Caiden Smith poured in 35 points to help Tippecanoe hold off a Xenia rally in a 90-80 victory in boys basketball on Friday.
Dan Hagen chipped in 15 and Noah Bledsoe and Cade Gingerich added 13 apiece for Tipp.
Samari Curtis exploded for 50 points, including 23 in the final quarter, to lead Xenia.
Fairmont 80, Beavercreek 76, 2OT: Jack Hendricks scored 23 points and Kellan Bochenek added 19 to help Fairmont pull off the double-overtime win. Jon Alessandro paced ‘Creek with 21 and Chris Herbort added 15.
Miamisburg 58, Springboro 32: Duncan Hall scored 18 points, including an 8-for-8 performance from the foul line, and Savon O’Neal added 13 as ‘Burg took control of the contest early. Michael Berner had 14 for ‘Boro.
Sidney 65, West Carrollton : Andre Gordon scored 22 points for Sidney and Devon Rogers added 15. Darianne Matthews led WC with 13.
Butler 61, Fairborn 43: Kort Justice put up 13 points, Bryant Johnson 11 and Braedon Norman 10 for Butler.
Lakota East 57, Sycamore 55, OT: Jarett Cox led East with 27 points and nine rebounds and Bash Wieland added 15 points.
Colerain 66, Middletown 53: Jawunn Bailey had 11 points and E.J. Williams and Aaron Jones added 10 apiece for the Middies.
Princeton 60, Fairfield 35: Blake Spaulding had 15 points for Fairfield in a losing effort.
Chaminade Julienne 53, Fenwick 49: Milton Cage scored 21 points to help CJ hold off a Fenwick rally. John Englemeier had 14 points for Fenwick.
Carroll 51, Alter 46: Eli Ramsey carried Carroll with 22 points, Austin Schafer added 11 and Matt Cogan 10. Jack Smith led Alter with 13 and Connor Bazelak added 10.
Carlisle 61, Milton Union 50: Justin Flor contributed a career-high 31 points to lead Carlisle. Nathan Brumbaugh led Milton with 16.
Oakwood 65, Valley View 50: Andy Neff poured in 27 points for Oakwood. Clayton Erbaugh led Valley View with 18.
Brookville 74, Eaton 50: Wes Turner tallied 25 points and A.J. Denlinger added on 20 to lead Brookville. Isaac Manning totaled 21 for Eaton.
Franklin 48, Monroe 43: Franklin took control early with an 18-11 run. Tristan Backas recorded 21 points for Monroe.
Edgewood 79, Talawanda 47: Austin Scott scored 22 points and Trent Allen added 15 for Edgewood. Evan James tallied 23 for Talawanda.
Ross 56, Little Miami 54: Landon Angel poured in 30 points and Ross rallied with a 24-12 run in the second half to get the win.
National Trail 44, Miami East 41: Cameron Harrison had 15 points for Trail. Austin Kearns led East with 10.
Franklin Monroe 62, Newton 45: Ethan Conley carried FM with 28 points and Parker Hesler added 15. Treg Jackson and Ryan Mollette scored 13 apiece for Newton.
Arcanum 40, Ansonia 36: Carter Gray paced Arcanum with 17 points. Hunter Muir had 14 for Ansonia.
Dayton Christian 66, Middletown Christian 48: Matt Welker finished with 16 points, including passing the 1,000 career point marker, to lead DC. Anton Webb led DC with 23. Dre Shores had 11 for MC.
Legacy Christian 61, Emmanuel Christian 42: Ashton Burke led Legacy with 14 points. Adonis Davis had 16 points and eight boards for Emmanuel.
Greeneview 72, West Jefferson 60: Mason Schneider led Greeneview with 18 points and Nick Clevenger added 14.
Seven Hills 64, New Miami 45: Deanza Duncan had 12 points in a losing effort for New Miami.
Cin. Christian 54, CHCA 50: Miquel Ringer and Cameron Rogers led Cin. Christian with 12 points apiece.
Fort Loramie 47, Russia 32: Tyler Siegel led FL with 11 points and Evan Berning added 10. Daniel Kearns recorded 10 for Russia.
Coldwater 68, New Knoxville 47: Marcus Bruns carried Coldwater with 20 points and Cole Frilling tacked on 14. Nathan Tinnerman tallied 20 for New Knoxville.
St. Henry 59, Fort Recovery 48: Tyler Schlarman scored 27 points for St. Henry. Payton Jutte put up 21 in a losing effort for FR.
Marion Local 66, New Bremen 30: Tyler Mescher led Local with 18 points and Nathan Bruns added on 14.
Minster 45, Delphos SJ’s 41: Isaac Schmiesing put up 11 points for Minster. Collin Will had 11 for DSJ.
Jonathan Alder 2615, Ben Logan 2265: Devon Snider rolled a 350 and Tyler Nicholas had a 345 for Ben Logan.
Jonathan Alder 2184, Ben Logan 2172: Erica Warne bowled games of 184 and 202 for Ben Logan.
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