Brookville 54, Milton-Union 42: Wade and Wes Turner combined for 36 points and Jacob Gudorf added 10 assists to lead Brookville in a bounce-back win.
Fairlawn 55, Miami East 42: Skyler Piper paced Fairlawn with 25 points. Will Hudson had 12 for Miami East.
Fort Loramie 46, Fort Recovery 25: Nathan Ratermann scored 10 points for Loramie. Payton Jutte led Recovery with 11 points.
Jackson Center 52, New Bremen 36: Trent Platfoot chipped in 21 points and Aiden Reichert added 10 for Jackson Center.
Lebanon 55, Anderson 40: Zach Huffman posted 21 points with 10 rebounds to lead Lebanon.
New Knoxville 37, Fort Jennings 35: Jared Osborne finished with 15 points and New Knoxville picked up its third win of the season.
Newton 57, Dixie 47, OT: Ryan Mollette put up 22 points, Chet Jamison added 20 and Newton rallied from a nine-point deficit to take the win.
Oakwood 75, Bethel 65: Daniel Hu dropped in 22 points, Darren Rubin 20 and Jake Sargent 15 for Oakwood, which knocked down 15 three-point shots in the road win. Kyndall James paced Bethel with 29 points.
Stivers 85, Jefferson 48: Da’Juan Allen scored 18 points and Trevon Ellis added 17 points with 12 assists for Stivers.
Tri-Village 54, Troy Christian 48: Gage Hileman had 17 points to pace Tri-Village.
Xenia 77, Wilmington 66: Samari Curtis poured in 41 points for Xenia, which went on a 18-2 run in the third quarter to take control.
Arcanum 41, Russia 39: Kayla O’Daniel had 14 points, Gracie Garno 11 and Alexis Unger 10 to pace Arcanum.
Badin 49, Alter 39: Emma Broermann scored 21 points and visiting Badin pulled away from a halftime tie to take the win. MaKayla Blount paced Alter with 15 points.
Bellbrook 57, Oakwood 21: Maria Mescher scored 11 of her 23 points in the first quarter for Bellbrook. Maren Freudenchuss and Bailey Zerby added 12 apiece.
Catholic Central 55, Southeastern 44: Abbigail Peterson put up 20 points, Mallory Mullen added 16 and Ayanna Doolittle 13 for Central.
Coldwater 34, Fort Recovery 31: Katy Leichty led Coldwater with 15 points and Lauren Gilliland added eight rebounds.
Covington 49, Jackson Center 29: Sammi Whiteman chipped in 24 points to help Covington move to 15-2.
Dunbar 52, Shroder 25: Rickera McCluskey recorded 16 points with 10 steals in a winning effort for Dunbar.
Fort Loramie 46, Miami East 43, OT: Marissa Meiring drilled a big three in overtime to help Fort Loramie improve to 17-1. Morgan Haney poured in 29 points in the loss for Miami East.
Franklin 66, Brookville 20: Layne Ferrell finished with 26 points, nine rebounds and five blocks for Franklin.
Kenton Ridge 63, Tecumseh 48: Kenton Ridge handed Tecumseh its first Central Buckeye Conference loss. Mae Mastin led Tecumseh with 14 points and Macy Berner added 10 rebounds in the loss.
Mechanicsburg 84, Northeastern 16: Grace Forrest scored 20 points, Morgan Hamby 18 and Elly Schipfer 10 for ‘Burg.
Northmont 61, Richmond 35: Katie McCrary finished with 19 points, Camryn Nadir 14 and MaKayla Cooper 13 to lead Northmont in the road win.
Springboro 51, Ursuline Academy 45: Jordan Hobbs scored 17 points and Springboro recovered from a slow start to earn the victory.
Valley View 59, Eaton 27: Chloe Smith led the way with 16 points and Lauren Legate tacked on 13 with 11 rebounds for Valley View.
West Liberty-Salem 61, Fairbanks 23: Kelsey Day scored 21 points and Selena Weaver added 15 to help WLS move to 12-0 in conference play.
LCC Thunderbird Invitational: Troy Christian beat out Covington to win the 43 team invite. Miami East finished fourth and Coldwater 11th. Ethan Turner, Austin Awan and Nick Baker each picked up first place wins for Troy Christian. Covington’s Kellan Anderson and Miami East’s Max Shore also had victories in the first place matches.
Grizzly Invitational: Johnny Shafer was a winner in the 285-lb bracket to lead Graham to a victory in the 16-team tournament.
Central Buckeye Conference Championships: The Kenton Ridge boys won their second title in three years and the Ben Logan and Bellefontaine won their respective divisions at the meet.
Centerville Elk Invite: Keala McCurry placed second on floor and third overall to lead Miamisburg in the win.