KETTERING — The Troy hockey team opened the Frozen Creek tournament with a 10-0 win over Mason Friday night.
Troy opened a 4-0 lead after the opening period and added three goals each in the second and third periods.
Cooper Sexton and Brady Smith had two goals and two assists each.
Camren Lombardo had two goals and one assist and Eli Wenning, Colin Burghardt and Ian Francis Knott had one goal and one assist each.
Brady Campbell had the first goal of his high school career and Gaven Burris dished out three assists and Andrew Condy had one assist.
On Saturday, Troy split two games.
The Trojans lost to Beavercreek 5-0 and beat Lexington Club Hockey 5-2.
Brady Smith had three goals, while Wenning and Andrew Condy had one goal each.
Sexton had two assists and Mike Shuman had one assist.
TIPP CITY — The Bethel boys basketball team opened the season with a win Friday night.
Bethel led 17-14, 35-33 and 54-51 at the quarter breaks.
Mike Halleg had 16 points and six assists and Jason Bowen had 12 points and nine rebounds.
Konner Holden scored nine points, Remi Brannan had seven points and 12 rebounds and Jonas Friend added seven points.
Evan Goodman added six points.
Indian Lake 83,
LEWISTOWN — The Bethel boys basketball team dropped road game Saturday.
The Bees trailed 23-18, 47-22 and 66-45 at the quarter breaks.
Jonas Friend had 24 points and three assists and Remi Brannan had 12 points, five rebounds, three steals and two blocked shots.
Mike Halleg had 14 points and six assists and Konner Holden scored eight points.
Jason Bowen grabbed six rebounds.
Miami East 58,
CASSTOWN — The Miami East boys basketball team opened the season with win at home.
The Vikings led 16-11, 21-13 and 42-24 at the quarter breaks.
Wes Enis had 22 points, nine rebounds, five assists, five steals and two blocked shots.
Jacob Roeth added 22 points and six assists and Mitchel Kemp had five points, five rebounds and four steals.
Connor Apple also scored five points.
XENIA — The Bradford boys basketball team opened the season with a win at Legacy Christian.
Bradford led 27-18, 47-26 and 74-45 at the quarter breaks.
Parker Davidson had 32 points, seven rebounds, four assists and three steals.
Owen Canan had 20 points, seven rebounds and six assists and Hudson Hill scored 19 points.
Landon Monnin added 15 points and four assists and Tucker Miller pulled down 11 rebounds.
TROY — The Troy girls basketball team dropped a home game Saturday night.
Troy trailed 19-9, 33-16 and 50-31 at the quarter breaks.
Amyannah Tucker scored 27 points, hitting five of 10 3-point shots. She also had 11 rebounds and two blocked shots.
Kiyah Baker had 10 points and five rebounds, Brynn Siler grabbed six rebounds and Allana Bolden pulled down five rebounds.
Troy Christian 37
TROY — The Covington girls basketball team improved to 4-0 with a road win in TRC action.
Covington led 9-7 after one quarter, but trailed 17-15 at halftime.
The Buccs had a 31-30 lead after three quarters.
Carlie Besecker scored 22 points for Covington and Maggie Anderson added 10 points.
Riley Orange had nine points for Troy Christian, while Brooklyn Lavy had seven points, nine rebounds and three assists.
Christian Brubaker added seven points, Reign Wilkins had five rebounds, four assists and three steals and Hope Carroll had four steals.
Jocey Hill added three steals.
Miami East 46,
CASSTOWN — The Miami East girls basketball team improved to 2-1, winning its TRC opener Saturday.
The Vikings led 19-7, 26-12 and 40-17 at the quarter breaks.
Jacqueline Kadel had 11 points for East, while Maryn Gross filled out the stat sheet with 10 points, four assists and four steals.
McKayah Musselman had seven points, five rebounds and four steals and Sera Rush had five steals and three assists.
Camryn Francis had six points, Lauren Barnes grabbed five rebounds and Mara Fine had three steals.
PLEASANT HILL — The Newton girls basketball team improved to 2-0 in the WOAC with a win over Franklin Monroe Saturday.
Newton led 16-15 after one quarter and it was tied 22-22 at halftime.
The Indians took a 36-32 lead after three quarters.
Layla VanCulin had a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds and Mercedes Craig had 12 points and eight rebounds.
Brooke Hines had seven points and three assists and Emma Szakal dished out five assists.
Reese Hess added seven points.
BRADFORD — The Bradford girl basketball team dropped a non-conference home game Saturday.
Bradford trailed 12-7, 21-9 and 35-17 at the quarter breaks.
Isabella Hamilton had 10 points and three steals for Bradford.
Ryleigh Dotson scored nine points and Brooklyn Crickmore pulled down 17 rebounds and blocked two shots.