TROY — The Troy girls basketball team maintained a share of the MVL lead and maintained a two-game lead in the Miami Division with a 65-27 win over Piqua Wednesday at the Trojan Activity Center.
Troy is now 8-5 overall and 8-1 in the MVL and will play at Greenville Saturday.
Piqua dropped to 1-10 overall and 1-8 in the MVL and will host Vandalia-Butler Saturday.
Troy led 21-8, 40-13 and 57-27 at the quarter breaks.
Macie Taylor matched Piqua, scoring 27 points.
She was 10-for-14 from the floor and had 12 rebounds, six steals and six assists.
Brynn Siler and Jovie Studebaker each scored 11 points.
Kiyah Baker pulled down seven rebounds and Morgan Kaiser grabbed six.
Madalynn Hughes had five rebounds and three steals and Makenzee Maschino had four steals.
Kenzi Anderson led Piqua with nine points and Chloe Stewart added eight points.
TIPP CITY — The Tippecanoe girls basketball team lost at home Wednesday night, falling to 4-7 overall and 3-5 in the MVL.
Tipp will travel to Stebbins Saturday.
Butler led 10-9, 23-17 and 39-27 at the quarter breaks.
PIQUA — The Tippecanoe boys bowling team handed Piqua its first loss of the season Wednesday at Breakpoint Entertainment.
Tipp improved to 2-2 overall and 2-1 in the MVL, while Piqua dropped to 5-1 overall and 2-1 in the MVL.
Tipp led by 59 pins heading to the baker games before Piqua’s rally fell just short.
For Tipp, Colin Maalouf rolled games of 223 and 214.
Brenden Blacketer had games of 194 and 148 and Dillen Swartz had games of 169 and 168.
Zach Clune rolled games of 151 and 144, Brendon Lupton had a 179 game and Noah Johnson had a 119 game.
Tipp had baker games of 152 and 148.
Dylan Jenkins led Piqua with games of 185 and 212.
Brayden Soliday had games of 173 and 178 and Collin Snyder rolled games of 170 and 179.
Connor Bollinger had games of 185 and 115 and Ethan Snyder had games of 128 and 138.
Piqua rolled baker games of 176 and 175.
PIQUA —The Piqua girls bowling team improved to 5-1 overall and 3-0 in the MVL, while Tipp dropped to 1-3 overall and 1-2 in the MVL.
Katelyn Brown led Piqua with games of 192 and 167, while Lillian Kirk rolled games of 157 and 127.
Lauren Hicks rolled games of 138 and 107 and Miranda Sweetman had games of 96 and 128.
Allison Hicks had games of 78 and 113.
Piqua had baker games of 118 and 167.
Isabeall Janney had games of 128 and 123 for Tippecanoe.
Emily Von Krusigk had a 121 game, Pressly Combs rolled a 118 game and Julian Arblaster had a 95 game.
Tipp had baker games of 107 and 186.