HS Roundup 12/3: Lebanon girls edge Little Miami


Lebanon pulled out a close contest 45-43 versus Little Miami in girls basketball action on Monday.

Ashley West and Bella Dunn tallied 10 points apiece to lead the way for Lebanon.

Girls Basketball

Covington 66, Twin Valley South 34: Sammi Whiteman paced Covington with 19 points, Morgan Kimmel scored 13, Claudia Harrington added 11. Twin Valley South Taylor Bowers scored 13 points.

Chaminade Julienne 51, Clinton-Massie 37: Eve Monaghan scored 14 points. Faith Cottrell scored 14 points for Clinton-Massie.

Fairfield 75, Talawanda 17: Karlee Mills scored 14 points and Addie Kidd added 10 to lead Fairfield. Talawanda’s Sophie Pohlabel scored 10 points.

Miamisburg 58, Carroll 35: Anna Long scored 10 points in a losing effort for Miamisburg.

Northmont 63, Stebbins 36: Katie McCrary paced Northmont with 18 points, Jaquel Bronaugh added 14, MaKayla Cooper tallied 11.

Oakwood 68, Northridge 33: Margie Conrath & Lauren Hapgood both led Oakwood with 19 points, and Ellie Duwell tacked on 13.



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