HS Roundup 12/29: Badin coach picks up 200th victory

Badin girls basketball coach Tom Sunderman earned his 200th career victory in a 58-17 win versus Wellington on Saturday.

Emma Broermann had 20 points and Badin improved to 9-1 with the road win.

Sunderman is in his 11th season at Badin after coaching three seasons for Roger Bacon.

Boys Basketball

Bellbrook 59, Goshen 58: Braedon Gedeon drained a foul shot with .4 seconds to play to give Bellbrook the edge.

Belmont 66, Northridge 55: Kendall Moore poured in 26 points to lead the way for Belmont. Charles Drewery netted 17 points for Northridge and Twon Hines added 15.

Coldwater 65, Celina 58: Cole Frilling finished with 20 points and 13 rebounds to lead the way for Coldwater.

Fairfield 80, Western Hills 67: Steven Taylor tallied 24 points, Allen Caldwell added 19 and Zavian Ricks 15 for Fairfield.

Newton 63, Covington 54: Ryan Mollette poured in 28 points and Kleyson Wehrley tacked on 20 to lead Newton in the consolation game of the Buccaneer Holiday Tournament.

Ponitz 77, Troy 59: Damonte Bailey poured in 30 points with 10 rebounds, Malik Pooler pitched in 20 points and Devon Perdue 10 to pace Ponitz. Austin Stanaford scored 16 points for Troy.

Springfield 71, Hamilton 50: RaHeim Moss scored 20 points off the bench and Larry Stephens chipped in 15 for Springfield. Trey Robinson totaled 19 points for Hamilton.

St. Henry 52, Marion Local 47: Caden Niekamp scored 18 points and Jay Knapke tacked on 14 for St. Henry. Nathan Bruns netted 22 points for Marion Local.

Versailles 48, Tippecanoe 36: Ben Knostman tallied 13 points in a losing effort for Tippecanoe.

Girls Basketball

Anna 42, Miami East 34: Kiplyn Rowland recorded 13 points and Ella Doseck 12 to lead Anna. Morgan Haney had 14 points for Miami East.

Beavercreek 51, Alter 36: Alyssa Hargrove-Hall had 17 points and Anna Landing added 14 for Beavercreek. MaKayla Blount paced Alter with 14.

Bellbrook 50, Tol. Catholic Central 43: Bailey Zerby put up 17 points and Dreann Pryce added 11 to lead Bellbrook at the Kemba Classic.

Bradford 56, Houston 40: Austy Miller poured in 24 points for Bradford.

Carlisle 58, Dayton Christian 31: Caitlyn Stewart scored 16 points for Carlisle, which held Dayton Christian to seven points in the first half.

Covington 53, Milton-Union 43: Samantha Whiteman scored 22 points to lead Covington in the Buccaneer Holiday Classic championship game. Whiteman was also tabbed as tournament MVP. Rachel Thompson tallied 16 points and Olivia Brown hauled in 12 rebounds for Milton-Union.

Eaton 57, National Trail 39: Bailey Shepherd scored 24 points and Ashley Earley 10 for Eaton.

Fenwick 63, Lely Naples (FL) 27: Emily Adams finished with 16 points and 12 rebounds and Hannah Tebbe tacked on 13 points at the Queen of Palms Christmas Tournament in Florida.

Greenon 56, Mechanicsburg 47: Reagan Ware recorded 22 points and Sierra Potter added 11 for Greenon. Elly Schipfer scored 15 points for ‘Burg.

Lakota West 56, Wayne 39: Chance Gray tallied 18 points and Lakota West pulled away early. Destiny Bohanon had 14 points for Wayne.

Miamisburg 82, Xenia 16: Anna Long led the way with 22 points and Kirah Pringle, Alex Sperry and Addison Frymoyer each added 12 apiece for ‘Burg.

Russia 44, St. Marys 34: Jenna Cordonnier chipped in 18 points and Laurissa Poling added 11 for Russia. Lauren Cisco led St. Marys with 11 points.

Springfield 47, Cle. John Hay 44, OT: Jayla Huguely sank four foul shots in overtime to help Springfield get a win in the Braggin’ Rights Classic. Mickayla Perdue fouled out but led Springfield with 24 points and eight steals and Nieya Roberts added 12 rebounds.

Tecumseh 65, Springfield Shawnee 23: Corinne Thomas totaled 19 points, Mackenzie Pauley 14, Mae Mastin 13 and Presley Griffitts 12 to lead Tecumseh.

Wrestling

Defiance Tri-State Border War: Indian Lake had Hayden Pummel and Lane Mefford place in the 41 team tournament on Saturday.

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