HS Roundup 12/5: Perdue paces Springfield girls in rally victory


Mickayla Perdue poured in 30 points to help Springfield rally for a 59-48 win versus Miamisburg in girls basketball action Wednesday.

Perdue tacked on seven rebounds and nine steals and Trinity Morton-Nooks added 14 points with 10 rebounds.

Olivia Hammerle had 19 points and Anna Long 12 for ‘Burg.

Girls Basketball

Alter 63, Hartley 50: Katie Kernan and Julia Paley each scored 10 points for Alter.

Beavercreek 54, Wayne 53: Alyssa Hall of Beavercreek led with 21 points, Kirsten Williams added 12. Destiny Bohanon of Wayne scored 17 points and Aubryanna Hall and Nyla Hampton had 11 apiece.

Bellefontaine 37, Northwestern 30: Aubrey Stolly scored 19 points and Hannah Rader tacked on 11 for Bellefontaine. Abbie Grieser led Northwestern with 10 points.

Centerville 70, Fairmont 47: Amy Velasco paced Centerville with 20 points, Alexis Hutchison added 13, McMahon 11 and Kenzie Smith 10. Madison Bartley of Fairmont scored 18 points and Madeline Westbeld 15.

Lakota East 61, Colerain 36: Megan Hatfield had 17 points and Jessica Motley 15 to lead Lakota East.

Lakota West 87, Middletown 26: Chance Gray led four players in double-digit scoring for Lakota West with 14 points.

Tecumseh 102, Ben Logan 32: Macie Berner led Tecumseh with 33 points, Presley Griffitts added 19, and Mackenzie Pauley tacked on 18 more.

Trotwood-Madison 74, West Carrollton 21: Sha’Mya Leigh paced Trotwood-Madison 17 points.

Boys Bowling

Wilmington 2506, Unioto 2390, Greeneview 2297: Grant Pickard bowled a 437 series for Wilmington and Braedon Brenneman had a 415 for Greeneview.

Girls Bowling

Bellefontaine 2244, Ben Logan 2235: Kaylee Nicholas rolled a 370 series and Tayler Bryant added a 330 for Ben Logan.



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