HS Roundup 1/22: Sidney, Butler boys win as GWOC North race heats up

The Sidney and Butler boys basketball squads both picked up a key conference road victory on Tuesday.

Michael Kreill poured in 30 points and Quentin Glover added 15 to help visiting Butler hold off a Xenia rally in a 79-73 win. Samari Curtis led Xenia with 40 points.

Sidney knocked off host Stebbins 64-52. Andre Gordon put up 19 points and Keith Lee added a career-high 16 to lead the way.

Sidney, which hosts Trotwood on Friday, improved to 11-2 and 8-1 in GWOC play. Butler moved to 13-2 and 8-2.

Boys Basketball

Alter 54, Dunbar 41: Brady Uhl tallied 20 points and Stephen Harker 11 for Alter, which pulled away in the second half. Martel Smith scored 12 points for Dunbar.

Anna 58, Russia 52: Unbeaten Anna was led by Bart Bixler with 19 points, Riley Huelskamp with 14 and Griffin Doseck and Carter Elliott at 10 apiece.

Carroll 66, McClain 55: Jaden Dahm led four players in double-digit scoring for Carroll with 18 points. Simon Jefferson added 16, Austin Schafer 15 and Sam Severt 12.

Centerville 68. Fairfield 52: Ryan Marchal led the way for Centerville with 18 points, including shooting 9-for-9 from the foul line. Mo Njie added 14 and Jason Sneed 10. Devin Turner paced Fairfield with 18 points.

Fairborn 64, Piqua 54: Shaunn Monroe poured in 29 points and Joe Nickel tacked on 18 for Fairborn. Kameron Darner had 11 points and Qurri Tucker 10 for Piqua.

Fenwick 66, Reading 53: C.J. Napier scored 26 points and A.J. Braun added 20 for Fenwick.

Fort Loramie 53, Houston 36: Nolan Berning scored 11 points, Caleb Meyer added 10 and Fort Loramie had an 11-0 run in the second quarter to pull away.

Harrison 48, Edgewood 47: Isaiah Gambrell finished with 15 points and Gabe Allen added 10 in the loss for Edgewood.

La Salle 67, Hamilton 62: D’Marco Howard totaled 116 points and Payton Pennington added 15 but Hamilton couldn’t recover after a slow start.

Legacy Christian 91, Yellow Springs 49: Roman Newsome scored 23 points, including six three-point baskets, to lead Legacy. Erik Uszynski added 20 points and Keano Hammerstrom 17. Andrew Clark paced Yellow Springs with 20 points.

Lehman Catholic 39, Newton 32: Kleyson Wehrley netted 11 points for Newton in a losing effort.

Lima Central Catholic 69, Versailles 56: Michael Stammen chipped in 21 points and Evan Hiestand added 14 for Versailles in the loss.

New Bremen 56, Covington 34: Patrick Wells paced New Bremen with 14 points. Chad Yohey had 10 points for Covington.

Oakwood 57, Bellbrook 47: Darren Rubin paced Oakwood with 20 points and Daniel Hu added 16. Ryan Chew led Bellbrook with 16 points.

St. Henry 54, St. Marys 53: Zach and Caden Niekamp combined for 29 points for St. Henry in the rally victory. Braedon Dunlap and Ethan Steger scored 16 points apiece for St. Marys.

Troy Christian 46, Emmanuel Christian 39: Isaac Gray tallied 12 points for Troy Christian. Adonis Davis had 12 points for Emmanuel Christian.

West Liberty-Salem 59, Cedarville 36: Holden Nease had 16 points, Nick Burden 12 and Jack Eggleston 11 to lead WLS.

Girls Basketball

Coldwater 37, Spencerville 33: Lauren Gilliland finished with 15 points and 12 rebounds and Kate Leichty and Alli May chipped in 10 points apiece for Coldwater.

Dunbar 44, Twin Valley South 42: Samaria Brown recorded 17 points to lead Dunbar.

Lakota West 87, Colerain 17: Chance Gray paced Lakota West with 22 points and Kailyn Dudukovich chipped in 14.

New Knoxville 51, Wapakoneta 21: Megan Jurosic scored 16 points and Ellie Gabel added 10 for New Knoxville.

Versailles 58, Franklin Monroe 45: Elizabeth Ording led Versailles with 19 points and Caitlin McEldowney added 17. Corina Conley paced FM with 13 points.

Boys Bowling

Greeneview 2354, Catholic Central 2184: Steven Ross rolled games of 212 and 204 for a 416 series to lead Greeneview.

Madison Plains 2201, West Liberty-Salem 1961: Nick Diehl had the high game of 240 for Madison Plains. Logan Tompkins shot a 194 game for WLS.

Girls Bowling

Greeneview 1876, Catholic Central 1498: Anna Willingham’s 391 series paced Greeneview.

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