Brookville’s Jacob Gudorf (shooting) set an all-time program assists record. MARC PENDLETON / STAFF
Photo: MARC PENDLETON / STAFF
Photo: MARC PENDLETON / STAFF

It’s a record: Brookville senior all-time leader in career assists

Jacob Gudorf of Brookville High School became the Blue Devils’ all-time leader in career assists in Saturday’s 75-45 defeat of visiting Tri-County North in a non-league boys basketball game. The 6-foot-3 senior surpassed the previous record of 369 that was shared by former Brookville standouts Ritchie Moody and Steve Hinton.

No surprise that Gudorf leads the Southwestern Buckeye League in assists (7.1). He’s done that two out of the last three seasons.

Brookville’s lineup is loaded with Wade Turner (15.5 points), Gudorf (15.4) and A.J. Eller (10.3). Brookville (10-1, 4-1) owns a half-game lead over Bellbrook (4-4, 3-1) in the SWBL Southwestern Division and visits Bellbrook on Friday.

• Kenton Ridge senior Mikala Morris went for a career-high 44 points in a 75-33 defeat of visiting Springfield Shawnee on Saturday. That surpassed her previous all-time best of 40 points against Ponitz her junior season.

Morris has reset many all-time and single-season Kenton Ridge scoring and rebounding records. The 6-2 center signed with Quinnipiac (Conn.).

• Covington senior Samantha Whiteman tallied 24 points in a 60-50 defeat of host Arcanum on Saturday. That set up a great Cross County Conference girls basketball showdown when Covington (12-1, 7-0) visits Tri-Village (11-1, 6-0) on Wednesday. Tri-Village was scheduled to host Preble Shawnee on Monday.

• Oakwood had three individual firsts and placed third behind winner Ryle (Ky.) and Wilmington at the 11-team Bellbrook wrestling invite on Saturday. Winning for the Lumberjacks were A.J. Lewandowski (132), Matthew Cunningham (182) and Carter Winch (220).

• Brookville had three individual winners and won the 11-team Milton-Union wrestling invite, 267-224.5 over runner-up Coldwater. Brookville champions were Mason Esterline (132), Devon Myers (145) and Chase Dyer (182).

• Covington crowned five individual winners to make a strong showing and win the 14-team Troy wrestling invitational, 241.5-161.5 over runner-up Miami East.

Winning for the Buccaneers were Kellan Anderson (106), Cael Vanderhorst (113), Austin Flick (138), Keringten Martin (152) and Duncan Cooper (170).

• Graham collected nine individual firsts to win the Valley View wrestling invite, 311.5-210 over runner-up Versailles.

Winning for Graham were Nolan Gessler (106), Trace Braun (113), Chris Kelly (126), Nick Moore (132), Alek Martin (138), Jeffrey Thomas (152), Isaiah Stickley (160), William Mannier (195) and Trey Pence (220).

• Butler defeated host Lakota West 54-24 in a dual wrestling meet. Winning by pin for the Aviators were Matt Verdes (138), Jestin Love (160) and Chase Turner (285). Love was the quickest, needing just 29 seconds.

• Tyrone Keeton of West Carrollton swept all four of his matches to win the 132-pound title at the 16-team Logan Elm wrestling invite.

• Tecumseh was boosted by five individual wrestling winners to place first in the eight-team Clark County Clash at Springfield Shawnee. Winning for the Arrows were Lucas Rodgers (132), Cyle Wells (138), Joey Campbell (145), Alec Hall (160) and Tommy Rowe (182).

Tecumseh out-pointed runner-up Greenon 210-174.5. Among upcoming wrestling events are Saturday’s tournaments at Fairfield, Miamisburg and Middletown.

• Miamisburg freshman Molly Witzerman won the floor exercise and balance beam and was third in vault and bars to place first in all-around and lead Miamisburg to a season-opening team title at the Oak Hills gymnastics invite. Miamisburg junior Keala McCurry was first on vault.

X