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HS Roundup 1/10: Harrison scores 27 in National Trail win

Cameron Harrison poured in 27 points, Zach Woodall added 12 and National Trail cruised to a 54-36 win versus Covington in Friday night boys basketball.

Trail got off to a hot start, building a double-digit lead by half to roll to 11-1 overall and 6-0 in league play.

Kadin Presser put up 11 points for Covington.

Boys Basketball

Alter 45, Badin 42: Brady Uhl scored 13 points and Alter held on late to win a ninth straight game. Spencer Giesting chipped in 10 points for Badin.

Butler 38, Tippecanoe 36: Tyler Montague drained a three-point shot at the buzzer to give Butler the edge.

Centerville 53, Lebanon 44: Rich Rolf paced Centerville with 13 points and Gabe Cupps and Tom House added nine apiece.

CHCA 74, New Miami 54: Jordan Robinette posted 21 points and Deanza Duncan 14 in the loss for New Miami.

Coldwater 44, Minster 42: Noah Miller drained a pair of foul shots to put Coldwater ahead in the closing seconds.

Delphos SJ’s 53, Fort Recovery 47, OT: Brady Parrish put up 18 points and DSJ improved to 10-0. Clay Schmitz and Regan Martin each had 13 points for Fort Recovery.

Emmanuel Christian 49, Troy Christian 39: Fred Shropshire scored 17 of his 21 points in the second half and Emmanuel Christian handed Troy Christian its first loss in conference play. Isaac Gray led Troy Christian with 18 points.

Fort Loramie 69, Fairlawn 64, OT: Nate Meyer finished with 23 points and Caeleb Meyer added 14 to lead Fort Loramie. Ashton Piper had 28 points for Fairlawn.

Franklin 76, Eaton 73: Zack Minton chipped in 19 points to pace Franklin, which improved to 9-1, in a rally win. Trevor Long led Eaton with 22 points.

Greeneview 51, West Liberty-Salem 45: Gabe Caudill led the way for Greeneview with 23 points. Jack Eggleston had 12 points for WLS.

Greenon 64, Fairbanks 51: Mason Potter put up 16 points, Cade Rice added 15 and Jaden Journell 10 to lead Greenon.

Jackson Center 47, Russia 29: Clay Akers scored nine of his 15 points in the fourth quarter to lead Jackson Center. Aidan Reichert added 12 points.

Kenton Ridge 48, Springfield Shawnee 45: Collin Perkins tallied a career-high 21 points to pace Kenton Ridge. Isaac Siemon scored 19 points for Shawnee.

Lakota East 34, Hamilton 32: Alex Mangold chipped in 19 points with 12 rebounds to pace Lakota East. Ke’von Burnett scored 12 points for Hamilton.

Lehman Catholic 31, Hardin Northern 25: Brendan O’Leary netted 12 points, Luke Frantz 10 and Justin Chapman hauled in 10 rebounds to lead Lehman Catholic.

Mason 43, Lakota West 41: Alex Afari had 12 points with eight rebounds for Lakota West but Mason went on a 12-4 run in the final quarter to take the lead.

Miamisburg 58, Beavercreek 53: Anthony Coppock chipped in 21 points and Colin Murphy 14 for ‘Burg. Yousef Saleh led ‘Creek with 16 points and Chris Herbort tacked on 12.

Middletown 50, Sycamore 44: Will Williams recorded 18 points, Rob Thompson 16 and Johrdon Mumford 12 for Middletown.

Mississinawa Valley 57, Franklin Monroe 52, OT: Blake Scholl totaled 19 points, Max Dirmeyer 12 and Cody Dirksen 11 for MV. FM was led by Aidan Luchini with 19 points.

Newton 53, Bradford 43: Ross Ferrell and Hudson Montgomery led the way for Newton with 10 points apiece.

Preble Shawnee 77, Madison 60: Sam Agee poured in 31 points to pace Preble Shawnee.

Purcell Marian 48, Chaminade Julienne 45: Jared Baldock finished with 14 points for Purcell Marian. A.J. Solomon scored 11 points to lead CJ.

Ross 52, Talawanda 35: Cole Gronas tallied 13 points, C.J. Boze 11 and Sam Nunn 10 as Ross poured in 29 points in the final quarter to pull away for its fifth consecutive win.

Springboro 60, Fairmont 52: Willieon Yates recorded 16 points and Noah Moser 13 for ‘Boro, which rallied from a 10-point deficit at the half for the win.

Stivers 88, Phoenix International 24: DaJuan Allen chipped in 31 points, Brendan Crump added 15 and Antonnio Aubrey and Ivynn Spears tacked on 14 apiece for Stivers.

St. Henry 53, New Bremen 41: Riley Link recorded 18 points, Matt Bertke added 14 and Jackson Heath hauled in 11 rebounds for St. Henry. Reece Busse paced New Bremen with 14 points.

St. Marys 54, Van Wert 39: LeTrey Williams tallied 18 points and St. Marys won a fifth consecutive game.

Tecumseh 76, Bellefontaine 55: Easton Lewis exploded for 30 points, Collin O’Connor added 14 and Tyler Dysinger 13 for Tecumseh, which snapped a six-game losing skid.

Trotwood 77, Wayne 73: Trotwood went on a 15-6 run in the second half to take control, winning a seventh straight and handing Wayne a second consecutive loss.

Troy 60, Piqua 47: Austin Stanaford led four players in double-digit scoring for Troy with 12 points. Jaden Owens, Tre Archie and Shaeden Olden each added 11. Devon Sever scored 11 points for Piqua.

Xenia 63, Fairborn 57: Dylan Hoosier tallied 19 points, Shawn Thigpen 15 and Isaiah Hoyt 10 for Xenia. Dwight Lewis led Fairborn with 23 points.

SCORES LIST

Boys Basketball

Friday’s Results

Alter 45, Badin 42: Uhl (A) 13, Giesting (B) 10.

Anna 66, Botkins 38

Brookville 46, Bellbrook 29

Celina 45, Elida 41

CHCA 74, New Miami 54: Lloyd (CHCA) 17; Robinette (NM) 21.

Coldwater 44, Minster 42: Miller (C) 11; Nixon (N) 14.

Delphos St John’s 53, Ft. Recovery 47

Emmanuel Christian 49, Troy Christian 39: Shropshire (EC) 21; Gray (TC) 18.

Fort Loramie 69, Fairlawn 64 F/OT: N. Meyer (FL) 23; A. Piper (F) 28.

Greeneview 51, West-Liberty Salem 45: Eggleston (WLS) 23.

Greenon 64, Fairbanks 51: Potter (G) 16; Green (F) 17.

Jackson Center 47, Russia 29: Akers (JC) 15.

Lakota East 34, Hamilton 32: Mangold (LE) 19; Burnett (H) 12.

Lehman Catholic 31, Hardin Northern 25: O’Leary (LC) 12; Robinson (H) 13.

Preble Shawnee 77, Madison 60: Agee (PS) 31; Whitman (M) 22.

Mason 43, Lakota West 41: Greer (M) 19; Afari (LW) 12.

Miamisburg 58, Beavercreek 53: Coppock (M) 21.

Miami Valley 52, Legacy 42

Middletown 50, Sycamore 44: Williams (M) 18; Kramer (S) 12.

Mississinawa Valley 57, Franklin Monroe 52 F/OT: Scholl (MV) 19; Luchini (FM) 19.

McNicholas 64, Carroll 47: Brunot, Conrad (M) 18.

National Trail 54, Covington 36: Harrison (NT) 27; Presser (C) 11.

Newton 53, Bradford 43: Ferrell, Montgomery (N) 10.

Parkway 44, Marion Local 42

Princeton 52, Oak Hills 51: Randle (P) 16; Caneris (OH) 16.

Purcell Marian 48, Chaminade-Julienne 45: Baldock (P) 14; Solomon (CJ) 11.

Sidney 54, Greenville 37

Springfield 72, Northmont 58

St. Henry 53, New Bremen 41: Link (SH) 18; Busse (NB) 14.

Stivers 88, Phoenix 24: Allen (S) 31.

Tecumseh 76, Bellefontaine 55

Troy 60, Piqua 47: Stoneford (T) 12;

Versailles 51, New Knoxville 36

Xenia 63, Fairborn 57: Hoosier (X) 19; Lewis (F) 23.

Waynesville 73, Carlisle 59

Girls Basketball

Friday’s Results

Celina 45, Elida 41

Kenton 48, Defiance 39

Shawnee 59, Wapakoneta 43

St Marys 54, Van Wert 39

Thursday’s Results

Arcanum 68, Milton Union 25: O’Daniel (A) 20; Jones (MU) 9.

Bellbrook 47, Franklin 35: Hall (B) 18; Rogers (F) 18.

Bethel 62, Ansonia 33

Botkins 36, Riverside 34

Bradford 63, Twin Valley South 32: Miller (B) 25; Neal (TVS) 12.

Carlisle 56, Madison 41: Stewart (C) 20; Saunders (M) 12.

Catholic Central 39, Fairbanks 33: Peterson (CC) 19.

Cedarville 54, Triad 45: Christian (C) 24; F. LeVan (T) 14.

Crestview 74, Allen East 28

Eaton 39, Oakwood 29: Shepherd (E) 10.

Fairlawn 48, Urbana 38: Roush (F) 14; Rooney (U) 15.

Fort Recovery 23, Delphos St. John’s 20

Franklin Monroe 85, Tri-County North 16: Terry (TCN) 8; Cable (FM) 23.

Legacy Christian 50, Miami Valley 10

Lehman Catholic 48, Hardin Northern 23

Lima Shawnee 48, Wapakoneta 37

Marion Local 53, Parkway 23: Pohlman, Winner (ML) 10.

Mechanicsburg 60, Greeneview 27: Forrest (M) 23; Rutherford (G) 7.

Miami East 64, Newton 25: Hunley (ME) 19; Gleason (N) 11.

Minster 61, Coldwater 31: I. Wolf (M) 20; Gilliland (C) 10.

National Trail 76, Mississinawa Valley 33

New Knoxville 49, Versailles 42: Stonebraker (V) 20; Fledderjohann (NK) 15.

Preble Shawnee 50, Dixie 29: Thompson (PS) 14.

Sidney 37, Bellefontaine 24

St. Henry 49, New Bremen 35

St. Marys 43, Van Wert 34

Tri-Village 67, Covington 32: Ma. Downing (TV) 22; Harrington (C) 13.

Valley View 56, Monroe 46: Henson (VV) 21; Beckett, Miltenberger (M) 9.

West Liberty-Salem 54, Madison Plains 25: Fetherolf (MP) 18; Weaver (WLS) 17.

Boys Bowling

Thursday’s Results

Beavercreek 2485, Miamisburg 2355

Mechanicsburg 2367, West Liberty-Salem 2346

Middletown 2398, Trotwood 1868

Girls Bowling

Friday’s Results

Benjamin Logan 2389, Graham 2241

Mechanicsburg 2147, Kenton Ridge 2071

Thursday’s Results

Beavercreek 2057, Miamisburg 1599

Mechanicsburg 2065, West Liberty-Salem 1757

Piqua 1994, Mississinawa Valley 1895

Wrestling

Thursday’s Results

Beavercreek 67, Miamisburg 6

Lebanon 63, Indian Hill 15

Springboro 55, Butler 12

St. Marys 54, Van Wert 22

Wayne 48, Carroll 27

Hockey

Thursday’s Results

Talawanda 7, Elder 0

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