Graham defeated West Liberty-Salem 2350-2090 in boys bowling Monday night, Nathan Evans rolled a 236 game and Patrick Trace had a 219 to lead Graham. Treven Marchal had a 241 game for WLS.
In women's bowling, Graham beat West Liberty-Salem 2024-2013
WEST LIBERTY – WL-S fell to Northeastern, 48-41, in OHC boys basketball on Monday.
Northeastern led, 30-22, at the half, but the Tigers rallied to take a 35-34 lead after three quarters.
Visiting Riverside made short work of the shorthanded Urbana girls basketball team on Monday, pulling away after halftime to win, 50-32, in non-league action.
Playing without senior star Hunter Rogan, Urbana struggled on both ends of the floor. Rogan sat out the contest with an ankle injury.
MECHANICSBURG JANUARY 30TH, 2017 - The Lady Fighting Irish traveled to Goshen Lanes to take on the Lady Indians. In Regular bowling, the lady Indians took a commanding lead 1517 to 1091. After 4 games of baker bowling the Indian's rolled on to victory with a 523 point lead 2086 for the Burg and 1563 for S.C.C. In Individual bowling for the Indians, Miranda Keen 158-138(296), Amanda Coulter 138-132(270) Madison Boggs 140-127(267) Skyler Herron 155-148(303) and the Match medalist Ally Hosier 202-179(381). The Regular season will be wrapping up in the next week and the boys and girls will be headed into tournament action. Support our kids and let them know how proud of them you are. The final match of the year will be Tuesday at Madison Lanes in London against Madison Plains ( a new addition to the OHC). Madison Plains will also be hosting the OHC tournament on Saturday February 11th.
Northwestern 65, Urbana 41
Hunter Rogan had 28 points and 14 rebounds for the Hillclimbers
West Liberty-Salem 52, Catholic Central 24
Mikalia McIntosh led WLS with 11 points
North Union 90, Triad 29
Tori Thomas scored 11 pts for the Cardinals
Shawnee 63, Graham 58
Kayla Tullis had 15 points, Bethany Horner had 12 and Katy Nash scored 12 for the Falcons
Triad 60, Yellow Springs 55
Hadley LeVan scored 24 points as Triad ended a eight-game losing streak
NEW LEXINGTON – Graham traveled to New Lexington High School for the Jimmy Wood Invitational over the weekend. Graham won the 25-school tournament with 389.5 points
Graham had nine champions: Tanner Jordan (106 pounds), Jordan Crace (120), Jeffrey Thomas (126), John Stickley (138), Joey Sanchez (145), Ryan Thomas (160), Gage Braun (182), Kavan Sarver (195) and Johnny Shafer (220). Sarver was named the tournament’s most outstanding wrestler.
Urbana 62, Kenton Ridge 29
Jace Underwood and Dakota Hower both had 14 points a piece to pace the Hillclimbers
Mechanicsburg 48, Springfield Catholic 79
Chris Taylor had 19 points for the Indians
West Liberty-Salem 69, Fairbanks 60
Kannon Stillings scored 20 points leading the Tigers
Fort Loramie 56, Triad 39
Hadley LeVan led Triad with 15 points
Bellefontaine 74, Graham 42
CEDARVILLE – Lily Yoder scored a game-high 14 points as West Liberty-Salem beat Cedarville, 50-39, in OHC girls basketball.
WL-S jumped out to a 22-4 lead in the first quarter and led, 33-14, at the half.
MECHANICSBURG – The Indians fell to Springfield Catholic Central, 79-48, in OHC boys basketball on Friday.
The Irish opened up a 23-7 lead after a quarter and never looked back.
Urbana made sure that winless Kenton Ridge stayed that way Friday night, topping the visiting Cougars, 62-29, in a CBC/KTD boys basketball game.
In a contest that could have seen Urbana on autopilot, the Hillclimbers instead came out intense from the opening tip. They hustled to loose balls and rebounds and moved quickly to shift on the defensive end.
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