53, Wapakoneta 39: Gilliland, Diller (C) 12.

Fort Loramie 65, Sidney 35: Meiring (FL) 20; Kindle (S) 19.

Greenon 72, Northeastern 57

Lehman Catholic 59, Bradford 43: McIver, O’Leary (LC) 15; Miller (B) 22.

Milton Union 57, Twin Valley South 41: Dickison (MU) 16; Shafer (TVS) 15.

Spencerville 51, New Bremen 41: Grigsby (S) 17; Jones (NB) 11.

West Carrollton 55, Meadowdale 29: Bertke (WC) 22; Bradfield (M) 17.

Boys Bowling

Monday’s Results

Southeastern 2402, Greenon 2283

Girls Bowling

Monday’s Results

Greenon 2184, Southeastern 1881

Tuesday’s Results

Graham 2386, West Liberty-Salem 2145

REPORTING RESULTS

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