HS Results 11/30: Centerville girls hit school record

In an 86-30 victory over Sidney, the Centerville girls basketball team hit a school record: 16 3-pointers in a single game.

Amy Velasco led Centerville, tallying 22 points on the night.

Teammate Kelsey George was close behind, tacking on 21 points.

Emma Stanley rounded out the double digit scoring, netting 11 points.

Sidney Kindle scored half of Sidney’s points in the team’s losing effort, earning 15.

Girls Basketball

Arcanum 47, Bethel 35: Kayla O’Daniel’s 14 points made all the difference in Arcanum’s 12 point win over Bethel. Elliana Sloan tacked on 10 to secure the victory. Bethel’s Alaina Hawthorn stayed on pace with her competition, shooting for 12 points in the loss.

Bellbrook 74, Eaton 27: Cassidy Hofacker netted 23 points on the night, going 4-for-4 from the free throw line. Olivia Greathouse also went 4-for-4, tallying 13 points. Bailey Shepard netted 10 points for Eaton.

Bradford 41, Ansonia 40: Skipp Miller tallied 16 points in the Bradford victory, assisted by Chelsea Gill with nine points, two rebounds and two steals and Bianca Keener with six points 10 rebounds and one block.

Carlisle 61, Northridge 37: Caitlyn Stewart scored 18 points in the Carlisle win. Christa Harris tacked on 17 more, while Abby Erisman rounded out the scoring with 13 points. Loraine Reeder netted 16 points in the Northridge loss.

Centerville 86, Sidney 30: Amy Velasco and Kelsey George each tallied over 20 points, earning 22 and 21 respectively. Emma Stanley added on 11 more. Alina Kindle was the leading scorer for Sidney with 15 points.

Covington 53, Twin Valley South 25: Samantha Whiteman earned 16 points for Covington in their 28 point victory. Kelsie Shafer had 12 in the loss.

Dunbar 47, West Carrollton 23: Aria Cole tallied 16 points and six steals in the win over West Carrollton, while Monet Allen chipped in 11 points and eight rebounds. Jade Robison and Hannen Saleh each sunk six points in WC’s loss.

Fenwick 48, Wyoming 42: Jenna Adams had 13 points and 12 rebounds in the closely matched Fenwick victory, giving Fenwick their first win of the season.

Lehman Catholic 64, Catholic Central 61: Led by Abbigail Peterson with 30 points, Catholic Central forced the overtime, but ultimately, Lehman Catholic came out on top.

Mechanicsburg 52, Spg. Shawnee 29: Kasey Schipfer continued her streak of leading Mechanicsburg in scoring, adding another 22 points to her season total. Olivia Potts netted 16 points and went 7-for-8 on free throws for Shawnee.

Miami East 69, Tri County North 40: Morgan Haney had a tremendous night offensively, putting up 27 points and netting three 3-pointers. TCN’s Aubrey Stupp followed closely behind, netting 24 points and three 3-pointers but ultimately fell short of the win.

New Bremen 55, Houston 17: Kelly Naylor and Hanna Tenkman led NB offensively, contributing 14 points and four 3-pointers and 13 points with three 3-pointers respectively. Rebekah New scored six points for Houston in the loss, closely followed by Jess Monnier’s five.

New Knoxville 53, St. Marys 51: In a tight matchup, Megan Jurosic’s 16 points helped push NK over the edge to a victory. Syd Cisco tallied over half of St. Marys points on the night, netting five 3-pointers and going 10-for-11 on free throws.

Oakwood 61, Cincinnati Christian 41: Kyndall Ketterer set a new career high for points, scoring 21 on the night. Ketterer netted four 3-pointers and went 3-for-3 from the free throw line. Lauren Hapgood tacked on 14 points to secure the victory. Grace Edmonston tallied 13 for CC in their loss.

Preble Shawnee 44, Milton-Union 34: Brenna Woodard scored 12 points in the Preble victory, followed by Nicole Sims with 10. Beyonce Bobbitt and Morgan Nemeth each tallied nine points in the MU loss.

Tri-Village 35, Franklin Monroe 29: Emma Printz led with 14 points, netting three 3-pointers on the night. Trisa Porter added on nine points and another 3-pointer to secure the TV win. Audrey Cable led FM with 11 points, while Corina Conley tacked on eight.

Versailles 58, Coldwater 41: Danielle Winner netted 23 points to lead Versailles. Winner also went 5-for-8 from the free throw line. Kourtney Dillon scored 14 points in the Coldwater loss.

Wanyesville 70, Dixie 23: Rachel Murray netted 16 points to lead Waynesville to victory. Teammate Aubrey Rains tacked on 13.

Girls Bowling

Miamisburg 2221, Xenia 2169: Brittney Sheenan led Miamisburg with games of a 236 and 213 for a 499 series. Crissy Journell bowled a 407 series.

West Liberty-Salem 1866, Southeastern 1805: Hailee Clifford rolled a 162 and a 137 for a 299 series to lead. Katie Rollins came in a close second, bowling a 151 and a 144 for a total of 295.

Boys Bowling

Xenia 2261, Miamisburg 2075: Caleb Witt rolled a 242 and a 214 for a 456 series in the Miamisburg loss. Teammate Jacob Blair tacked on a 420 series.



State Finals

Thursday’s Result

Division II

Hoban 42, Cin. Winton Woods 14

Girls Basketball

Wednesday’s Results

Badin 54, Talawanda 32: Nusbaum (N) 16; Brown (T) 14.

Beavercreek 95, Xenia 19: Morton-Nooks (X) 15; Hall (B) 17.

Chaminade Julienne 65, Cedarville 36: Coe (Ce) 17; Weckesser (CJ) 15.

Clark Montessori 61, New Miami 14: Scalf (NM) 11; Richardson (CM) 16.

Fairfield 63, Lakota East 52: Schaeffer (F) 13; Hatfield, Stanley (LE) 12.

Hamilton 68, Middletown 65

Lakota West 75, Oak Hills 32: Dean (LW) 15; Listerman (OH) 8.

Lebanon 68, Fairborn 23: Austin (F) 6; Folley (L) 19.

McAuley 69, Alter 19

Northmont 46, Greenville 31: Heath (N) 16; Gilbert (G) 9.

Ponitz 50, Graham 48: Johannes (G) 19.

Springboro 76, Stebbins 36: Browning (Sp) 23; Lingg (St) 15.

Tecumseh 78, Butler 49: Griffits (T) 25.

Tippecanoe 45, Miami East 35: Mader (T) 12.

Westerville North 52, Kenton Ridge 46: Morris (KR) 21; Worm (WN) 21.

Thursday’s Results

Arcanum 47, Bethel 35: O’Daniel (A) 14; Hawthorn (B) 12.

Bellbrook 74, Eaton 27: Hofacker (B) 23; Shepard (E) 10.

Bradford 41, Ansonia 40: Miller (B) 16.

Carlisle 61, Northridge 37: Reeder (N) 16; Stewart (C) 18.

Centerville 86, Sidney 30: Velasco (C) 22; Kindle (S) 15.

Covington 53, Twin Valley South 25: Whiteman (C) 16; Shafer (TVS) 12.

Dunbar 47, West Carrollton 23: Cole (D) 16; Robinson, Saleh (WC) 6.

Fairmont 60, Carroll 38: Westbeld (F) 14,

Fenwick 48, Wyoming 42: Adams (F) 13.

Lehman Catholic 64, Catholic Central 61, OT: Peterson (CC) 30.

Mechanicsburg 52, Spg. Shawnee 29: Schipfer (M) 22; Potts (SS) 16.

Miami East 69, Tri County North 40: Haney (ME) 27; Stupp (TCN) 24.

New Bremen 55, Houston 17: New (H) 6; Naylor (NB) 14.

New Knoxville 53, St. Marys 51: Jurosic (NK) 17; Cisco (SM) 27.

Newton 63, Mississinawa Valley 27: Price (MV) 8.

Oakwood 67, Cincinnati Christian 41: Ketterer (O) 21; Edmonston (CC) 13.

Preble Shawnee 44, Milton-Union 34: Woodard (PS) 13; Dickinson (MU) 11.

Tri-Village 35, Franklin Monroe 29: Cable (FM) 11; Printz (TV) 14.

Versailles 58, Coldwater 41: Winner (V) 23; Dillon (C) 14.

Waynesville 70, Dixie 23: Murray (W) 16; Ruppert (D) 11.

West Liberty-Salem 52, Jonathan Alder 51: Burgin (JA) 11; Hollar (WLS) 13.

Boys Bowling

Wednesday’s Results

Ben Logan 2074, Riverside 1657

Lebanon 2440, Sycamore 2129

Middletown 2201, Talawanda 2009

Tippecanoe 2031, Newton 1253

Thursday’s Results

Xenia 2261, Miamisburg 2075

Girls Bowling

Wednesday’s Results

Ben Logan 2228, Riverside 1541

Lebanon 2694, Sycamore 894

Middletown 1874, Talawanda 1284

Tippecanoe 1443, Newton 1284

Thursday’s Results

Miamisburg 2221, Xenia 2169

West Liberty- Salem 1886, Southeastern 1805

Boys Swimming

Thursday’s Results

Adams Central 121, Coldwater 17

Girls Swimming

Thursday’s Results

Adams Central 93, Coldwater 66


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