HS Roundup 1/17: Haney breaks own scoring record in Miami East win

Morgan Haney passed her own school record for points in a game, pouring in 41 for Miami East in a 74-44 win versus Ansonia in girls basketball on Thursday.

Camryn Miller chipped in 17 points and Haney also had nine assists, nine steals and five rebounds.

Haney had set the previous record, 36 points, on Jan. 7 in a 71-33 win versus Urbana.

Boys Basketball

Xenia 94, Greenville 66: Samari Curtis scored 33 points and Zack Gaither 16 for Xenia, which will face First Love Christian (PA) on Saturday in the Flyin’ to the Hoop Tournament at Trent Arena. Curtis was also nominated for the 2019 McDonald’s All-American game.

Girls Basketball

Bradford 47, Brookville 26: Austy Miller of Bradford led the way with 23 points and Bianca Keener added 13.

Catholic Central 50, Triad 44: Abbigail Peterson, Ayanna Doolittle and Meghan Foster all had 13 points in Catholic Central’s seventh straight victory.

Covington 42, Bethel 29: Covington’s Samantha Whiteman poured in 22 points.

Delphos St. John’s 49, Coldwater 46: Alli May scored 17 points and Kate Leichty 12 for Coldwater.

Fort Loramie 78, Russia 31: Fort Loramie drained a school record 12 three-pointers and improved to 14-1 with the victory. Kennedi Gephart led the way with 13 points and Marissa Meiring added 12.

Franklin Monroe 55, Arcanum 26: Bella Cable paced Franklin Monroe with 21 points and Corina Conley chipped in 14.

Legacy 60, Dayton Christian 15: Emily Riddle scored 21 points, Emma Hess added 12 and Danielle Matthews tacked on 11 to help Legacy Christian improve to 13-1 overall and 7-0 in conference play.

Mechanicsburg 43, Southeastern 28: Morgan Hamby of Mechanicsburg dropped in 19 points and Grace Forest added 11. Southeastern’s Laney Mills recorded 12 points.

Monroe 52, Talawanda 21: Alyssa Beckett recorded 18 points with 10 rebounds for Monroe.

New Bremen 61, Parkway 13: Kelly Naylor poured in 17 points for New Bremen and Madison Cordonnier added 11.

New Knoxville 37, Fort Recovery 24: Erin Scott led New Knoxville with 14 points.

Newton 43, Tri-County 24: Jaden Stine and Camryn Gleason both scored 12 points for Newton.

Tecumseh High School 77, Bellefontaine 45: Corinne Thomas led Tecumseh with 30 points, Macy Berner added 12 and Terah Harness tallied 11 points with 12 rebounds.

Tri-Village 54, National Trail 13: Tri-Village was led by Lissa Siler with 15 points. Meghan Downing added 13, and Emma Printz tacked on 10.

Valley View 55, Edgewood 46: Valley View’s Abigail Dickson recorded 16 points and Aubrey Stupp tacked on 15. Callie Hunt dropped in 17 points in a losing effort for Edgewood.

Versailles 49, St Henry 43: Hannah Barga and Lindsay Winner scored 10 points apiece for Versailles.

Waynesville 57, Madison 30: Rachel Murray scored 17 points and Marcella Sizer 11 in another win for unbeaten Waynesville. Tara Price scored 10 points for Madison.

West Liberty-Salem 58, Cedarville 39: Emily Hollar put up 20 points and Kelsey Day 15 to help WLS remain unbeaten in conference play. Kaylee Cyphers chipped in 17 points for Cedarville.

Gymnastics

Turpin Quad Meet: Miamisburg beat out Turpin, Seven Hills and Cin. Country Day with 138 points. Molly Witzerman won on the beam, floor and in the all-around and Keala McCurry won on the vault and bars.

Boys Bowling

Carroll 2357, Roger Bacon 2340: Jeffery Klepacz bowled a 368 series to pace Carroll in the win.

Mechanicsburg 2645, West Liberty-Salem 2187: Peyton Leeson’s 234 game led ‘Burg. Logan Tompkins shot a 212 game for WLS.

Girls Bowling

Northmont 1950, Springboro 1581: Chase Solberg rolled a 397 series and Hailey Yingst had a 343 to lead Northmont.

Mechanicsburg 2272, West Liberty-Salem 1938: Hailee Clifford recorded a 339 series in a losing effort for WLS.

Wrestling

Carroll 48, Bellbrook 21: Nick Romano, Adam Cross, Brian Zink and Jamen Hill each won by pin to lead Carroll.

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