Weekend Boys Basketball Roundup


TROY — Mickey Anderson had a big first half for the Piqua basketball team, but Troy rallied in the second half for a 48-38 win in MVL action Saturday.

Troy finishes the regular season 7-15 overall and 7-11 in the MVL, while Piqua was 5-17 overall in the regular season and 4-14 in the MVL.

The game was tied at 13 after one quarter, but Anderson had 16 points in the opening half to help Piqua take a 28-18 lead at the break.

Troy outscored Piqua 30-10 in the second half, closing to within 33-32 after three quarters and continuing the momentum in the fourth quarter.

Kellen Miller in his final game in the Trojan Activity Center, scored 22 points and blocked three shots.

Aiden Luis added 11 points and dished out six assists and Brady O’Leary scored nine points.

Isaac Burns pulled down six rebounds.

Anderson led Piqua with 18 points and six rebounds.

Jace Weber scored seven points, Romen Medley dished out eight assists and Tate Kuhlman had four steals.

Tippecanoe 61,

Vandalia-Butler 38

TIPP CITY — The Tippecanoe boys basketball team finished the regular season with a record of 20-2 overall and 17-1 in the MVL.

The Red Devils led 15-5 30-13 and 47-25 at the quarter breaks.

Jackson Smith had 19 points, 11 rebounds, three steals and two blocked shots in his final home game to lead Tipp.

Maddix Sivon had 13 points, 10 rebounds and three assists and C.J. Bailey had 13 points and eight assists.

Caden Turner added nine points and eight rebounds.

Troy Christian 59,

Covington 45

TROY — The Troy Christian boys basketball team won Friday night at the Eagles Nest.

The Eagles finished the regular season with a record of 20-2 overall and 14-0 in the TRC.

The Buccs were 8-14 overall and 3-11 in the TRC in the regular season.

Troy Christian led 25-7, 35-19 and 54-28 at the quarter breaks.

Parker Penrod had 23 points in his final home game.

Frank Rupnik had 17 points, eight rebounds and three blocked shots and Christian Brusman ad eight points and three assists.

Alex Free had six points, five rebounds and nine assists.

Bryson Hite led Covington with 12 points.

Connor Humphrey scored 11 points and Brogen Angle added 10 points.

Tanner Palsgrove scored six points, Britton Miller had five rebounds and five assists and Gunner Kimmel had seven rebounds, three assists and two blocked shots.

Bethel 53,

Riverside 52

BRANDT — The Bethel boys basketball team finished the regular season 6-16 overall and 2-12 in the TRC.

Bethel led 14-12, 27-19 and 41-36 at the quarter breaks.

Cameron Ahrens had 19 points and eight rebounds and Mike Halleg had 13 points, five rebounds and three assists.

Carson Staton scored 10 points and Cameron Cooper scored five points.

Brookville 81,

Milton-Union 54

BROOKVILLE — The Milton-Union boys basketball team closed the regular season with a record of 3-19.

The Bulldogs trailed 22-18, 36-29 and 60-48 at the quarter breaks.

Zach Loving had 15 points and three assists and Braden Schaurer added 11 points, six assists and four steals.

Wyatt Kimmel had eight points and three assists and Titus Copp had seven points and four assists.

Carson Lavy scored seven points and Tyler Combs added six points.

Arcanum 53,

Newton 40

ARCANUM — The Newton boys basketball team closed the regular season with a record of 13-9 overall and 5-6 in the WOAC.

The Indians trailed 16-11, 27-25 and 42-33 at the quarter breaks.

Bradford 68,

Twin Valley South 64

WEST ALEXANDRIA — The Bradford boys basketball team finished the season 6-5 in the WOAC.

The Railroaders led 21-10, 42-27 and 54-51 at the quarter breaks,


Lehman Catholic 50,

Bradford 38

BRADFORD — The Lehman Catholic boys basketball team finished the regular season 16-6 with a win Saturday.

Bradford closed the regular season at 12-10.

Lehman opened a 20-11 lead at halftime and maintained the margin in the second half.

Donovan O’Leary had a double-double for Lehman with 21 points and 11 rebounds.

Shane Frantz had 10 points and six rebounds and CJ Olding had nine points and five rebounds.

Turner Lachey dished out five assists.

Hudson Hill led Bradford with 11 points.

Owen Canan and Griffin Trevino both scored nine points.

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