The Trotwood boys basketball team routed GWOC foe Northmont, 76-73.
Myles Belyeu led all scorers with 30 points in the win.
Amari Davis tacked on 16 points and Justin Stephens 13.
Jabari Perkins and Jamaal Linson each chipped in 16 points for Northmont in the losing effort.
Ryan Foy added on 11.
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The win moves Trotwood to 7-0 in conference and 10-3 overall.
Northmont drops to 1-5 in conference and 4-8 on the season.
Sidney 69, Lehman Catholic 44: Devan Rogers netted a double double, earning 19 points and 11 rebounds in the win. Logan Bunker and Preston Rodgers each tacked on 12 points in the loss.
Tippecanoe 66, Bellbrook 58: Donnie Crouch put up 20 points in the loss.
Spg. Shawnee 56, Stebbins 45: Camden Van Velzor sunk four from the three point line to lead all scorers with 26 points. Damiene Boles countered with one 3-pointer of his own and 17 points for Stebbins.
Clinton Massie 62, Waynesville 53: Thomas Myers had 17 points in the win.
Valley View 51, Springboro 49: Clayton Erbaugh and Ben Herman each shot for 15 points in the Valley View victory. Thomas Arrington countered with 14 points in the loss.
Fenwick 49, Alter 44: David Luers amassed 24 points in the Fenwick win, while C.J. Napier tacked on 20. Connor Bazelak had 20 points for Alter.
Ponitz 106, Yellow Springs 69: Demonte Bailey recorded his second consecutive double double with 27 points and 11 rebounds for Ponitz. Jaren Smith chipped in 22 points, 5 assists and four steals.
Stivers 68, Bowling Green 66, 2OT: Doug Spear led all scorers with 29 points, seven assists and six steals in the win. Da’juan Allen hit the winning basket with one second left in the second overtime period.
Cincinnati Christian 42, Taylor 33: Cole Martin shot for 15 points in the CC win.
West Liberty-Salem 75, Madison Plains 52: James Loffing notched 26 points to lead WLS. Max Eggleston tacked on 20.
Anna 71, Miami East 23: Griffin Doseck put up 21 points in the Anna victory. Dylan Hahn had seven in the losing effort.
Tri County North 50, Preble Shawnee 49: Dillon McCullough led with 17 points in the win.
Fort Loramie 52, Minster 51: Dillon Braun netted 23 points to lead all scorers in the win. Jarod Schulze had 15 for Minster in the losing effort.
Fort Recovery 47, Arcanum 30: Peyton Jutte and Ryan Braun recorded 15 points each in the win. Carter Gray tacked on 10 points to his season total for Arcanum.
St. Henry 60, Ansonia 40: Zach Niekamp, Ryan Luttmer and Parker Link combined for over half of St. Henry’s points in the win, chipping in 11 each. Hunter Muir netted 13 to lead Ansonia.
Butler 77, Xenia 29: Willow Knight netted 20 points in the win over Xenia.
Miamisburg 46, Greenville 42: Abby Cater led the scoring with 15 points for ‘Burg. Alex Sperry chipped in 11 and Kirah Pringle nine.
Springboro 53, Lebanon 46: Jordan Diehl sunk 21 points for Springboro. Kendall Folley dropped 15 for Lebanon.
Springfield 84, Mifflin 49: Mickayla Purdue added 28 points to her season total, tacking on 11 assists and 10 streaks. Caralyssa Byrd had 20 points and eight steals in the Africentric Nubian Classic win.
Stebbins 48, Sidney 38: Stebbins’ Kennedie Lingg recorded 20 points, five steals and three assists in the win.
Tippecanoe 60, Trotwood 45: Allison Mader and Maddie Fredereck each netted 18 points for Tipp.
Talawanda 60, Harrison 54: Talawanda’s Addie Brown scored a season high 27 points, 18 of which came from the three point line. Kyra Koontz tacked on her second double double of the season with 10 points and 11 rebounds.
Greenon 63, Catholic Central 45: Lydia Henry tallied 20 points in the Greenon victory. Abbigail Peterson countered with 24 in the loss.
Kenton Ridge 68, Jonathan Alder 64: Mikala Morris notched her 1,000th career rebound in the win over JA, putting up 24 points in the process.
Tecumseh 66, Bellefontaine 14: Corrine Thomas notched a triple double with 28 points, 14 rebounds and 14 assists in the Tecumseh victory. Aubrey Stoll put up half of Bellefontaine’s points in the loss with seven.
Urbana 51, Graham 38: Alaina Lyons netted 18 points for Urbana and Marissa Horn tacked on 12 points and seven rebounds. Katelyn Nash recorded 10 points in the loss.
Bellbrook 55, Centerville 54: Cassidy Hofacker scored 17 points in the Bellbrook victory. Amy Velasco put up 10 in the loss.
Carlisle 52, Milton-Union 49: Christa Harris’ 19 points led all scorers in the win. Kristen Dickison had 16 points and four assists for MU.
Eaton 51, Brookville 22: Becca Mowen netted 15 points to lead all scorers in the Eaton win. Katlin Pistone shot for nine in the losing effort.
Monroe 51, Franklin 41: Sophie Sloneker and Olivia Wells-Daniels each chipped in 10 points in the Monroe victory. Layne Ferrell added 25 points to her season total in the loss.
Valley View 64, Oakwood 54: Valley View’s Hunter Stidham scored 30 points to lead in the win. Lauren Hapgood put up 22 for Oakwood.
Waynesville 54, Preble Shawnee 45: Rachel Murray tacked on 22 points to her season total in the win. Brenna Woodard recorded 14 for Preble.
Dunbar 51, Thurgood Marshall 37: Aria Cole netted 18 points and five steals, while Monet Allen tacked on a double double with 10 points and 10 rebounds in the win. Amari Scales and Taylor Dunson co-led with 10 points each in the loss.
Stivers 37, Meadowdale 13: Maya Randolph tallied 13 points in the Stivers win. Ilea Bradfield had four in the loss.
Carroll 48, Roger Bacon 38: Julia Keller put up 16 points for Carroll.
Chaminade Julienne 66, Badin 52: Dallas Jones added 17 points to her season total to help snap Badin’s seven game win streak. Emma Broermann’s double double with 20 points and 12 rebounds came in the loss.
Fairbanks 56, Triad 42: Cati LeVan shot for 11 points in the loss.
Greeneview 62, Southeastern 33: Frankie Fife recorded 23 points to lead all scorers in the win. Leslie Flores amassed 11 in the losing effort.
West Jefferson 54, Northeastern 41: Hayley Suchland tallied 24 points in the loss.
Cincinnati Christian 69, New Miami 13: Briahana Bush tallied 18 points in the win over New Miami. Arielle Scalf recorded over half of NM’s points, putting up seven.
Middletown Christian 61, East Dayton Christian 50: Jordan Wolfenbarger led with 11 points in the MC win.
Arcanum 56, Dixie 30: Kayla O’Daniel netted 16 points in the Arcanum win. Mckinlee Ruppert led all scorers with 18 in the losing effort.
Bethel 58, Dayton Christian 50: Olivia Reittinger earned 16 points in the Bethel victory.
Covington 61, Newton 37: Samantha Whiteman continued her streak of leading Covington with 28 points in the winning effort. Tatum McBride shot for 11 for Newton.
Franklin Monroe 47, St. Henry 38: Audrey Cable shot for one from the three point line, putting up 17 points in the FM win. Alyssa Buschur countered with 13 for St. Henry.
Minster 55, Ottoville 54: Courtney Prenger scored 22 points in the winning effort.
Versailles 65, Celina 23: Kami McEldowney recorded 27 points in the Versailles victory.
Fort Loramie 67, Fairlawn 21: Kenzie Hoelscher scored 12 points in the FL win.
Lehman Catholic 68, Mississinawa Valley 25: Lauren McFarland tallied 17 points to lead in the win. Taylor Stachler had 10 for MV in the loss.
Comet Classic: Butler took home first place overall, while Versailles took home third. Tecumseh finished sixth and Xenia 15th.
HIT Classic: Northwestern finished seventh overall out of 20 teams with 101.5 points. West Carrollton came in with 77.0.
Golden Panthers Tournament: Monroe and Ponitz finished in first and second respectively, with Trotwood taking fourth. Travis Travis won at 138 for Ponitz and De’Angelo Edwards at 145.
Sycamore Invitational: Caleb Blake placed second at 145 for Tippecanoe. Tipp finished 12th overall as a team with 64.0 points.
Bellbrook Invitational: Bellbrook finished first overall in combined scoring and girls scoring, while Badin took home first for boys. Bellbrook’s Cody Bybee won both the boys 50 and 100 yard freestyle.
Elk Invitational: Miamisburg took home first place with a season high score of 137.675. Leah Myers took home 4th place on vault, 3rd on bars , 1st on floor and 2nd overall.
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