Catholic Central sophomore Serenity Castle shoots the ball over Tri-Village’s Maddie Downing (33) during their district semifinal game on Monday night at Brookville High School. The Patriots won 62-32. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO BY MICHAEL COOPER

HS Roundup 2/24: Area girls hoops teams advance to district finals

Girls Basketball

DISTRICT TOURNAMENT

Anna 49, Miami East 30: Lauren Barhorst paced Anna with 18 points and Ella Doseck added 11. Camryn Miller finished with 10 points for Miami East.

Fort Loramie 66, Riverside 6: Dana Rose tallied 14 points with five steals and five rebounds to pace unbeaten Fort Loramie. Kennedi Gephart and Kenzie Hoelscher each added 12 points.

Franklin Monroe 43, Troy Christian 23: Franklin Monroe used a 9-0 run in the middle of the game to take off, improving to 25-2 with the win. Corina Conley totaled 23 points and Belle Cable 10.

Mechanicsburg 59, Botkins 29: Grace Forrest netted 14 of her 22 points in the first half and Kasey Schipfer added 17 points with ten rebounds for ‘Burg. Carmen Heuker led Botkins with 14 points.

Tri-Village 62, Catholic Central 32: Morgan Hunt poured in 27 points, Lissa Siler added 15 and Maddie Downing 11 for Tri-Village, which improved to 24-1. Abbigail Peterson paced Catholic Central with 11 points.

Versailles 62, Madison 39: Brooke Stonebraker scored 18 points and Lindsey Winner 16 for Versailles, which advanced to a seventh consecutive district final. Ally King posted 15 points for Madison.

Waynesville 43, West Liberty-Salem 30: Leah Butterbaugh chipped in 22 points and Carli Brown tacked on 11 for Waynesville. Emily Hollar had 13 points to lead WLS.

Boys Basketball

Midwest Athletic Conference All-MAC Teams: Michael Stammen was unanimously chosen as player of the year and Travis Swank was picked as the coach of the year after Versailles completed an unbeaten run in conference play.

PREP RESULTS

Girls Basketball

DISTRICT TOURNAMENT

Monday’s Results

Division I

At Troy

Springboro 53, Centerville 50: George (C) 21;

Fairmont 36, Beavercreek 14: Westbeld (F) 10.

At Butler

Wayne 66, Miamisburg 29

At Sycamore

Mt. Notre Dame 86, Edgewood 25: Bransford, Phelia (MND) 21; Stephen, Hunt (E) 6.

Lakota West 66, Fairfield 31: Gray (LW) 16; Mills (F) 11.

At Lakota East

Walnut Hills 74, Princeton 59

Loveland 55, Mason 41

Division II

At Lebanon

Carroll 40, Badin 22

Valley View 44, Chaminade Julienne 36

At Tecumseh

Tippecanoe 56, Greenville 37

Trotwood 51, Eaton 38

At Walnut Hills

Indian Hill 66, Hughes 49

Roger Bacon 52, Taylor 22

Division III

At Wilmington

Purcell Marian 66, Seven Hills 26

Summit Country Day 55, Taft 41

At Fairfield

Williamsburg 49, Mariemont 45

Bethel Tate 53, Clark Montessori 15

At Covington

Anna 49, Miami East 30: Miller (ME) 10; Barhorst (A) 18.

Versailles 62, Madison 39: King (M) 15; Stonebraker (V) 18.

At Northridge

Arcanum 49, Carlisle 36

Waynesville 43, West Liberty-Salem 30: Butterbaugh (Wa) 22; Hollar (WLS) 13.

Division IV

At Brookville

Tri-Village 62, Catholic Central 32: Hunt (TV) 27; Peterson (CC) 11.

Franklin Monroe 43, Troy Christian 23: Earhart (TC) 9; Conley (FM) 23.

At Sidney

Fort Loramie 66, Riverside 6: Rose (FL) 14.

Mechanicsburg 59, Botkins 29: Forrest (M) 22; Heuker (B) 14.

At Monroe

Legacy Christian 69, Felicity Franklin 40

Cin. Country Day 62, Cedarville 12

REPORTING RESULTS

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