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22 Crusaders Squeak Eling Stars For Moeller . Al Eling hit three key field goals In the final period when Moeller clamped St. Xavier to eight points, and the Crusaders rallied for a 46-45 Greater Cincinnati League victory Friday night. The Crusaders, upping their record to 7-2 overall and 5-2 in the GCL, out-scored the Bombers, 32-20, In the second half after a cold-shooting first half which saw them score only 14 points four in the second quarter. ; Eling and Steve Wolf Shajed Moeller scoring honors with 10 points. Jerry ptrittholt topped the Bombers, now 4-6 and 3-4 in the league with 11 points. STEVEN SCHAFER St. Xavier. ! Seller 10 t u 18-46 T. XAVIER 12 13 12 8-45 . MOELLER-Wolf 3 41 Or U. Sylvester !3 7; S. Svlvester 1 2 4: Schubeler 1 1: Elina S 0 10: Dannel 2 2 6t ancter 3 2 8: Totals-16 14 46. ST. XAVIER-Homan 3 1 7: Roberts S 1 7; Frerick 3 2 8: Moonav 2 0 4: Isbsch 4 0 8i Strittholt 3 5 Hi Totals e-18 9 45. bar field 106, Fairfield 69 FAIRFIELD, Ohio-Hamil-t o n Garfield's eighth-ranked Griffins hit a sizzling 49 from the field, scored a season-high 108 points, and easily outclassed host Fairfield here Friday. J Ahead 48-39 at the end of- the half, the Griffins poured in 36 points in the third period, while holding Fairfield to eight, and turned the game into a rout. Jim Kernohan scored 19 points while Mike Town-send added 18 as Garfield (8-2) placed five men In double figures. Fred Mc-Collum paced Fairfield (6-J) with 18. CHUCK HANN (Fairfield) FAiRiELO 17 22 8 22- 69 H4VWLT0N GARFIELD: Kernohan 8 1 I'rHarrison 2 I 5; Townsend 8 2 I8i S-JCn,es,5J ',7; Pr"hl!r 1 3 5; Hio-b art 7 2 16; I Jones 1 0 2; Raney T 15; Jackson 2 1 5; Osso 2 0 4. Totals: 43 20 106 WtRFIELD; PMt.nn.r O I I. D:.l , son 0 11, McCollum 5 8 18; Neglo 2 0 4; Clark 4 0 8; Heinbaugh 2 0 4; ?aJ,3 3,?;Helm 2 8; Roach 2 8 12 Totals: 22 2J 69. RESERVES: Garfield, 82-69. Aiken 62, Courter Tech 60 ;Greg Goodman turned red hot in the third quarter, hitting 11 points, and led Aiken to a 62-60 comeback victory over Courter Tech Friday night in a Public High School League game. Trailing 35-26 entering the third period, the Falcons ripped off 24 points to . taSe a 50-47 bulge into the ' final quarter, and then held on- for the victory. It made them 2-3 in the PHSL and 6-4 overall. Courter Tech dropped to 0-3 in league and 2-8. STEVE OKEL (Aiken). COpRTER TECH ... 14 21 12 13-60 All?EN 11 15 24 1 2 -62 COURTER TECH: Parker 2 1 5; Barnett 3 17; Haynes 5 4 14; Flowers 9 4 22; MuriHay 1 0 2; Chapman 2 0 4; William) 2 2 6. Totals: 24 12 60. I AIKEN: Goodman 10 2 22; Lowe 3 5 11; Wall 1 2 4; Lunday 2 2 6; Partridqe 4 1)1; Cdenbeck 3 2 8. Totals: 24 16 62. Hew Richmond 60, Batavia 52 'NEW RICHMOND New Richmond's Lions moved into first place in the battle of the undefeateds here Friday night, downing the Batavia Bulldogs, 60-52, in a Clermont County League game. Both teams were 5-0 in Finnextoivn 67. St. Bernard 45 Finneytown's Wildcats jumped off to a big 12 point lead at the end of the half and then coasted to an easy 67-45 Hamilton County Suburban League contest over visiting St. Bernard. I Kelly Peddicord hit for six of his game high 18 points In the first period as the Wildcats (7-3) Jumped to a 16-9 margin. Finneytown added 14 points in the second period with five coming from Bob Frohman, St. Bernard (1-9) was led by Mark Ruebusch with 14 points. LARRY KREPS (Finneytown) ST, BFPNAPD FINNEYTOWN - ST. BERNARD: Ball 1 0 2; Heaman 6 1 13; Jamison 3 0 6; Johnson I 4 6 Moehnno 2 0 4: Rueousch 5 4 14. Totals: 18 9 45. FINNEYTOWN: Baker 2 0 4; Frohman 5 2 12; Immelt 1 0 2: Peddicord 7 4 18; Wedsworth 6 0 12; Dirks I 0 2; Morqan I 0 2; Wirt: 4 0 8; Klusmen 0 4 4; Mark 1 1 3. Totals: 28 II 67. . RESERVES: Finneytown, 45-27. Colemin 78, Taylor 60 Colerain out-pressed Taylor in a Hamilton County League game at the Cardinals' gym to grab a 78-60 victory. The win upped Coleraln's league mark to 5-2 and overall record to 6-3. f. Gary Davis scored 18 points to lead Colerain which had four players in double figures. Teammate Randy Evans pulled down 13 rebounds. : BILL TOWNSEND (Colerain MYLOR 14 17 12 17-60 CQLERAIN 16 20 19 23-78 TAYLOR: Peterson 4 0 8; Peak 5 0 10; Shlnkle 2 1 5) Sitqert 4 3 11) Stilman 3 1 7; Holtkemp 2 5 9: Meister 5 0 10. Totals: 25 10 60. CO ERAIN: Bloomfteld 6 5 17; Johnson 3 0 6; Evans 7 2 16; Borqman 1 0 2 WKHmf&'Ult.1 A; Davil 7 4 ,6i lyon 6 ' Io,l,, " u 78- Creenhills 6L Reading 54 - Greenhllls. outshot by three field goals, connected on 21 of 30 free throws and downed visiting Reading, 61-54, in a Hamilton County Suburban League contest. Reading outshot the winners 23-20 from the field, but committed a total of 20 fouls In going down to its fifth loss of the year. The Pioneers (5-3) were led by Mike Hanna with 16 and Pat Ryan with 14. Larry Sayers hit for a game high 21 points for the Blue Devils. . JIM WEISSHAAR (Greenhllls) READING GREENHILLS READICNi Cromer 5 0 10; Savers 8 Iredv 2 0 4; Chmtonhel 4 0 8; Rile 1 0 GRtfNHILLS: Bunion 0 2 2; Ryan 4 Hanna 6 4 16, Jerrett I 2 4, Webb 0 2 2, RLSERVLS. Readintl. 25-23. THE CINCINNATI KNQlTKMt the league before the game, but a balanced scoring attack and a rebounding edge protected the unblemished record for the Lions. Greg Higgins and Ralph Hardin scored 16 points each to lead New Richmond in scorlng.-KEN PREVV1TT (New Richmond). BATAVIA ... 8 15 12 17-52 NEW RICHMOND . 10 12 16 22-60 BATAVIA-Woods 2 4 8, Jones 2 1 5, Raid 4 0 8, Kennedy 2 0 4, Walker 1 3 5. Smith 5 2 12, Holmin 2 6 10. Totals 18 16 52. NEW RICHMOND-Ouncan J 3 13. Hid- Bins 4 8 16. Harding 7 1 16, Hudson 4 3 II. Shepherd 1 2 4. Totals 21 18 60. Middletown 74. Springfield S. 68 MIDDLETOWN, Ohio Middletown won its eighth game in ten starts, defeating Springfield South, 74-68, in a non-conference game here Friday night. Bud Bierly led Middle-town with 29. Springfield South is 6-6. TIM WALKER (Middletown). SPRINGFIELD SOUTH 17 12 15 24-68 MIDDLETOWN .. 14 25 23 1 2-74 SPRINGFIELD SOUTH-Mitchell 8 I 17, Jones 3 1 7, Dance 4 2 10, Fehnstock 4 3 11, Thompson 4 1 9, Edwards 1 1 3, Daniels 3 5 11. Totals: 27 14 68. MIDDLETOWN-Bierly 11 7 29, Col 3 0 6, Jemison 7 4 18, Lamb 0 1 I, Frajier 1 1 3, Gibbens 4 3 11, Price 2 2 6. Totals: 28 IS 74. Mt. Healthy 57, Princeton 54 Frank Carlson and Jerry Parks each cashed in a pair of foul shots in the last minute of play to push Mt. Healthy past upset-minded Princeton, 57-54, in a non-league game Friday night at Mt. Healthy. , Mt. Healthy (4-5) had taken a slight lead in the second half after trailing, 28-27, at halftime. Mark Johnson led the winners in scoring with 16 points, while Carlson had 16 and Parks 10. Center Bob Davis, a 6-foot 6-inch sophomore, contributed a career -high 16 rebounds. Another sophomore, Greg Sewell, paced Princeton (1-9) with 15 points. CATHY GLASER (Mt. Healthy). PRINCETON ... 14 14 II 15-54 MT. HEALTHY . . 12 15 13 17-57 PRINCETON-leonerd 2 2 6; Scoring 1 0 2; M. Plunkett 4 5 13; Yates 2 4 8; Brown 5 0 10; Sewell 6 3 15. Totals: 20 14 54. MT. HEALTHY-Johnson 8 3 19; Scully I I 3: Carlson 6 4 16; P.vks 3 4 10; Davis 3 1 7; Shepard 1 0 2. Totals: 22 13 57. RESERVES-Mt. Healthy, 35-31. Walnut Hills 58, Woodward 52 Visiting Walnut Hills' surprised Wood ward's Bulldogs In a Public High School League game, grabbing off a hard-fought, 58-52 victory to run its league record to 3-2. The Eagles, who grabbed a 16-9 lead at the first quarter, were never headed. They were led by Guy Hen-son's 15 points and Clarence Lowery's 10 rebounds. Woodward Is now 1-3 in the PHSL and 3-7 overall. JIM FRANK (Walnut Hills). WALNUT HILLS 16 17 13 12-58 WOODWARD 9 18 14 11-52 WALNUT HILLS Frisch 3 2 8: Thomas 3 2 8; Cole 1 4 6; Taylor 4 0 8; Lower 5 1 11; Henson 6 3 15; Ashley I 0 2. Totals: 23 12 58. WOODWARD-Bell 8 3 19; McKinley 1 0 2; Snuttelsworth 4 4 12; Zeff 113: White 4 0 8; Callaway 1 0 2; Collev 3 0 6. Totals: 22 8 52. RESERVES-Walnut Hills. 64-58. Prep Results WRESTLING HARRISON DEFEATED Walnut Hills, 41-13, in dual wrestling meet at Harrison. Takinq pins for Harrison were Rich Schlemer, Mike Brach, Jeff Kelly, Walt Rolfes. and David Burdtte. Walnut Hills' two pins were by Ernest Johnson and Mike Eckers. L0CKLAND DEFEATED Courter Tech, 43-3. in a match at lockland. Pins were scored for Lockland by Tom Brown. Mike Haves and Ted Crum. 9 9 13 H-45 16 14 18 19-67 8 18 14 14 54 9 13 22 17- 61 5 21; Apkinq 2 3 7; Clements 1 0 2: 2. Totals, 23 8 54 -"m"n" ' " " 6 14, Duoleln 6 0 12; Harlan 1 I Ui Totals, 20 21 61. j; Saturday, January 17, 1970 or After One Day Indian Hill Tourney Ends In Indian Hill, St.' Xavier and Moeller are tied for first ' place after the first day of competition in the Indian Hill Invitational Wrestling Tournament. Each school scored 11 points Friday night. Leading host Indian Hill South Africa Putting Head In A NooseGary Player JOHANNESBURG (UPD Gary Player, disappointed over the government's refusal to allow a non-white to plry in South African golf tournaments, said Friday the republic is putting its head in a noose as far as world sports is concerned. Government Minister of Planning Carel de Wet announced that Sewsunker (Papwa) Sewgolum, an Indian, would not be allowed to play in the South African tournaments this year. Player shook his head in disappointment. "We are slowly putting our head in the noose for Lima Senior 70, Portsmouth 49 PORTSMOUTH '- Lima Senior's Spartans wrapped up the Greater Ohio League championship here Friday night with a fourth quarter outburst that clinched a 70-49 win over the Portsmouth Trojans. All five Lima starters hit double figures, led by BUI Johnson with 18 points and Mark Shine with 16. Bill Davis of Portsmouth led all scorers with 20 points. Lima is now 8-1 on the year. Portsmouth is 6-4. BRAD McMAHON (Portsmouth). LIMA SENIOR . 16 16 12 26-70 PORTSMOUTH 12 11 14 12-49 LIMA SENIOR Shine 7 2 16. Frank 5 2 12. Johnson 9 0 18. Breitiqam 4 4 12. Downton 6 0 12. Totals 31 6 70. PORTSMOUTH - Davis 8 4 20, Wine-brenner 4 I 9, Pendleton 1 I 3, frost 2 0 4. Mvers 5 I II, Wfbb 1 0 2. Totals 21 7 49. j i0 )y : - Morn, I've Got Four Hands! so the look on Newport Catholic's Dave Manley seems to be Enquirer (Tom with pins were Jeff Lindner in the 137-pound class, Jim Blackley in the 165 and Doug Brendamour in the 185. Tom McLean (98) and Tom Rowekamp (185) recorded pins for St X. Mike Blanck (98) and Pat Seitz Sometimes The Action Moves Pretty Fast everything is a blur as Moeller's Mike Hacker battles Ralph Latham of Anderson world sports," he said sadly. "I have said in the past that Papwa should be allowed to play in the South African Open and I still firmly believe that. It comes as a great disappointment to hear that permission has again been refused," he said. Player said a system should be Introduced similar to that used in other countries in which players have to meet certain standard requirements before being allowed to play in a major tournament. "Papwa certainly meets this requirement," Player said. The Indian golfer twice won the Dutch Open championship and finished ahead of both Player and Standings GREATER CINCINNATI IEAGUI LEAGUE OVERALL TEAM W I W L ROGER 8ACON I 8 2 ELDER 5 2 8 3 MOELLER S 1 7 2 NEWPORT CATHOLIC 4 3 7 1 PURCELL 14 4 5 ST. XAVIER 3 4 4 LASALII 2 S 3 3 McNICNOLAl 0 7 0 9 PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE (Eastern Division) league Overall Teem W L W L WITHRQW J t) ( 3 WALNUT HILLS 3 2 4 6 HUBHt ., 1 1 WOODWARD 1 3 (Wester Division) I 7 Teem W I W I TAFT 3 0 7 3 WESTERN HILLS 2 2 3 4 AIKEN . ., 5 1 4 4 COURTER TECH .... 8 3 2 8 GREATER MIAMI CONFERENCE league Overall leant . . w I W I 1 w I SI 2 4 1 8 I 3 2 3 MIDPllTOffN ... 4 HAMILTON TAFT FAIRFIELD 1 4 1 PRINCETON 0 1 t Hubbard) Photos (185) pinned opponents for Moeller. Rounding out the point standings, Finneytown has 8, Newport Catholic 7, Dayton Roth 7 and Colerain and Anderson 3 each. Other pins were scored by Finneytown's Roger Ray-nor (155); Newport Catho Harold Hennlng in the 1965 Natal Open. Sewgolum made local headlines before after being refused permission to play in tournaments and once had to receive a prize outside the "whites only" clubhouse of the Royal Durban Golf Club. Player also said he felt the government should give American Negro tennis star Arthur Ashe permission to play in South African tennis championships. "But this does not look hopeful," Player said. When de Wet announced the bar on Sewgolum, he did not mention the Indian by name but referred to him as a "South African non-white golfer." HAMILTON COUNTY SUIUR8AN (American Division) IEAGUI TEAM W L WYOMING 7 1 OAK HILLS 7 1 ANDERSON I 2 COLERAIN 2 GREENHILIS 4 3 MT. HLALTHY 3 4 NORWOOD 2 LEAGUE OVERALL W L 10 1 1 (Nifiontl Division IEAGUI TEAM W L OVERALL W I I 4 FINNEYTOWN ' 4 1 LINCOLN HEIGHTS S 2 TAYLOR 4 4 READIN8 4 4 HARRISON 2 5 NORTH C0LLEGI HILL ..1 7 ST. BERNARD 1 7 LOCKLAND 0 7 EASTERN HILLS LEAOUI League Teem W I INDIAN HILL 7 t MILF0RD 1 I I 4 2 1 10 1 8 Overall L 1 DEER PARK 4 4 SYCAMORE MADEIRA MARIEM0NT IOVELAN0 3 S ytn isri i t 4 saying Draw lic's Pete Smith (107) and Greg Kuhn (heavyweight); Dayton Roth's Cleveland McCalister (123) and Andrew Jackson (heavyweight) and Coleraln's Dike Das-tilling (185). Finals will be held tomorrow with competition beginning at 1 p. m. Lemon-Monroe 89, Ross 82 ROSS, Ohio Lemon-Monroe defeated a smaller Ross, 89-82, in a non-conference game here Friday night. Dan Thomas, 6 feet 6 inches, scored 35 for Monroe, assisted by Rocky Irwin with 22. Larry Minges led Ross with 34 points. Lemon-Monroe is 10-3. Ross is 1-12. MARTY MYNHIER (Ross). LEMON-MONROE .22 22 18 27-89 ROSS 17 15 21 29-28 LEMON MONROE - Tillman 4 0 8, Thomas 11 13 35. Fowles 6 1 13, Allen 0 2 2, Irwin 10 2 22, Two 2 0 4, Strinko 1 I 3. Manly 1 0 2. Totals 35 19 89. ROSS - Butlerfield 0 4 4, Venom 5 0 10, Pavne 4 2 10, acker 8 6 22, Minges 15 4 34, uff 1 0 2. Totals 33 16 82. iri7ord 74, Sycamore 55 Mllford's Eagles retained their first place tie in the Eastern Hills League with a 74-55 league win over Sycamore at the losers court. The Eagles led in every quarter for the win, garnering a five point lead at halftime. MIIFORD 21 14 20 19-74 SYCAMORE .. 18 12 14 11-55 MILFORD-Spahr 3 1 7, Bonnell 4 2 10, Melbers 11 1 23, Hignite 4 I 9, Wardwell 5 3 13, Soellman 4 0 8, Klaus 0 4 4. Totals-31 12 74. SYCAMORE Imhoff 7 2 16, Noble 7 2 16, Guy Dlttoe 1 1 3, Greg Ditloe 1 0 2, Davis 4 2 10, Wyrlck 3 2 8. Totels-23 9 5S. Hamilton Taft 71, Withrow 53 HAMILTON Hamilton Taft won the battle of the Tigers here Friday night by downing Cincinnati Withrow, 71-53, in a non-league game, Seattle Pitcher Signs SEATTLE (UPI) Right handed pitcher Wayne Twitchell Friday became the seventh Seattle Pilot to sign his 1970 contract. Nk t Stabler Plans Grid Return SELMA, Ala. cPt Former Alabama quarterback Kerj (Snake) Stabler says he has been given another chance to play pro football for the Oakland Raiders. But Coach John Madden said Thursday in Oakland that Stabler has not signed a new contract. He said he would not comment further until after the college draft when the team could evaluate Its needs. Stabler gave up football last July 23, the day before the Raiders met the Kansas City Chiefs in an exhibition game at Birmingham. The left-hander said Thursday that he and Selma attorney Henry Pitts reached agreement with Raiders officials after a short meeting this week. He declined to discuss terms. ' Stabler said he and Madden agreed that the quarterback would rejoin the squad In tainlng camp in July and that Stabler's status was the seme as when he left the team. Madden said Wednesday that the Raiders probably would want Stabler to return as a back-up quarterback for Daryle Lamonica. The current back-up man, George Blanda, is nearing 40. Stabler was considered by Alabama Coach Paul Bryant as the most accurate long passer he ever coached. He v as the Raiders' second-round draft choice after the 1967 season and sat out 'most of 1968 with a sore knee. Stabler said his decision to drop out was based on the sore knee and partly because he was "tired of football." He said later he started to miss the game the night the Raiders played the Chiefs. Stabler is a native of Foley. Ala. He currently is a sports commentator for Radio Station WAMA of Selma. Thomas More Rehs Host Georgetown Thomas More Rebels make their attempt to get above the .500 mark today when they host the Georgetown Tigers at 2 p. m. at Covington Catholic High School. The Tigers of coach Bob Davis have proven the toughest of all Rebel opponents, having defeated the Covington collegians 29 times in 41 games. Last season, Georgetown defeated the Rebels, 75-68 and 103-90. The visitors bring a 9:6 record to Covington against the Rebels' 5-5 mark. Thomas More's team was as cold as the weather last Tuesday in losing to Transylvania and fell back to the .500 mark for the third time this season. Kenny Davis, 6-0 guard, leads Georgetown with a 30.0 per same average. John Wen-derfer leads the Covington team In shooting with a 23.0 mark and in rebounding With 12.5. In a preliminary game at noon, the Thomas More freshmen will play a Cincinnati AAU team. Varsity lineup: GEORGE- THOMAS TOWN POS. ' MORE 6 3 Osborne F Wenderfer 6 2 6 5 Wilson F T. Saalfeld 6-1 A-g Mv.ft C Schult 6-3 6-0 Davis G Dacev 6-2 6-1 Reid 6 Ryai Ryan 5 9 Cov. Catholic 72, , Hamilton Badin 58 Covington Catholic's Colonels snapped a 10 -game Hamilton Badin winning streak Friday night at Covington by routing the Rams, 72-58. Badin (10-1) led through most of the first half, and was on top, 36-33, at intermission. The winners out scored Badin, 22-7, In the third quarter, however, to pull away. Jim Rippe led Covington Catholic (9-2), while Kent Vail and Allen Kap-pers each tallied 18 for Badin. BADIN .. 18 18 7 15-58 COVINGTON CATH. . 16 17 22 17-72 BADIN-Ayres 3 5 II) Vail 7 4 18; Sackenheim 1 0 it Kapoers 6 6 18) Dixon 3 1 7 j Curtis I 0 2. Totals. 21 16 58. - COVINGTON CATHOLIC-RIck Derkson 3 3 9; J. Von Lehman 5 2 12i Beroer 4 2 10; Rippe 5 8 18; Topmiller 6 4 16; Fritz 1 5 7. Totals. 24 24 72. RESERVES: Covington Catholic. 57-46. Trade By A's Miffs Hurler KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) Pitcher Lew Krausse said Friday he wasn't happy about being traded from the Oakland Athletics to Seattle, but admitted there was nothing he could do about It. Kraujse, who lives here in the off season, called the trade a personal letdown. "It's a letdown for me, but I'll try to do the best I can with Seattle," Krausse said. "I wanted to stay in Oakland at least one more year. The A's are on the verge of winning it all." The Athletics Thursday traded Krausse, catcher Phil Roof, outfielder Mike Hershberger and relief pitcher Ken Sanders to the Pilots in exchange for first baseman Don Mlncher and utility lnfielder Ron Clark. Philadelphia!! Wins In Skating Meet PHILADELPHIA (UPI) -Patrick Lalor, 23, of Philadelphia, a four time senior men's champion, captured the compulsory figure por- tlon of the senior men's event Friday in the Eastern Figure Skating championships. Lalor finished ahead of Gordon McKelleri, Jr., 16, of Lake Placid, N. y., and James Stewart, 21, of Brick Town, N. J., in the compulsory set, which includes prescribed variations of the figure 8 and counts 50 per cent toward the final mark. GREATER CINCINNATI I Greenhllls 41, Ree4lnf 34. Hamilton Taft 71, Wittirew S3. Deer Park 54, Glen Este 48. Taft 71, Alumni 57 Finneytown 47, St. 8erner4 43 Elder 54 Pureed 4 Rooer Bacon 5. LaSallt 54 Walnut Hills 58. Woodward S3 Colerain 78. Tavler 60 Lovtlt4 61, Meriement SS Milford 74. Sycamore 58 North College Hill 75, lotkllne" 71 Aiken 62, Courter Tech 68 Meeller 44, St. Xavier 43 Oak Hills 71, Harrison 48 Lincoln Heights 73. Norwood 42 Mt. Healthy 57. Princeton 54 Newrort Catholic 75. McNicholas 54 Indian Hill 72. Madelet 67 Wvomint 62. Anderson 42 OHIO VALLEY Lima Senior 70, Portsmouth 49 Treate Ill, Celleeje Corner 89 New Richmond 40, Batavia SI Lebanon 44, Franklin 53 Wilmington 84, Circleville 49 Hamilton Garfield 104. Fairfield 49 Amelia 74. Felicity 73 Clinton Massie 54, Little Miami SO Mason 83. kings 74 New Miami 95. Laurel. Ind. 47 Middletown Fenwick 70, Oiferd Telawanda 42 Northeastern 72. Blue River 40 Middletown 74. Srinfield Sogth 48 Weynesvilli 51. Blanchester 47 NORTHERN KENTUCKY St. Henry 73. Bilhot Brostert 44 Covington Holmes 86, Diiie Htiihts 47 Holy Cross 73. St. Themes 43 Pendleton County 47, Highland! 54 Dayton 79, Erleneer Lloyd 70 Walton-Verona 74. Silver Grove 48 Johnson Central 103, Camobell County 84 Covington Catholic 72, Hamilton Badin 58 Geechweod 47, Simon Kenton 41 Newnoet PoMic 93. Sheleyvllle 82 OHIO SCORES Dayton Roosevelt 60, Dayton Belmont 57 Dayton femiew 43, Dayton White 42 Dayton Dunbar 84, Dayton Wright 59 Dayton Kisor 40, Deyte Stivers 47 Dayton Roth 92. Dayton Patterson 70 Dayton Carroll 74, Yellow Swiats 44 . Miami last 75. TKuasteh 72 Waoakenete 81, St. Marys 47 Arcanum 49, Versailles 40 Ansonia 45, New Madison 42 Franklin Monroe 42, Bradford 41 Gettskora 87, Westment 72 Anna 74, Falrlawn 45 ' Ft. loramio 87. Botkinl SS Russia 74. Jacksea Center 72 Mennon 41, Celina ICHS S4 Ft Recovery 42, Marion local 38 Mechanicsburf 58, Cadarville 48 St. Henry 88, Parkway 54 Valley View 82. Xenia Wilson 30 ., Buckeye Local 4, Indian lake 40 Northeastern 77, Northwestern 41 -Sgringfield North 40 Centerville 43 Northeastern 77. Northwestern 41 " Serinafield Shawnee JO. Graham 28 Greenon 47, Covington 85 Sarintfield Catholic Central 44, Dayto Alter 41 Southeastern 70. Triad 48 ' Mechanicsbura 58. Cedanrille 4S The Plains 44. Jonathan Alder 42 , Greenville 41, Urbane 51 Bellefontaine 55, Sidney 52 (overtime) New Philadelphia 40, Coechocton SB , Cleveland Holy Name 48, Cltvtlsnd ' Rhodes 41 , A ' Cleveland Max Haynes 54, Cleveland Marshall 53 (two overtimes) Euclid 56, Shaker Heights 50 Bedford Michigen 103, Bowling Green 44 lake $8, Otsego 52 Chillicothe 47, Upper ArllneUn 0 East Liverpool 44, Berberton 43. Wellsville 82, Beaver local 29. Lowellville 100, Crestview 53. Warren Western Reserve 88, Cuyahoga Falls 78. Younostown South 40, Youngstowt North 32. . ' Younostown Rayen 41, Youngstow Eesl 40. Youngstown Cheney 77, Youngstown Wil son 42. Youngstown Ursuline 47, Austintowg Fitch 51. Dayton Ckontinede 44. Meadowdele S3 Toledo Macomber 70, Toledo Woodwerd 44 Toledo liboey 92. Toledo Devilbiss 88. i. Rossford 7u. Eastwood 29 Strvthen 44, Youngstown Moeney 47. Sandusky 71, lerein Senior 41. Marion Harding 43, Fremont Rets 58. Elyria 48, Findley 53. Mansfield Senior 87, Lorain Admire King 68. Sandusky St. Mary 93, Huron 69. Mergaretta 74, Fostorie Wendelin 47. Norwalk 40, Willard 59. Monroevllle 94, Black River 44. Mapleton 61, Western Reserve 44. Plymouth 33, Freeericktown 32. Athens 49, Jackson 47. Gallipolls 47, Meigs 35. ' Ironton 87. Logan 47. Wellston 70, Nelsonvllle-York 41. Easter of Meigs County 84, Glouster 72 Federal-Hocking 89, Warren local 52. -Vinton County 74, Alexander 72. Ohio School for Deal 44, Stirr-Wathing ton 89. Salem 46, Nile 51. Sebring 58, East Palestine 52. Lisbon 42, Minerva 54. Poland 39, Columbiana 37. Warren Harding 79, Alliance 34. McDonald 77, Mathew 42. Western Reserve 47, Jackson Milton 44, overtime. Boardman 73, Glrard 47. Fairkern Baker 54. Fairmont West 47 Troy 45, Fairmont East 48 Dayton Stebbint 71, Wayne 61 Vandalia Butler 83, Trotwood Madison 79 Northmont 72, Eaton 64 Brookville 71, Tien City 48 Northridoe 71, West Milton 48 Prebla Shawnee 40, Bellebrooh 57 Jefferson 73, Notional Trail 54 Twin Valley North 71, Twin Valley South 49 Springfield Catholic 64, Alter 62 ' Carroll 76, Yellow Springs 66 ' Bellefontaine 55, Sidney 52 (Overtlmt) Greenville 61, Urbane 51 lakofa 62, West Middletown Mediton 41 Middletown Fenwick 70, Oxford Telawanda 42 New Bremen SO. Minster 48 Waynesville SI, Blanchester 48 Mason S3. Kings 76 Springfield Shawnee 30, Graham local 2i Miami East 75. Tochumseh 72 Coldwater 46, Kenton 58 Amelia 74, Felicity 73 ;; FELICITY Amelia's Barons rallied from a 62-53 third quarter deficit, " take a 74-73 win over host Felicity in a Clermon County League game Friday night SHERYL FAUBION (Felicity) AMELIA IB 14 19 21-74 FELICITY 19 17 26 11-73 Amelia-Swart 6 6 18, Brose 3 3 9. Roth 1 3 5, Kemp 10 4 24, Davis 6 3 15, Dougherty 0 1 1, Cook 1 0 2. Totals-27 20 74. ' Felicity-Buck 1 1 3, Ross 9 7 25, Croswell 3 1 7, Wehrum 7 7 21, Cooper I I 3, Conner 3 8 14. Totali-24 25 73.

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