Senior Rachel Murray is Waynesville’s all-time leading girls basketball scorer. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

HS Roundup 2/7: Waynesville a win away from undefeated regular season

Rachel Murray and Marcella Sizer each hit a pair of foul shots in the final minute to help unbeaten Waynesville ice a 64-59 win versus Valley View in girls basketball action on Thursday.

Murray scored 24 points, Sizer added 18 and Leah Butterbaugh 12 to help Waynesville improve to 21-0.

Claire Henson had 16 points and Chloe Smith 13 to lead Valley View.

Waynesville will host Franklin on Saturday for a chance to record an undefeated regular season record.

Boys Basketball

Cedarville 53, Madison Plains 32: Trent Koning scored 17 points and Colby Cross added 10 for Cedarville.

Girls Basketball

Bradford 56, Newton 22: Austy Miller led Bradford with 17 points, Bianca Keener tacked on 13 and Cassie Mead 10.

Covington 64, National Trail 63, 2OT: Samantha Whiteman poured in 30 points and Covington needed all of them to gut out the win. Skyler Ward and Evan Byrd paced National Trail with 19 points apiece.

Fort Loramie 67, Botkins 29: Kenzie Hoelscher chipped in 15 points and Marissa Meiring added 12 with nine rebounds to help Fort Loramie improve to 20-1 and 12-0 in conference play.

Franklin Monroe 65, Mississinawa Valley 9: Corina Conley tallied 22 points and Belle Cable added 14 for Franklin Monroe.

Legacy Christian 53, Troy Christian 20: Emily Riddle reached 1,000 career points and Legacy Christian wrapped up a Metro Buckeye Conference title.

Lehman Catholic 55, Lima Perry 35: Carly Edwards paced Lehman Catholic with 10 points and six rebounds.

Piqua 63, Greenville 52: Tylah Yeomans finished with 21 points to help spur a second-half rally effort for Piqua. Haleigh Mayo-Behnken paced Greenville with 17 points.

Tri-Village 57, Arcanum 45: Meghan Downing scored 19 points, Maddie Downing added 11 and Tri-Village took home the Cross County Conference title.

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