Monday Basketball Roundup

WEST MILTON — The Milton-Union boys basketball team improved to 6-3 with a 72-62 win over Valley View Monday night.

Milton was scheduled to play at Brookville Tuesday night.

The game was tied 15-15 after one quarter and Milton-Union led 30-27 at halftime and 49-46 after three quarters.

Blake Brumbaugh led the Bullodgs with 25 points, four assists and four steals.

Cooper Brown added 17 points, 12 rebounds and two blocked shots and Connor Yates had seven points and 10 rebounds.

Landon Bechtel had six points, seven assists and three steals and Tyler Kress had six points and three steals.

GIRLS

Tecumseh 57,

Troy 54

NEW CARLISLE — In a matchup of two strong teams, Tecumseh snapped Troy’s six-game winning streak.

Tecumseh improved to 8-1 with the win, while Troy dropped to 7-5 with the loss.

The Lady Trojans will host Piqua Wednesday in MVL action.

Troy led 16-13 at halftime, before Tecumseh took a 25-24 halftime lead.

The Trojans were up 43-41 going to the fourth quarter, before Tecumseh rallied for the win.

Bethel 46,

Y. Springs 31

YELLOW SPRINGS — The Bethel girls basketball team improved to 10-1 with a 46-31 win over Yellow Springs Monday night.

Bethel will host Riverside Saturday.

Bethel led 10-7, 26-16 and 33-21 at the quarter breaks.

Russia 68,

Bradford 32

RUSSIA — The Bradford girls basketball dropped to 9-4, playing Russia for the second time in six days.

The Railroaders will host Preble Shawnee Thursday night.

Russia led 16=6, 31-11 and 47-17 at the quarter breaks.

Austy Miller scored 17 points and Abby Fike added nine points, hitting three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter.

Houston 46,

Newton 26

PLEASANT HILL — The Newton girls basketball team dropped a home game Monday/

The Indians, 4-8, will host Ansonia Thursday.

Newton led 7-3 after one quarter, but trailed 20-14 at halftime and 35-20 after three quarters.

Mercedes Craig led Newton with seven points, seven rebounds and three steals.

Layla VanCulin had 12 rebounds, Reese Hess had seven rebounds and two blocked shots and Emma Szakal had three steals.