Area middle school basketball teams hit the court Monday.
The Bellefontaine 7th-grade girls fell to North Union 29-14.
Ava Oppy led the Lady Chiefs with 6 points.
Sloan Stolly chipped in with 4 points and nabbed a team-high 6 steals.
Amari Hunsicker and Joy Fogan rounded out the scoring for the Lady Chiefs.
Hunsicker grabbed 5 rebounds with Oppy pulling down 4 boards.
The 7th-grade Chiefs improve to 3-1 on the season and will travel to Graham Wednesday night.
The Lady Chiefs 8th-grade team defeated North Union 32-23.
Hailee Lamb paced Bellefontaine with a game-high 22 points and six steals.
Grace Brown and Emma Whitaker also added 3 each, and Presley Vigansky and Paige Smith added 2 each.
Vigansky led the Chiefs on the boards hauling in 13 rebounds and 5 blocks.
Hannah Wilson and Alivia Wage also added good minutes on the court.
The 8th-grade Lady Chiefs will be back in action Wednesday traveling to Graham.
The Bellefontaine 7th-grade boys defeated North Union 43-18.
Reign St. Clair led the Chiefs with 14 points and Sam Jenkins added 11 points.
The Bellefontaine 8th-grade boys needed overtime to get past North Union 32-31.
CJ Butler scored the game-winning layup with 11 seconds left for the Chiefs.
Bellefontaine is back in action Wednesday when they host Graham at 6:30 p.m.
The Benjamin Logan 7th-grade girls lost to Urbana 28-24.
Joplin Schneider led the Lady Raiders with 10 points followed by Autumn Cline with 6 points.
Benjamin Logan also fell in the 8th-grade contest to Urbana 29-18.
Kylie Harner paced the Lady Raiders with 6 points while Molly Siefring chipped in with 5 points.
The Lady Raiders will host Indian Lake Thursday starting at 5:30 p.m.
The Urbana 7th-grade boys ran past Benjamin Logan 49-21.
Case Teepe led the Hillclimbers with 16 points and Roman Swain had 9.
In the 8th-grade game, Urbana won big over Benjamin Logan 55-18.
For the Hillclimbers, Grady Lantz led with 15 points, Kaden Underwood tallied 13, and BJ Potter recorded 12.
Alex Hassel led the Raiders with 8 points and Caiden Smitke scored 6 points.
Benjamin Logan will travel to Indian Lake Thursday.
The Riverside 7th-grade girls edged past Miami East 19-18.
For the Lady Pirates, Kenzie Stotler led with 13 points, Chloe Purtee chipped in with 4 points, and Molly Carman added 2 points and 6 rebounds.
The Riverside 7th-grade girls improve to 3-3 (3-2 conference).
The Lady Pirates 8th-grade team beat Miami East 29-25.
Emilee Robinson and Miah Carman each had 9 points to lead the way for Riverside. Kenna Johnson scored 8 points, Madelyn Lemly had 2 points, and Keira Manahan tallied 1 point and 13 rebounds.
The Lady Pirates stay undefeated at 6-0 (5-0 conference).