The Bellefontaine varsity girls fell at home to St. Marys 43-38.
The Lady Chiefs would take a one-point, 8-7, lead at the end of the first quarter. Bellefontaine would build that lead up to five in the second quarter, but St. Marys would battle back and take a 20-19 lead into the halftime break.
The third quarter saw each team go on a 7-0 run to keep it a one-point game heading into the 4th quarter.
The Roughriders would capitalize on 9 Bellefontaine turnovers in the 4th quarter to secure the five-point victory.
Tiffany Boop led the Lady Chiefs with 15 points, Quinlan Zedeker poured in 10 points, and Lexi Robinson tallied 8 points.
Bellefontaine falls to 5-5 on the season.
The Lady Chiefs travel to Lima Shawnee Thursday.
St. Marys ran away with the JV game 57-16.
You can watch the varsity game here:
The Benjamin Logan varsity girls fell to West Jefferson 45-30.
Mia Stahler led the Lady Raiders with 11 points and Kyndal Cronkleton added 9 points.
Benjamin Logan falls to 5-7.
The JV Raiders lost to West Jeff 32-21.
Adilynne Gregg had 8 points and Mya Burrey added 4 points.
Benjamin Logan will travel to Archbishop Alter Friday. JV tips off at 3:30.
Calvary Christian lost to New Hope 72-53.
Patrick James led the Spartans with 16 points.
Calvary falls to 3-4, 3-1 in the OVCC.
Riverside fell to Miami East 46-37.
Leading the Pirates was Ayden Clary with 21 points.
Miami East took the JV game 54-18.
In the freshman game, Riverside fell 46-37.
Hayden Sanford led with 15 points.
Urbana defeated Southeastern 63-52.
Will Donahoe paced Urbana with 20 points.
The Hillclimbers improve to 5-1.
The Riverside 7th-grade boys defeated Indian Lake 38-31.
Brody Osborne led the Pirates with 26 points.
The Lakers took the 8th-grade game 47-26.
For the Pirates, Colton Hurley led with 15 points.
The West Liberty-Salem 7th grade boys defeated Greeneview 55-36.
Beckett Sullivan led the Tigers with 13 points, Asher Cole finished with 10 points, Zeke Longshore and Liam Barger each chipped in with 9 points, Brayan Gullett added 5 points, Austin Markin scored 4 points, Zade Beileski had 3 points, and David Roberts tallied 2 points.
The 7th-grade Tiger boys improve to 5-0.