Dec 7, 2010

Scores From Around the City:

East's RJ Leppert plays harder then anyone
and helps lead a very good Thunderhawk team.
Another night of exciting action with some close games and some unexpected results. In what appears to be the best game of this early season Lakota East defeated Princeton thanks to a furious fourth quarter comeback to win their opener. East's seniors are going to make this a great year for their team, even more so as Allante Foster comes along and Mark Minch gets healthy. The other big game tonight, Winton Woods at Roger Bacon, went to Winton Woods who won by a shocking 25 points thanks to Semaj Christon and Dennis Thomas.

Middletown 77 Walnut Hills 49 - Jaihlen Teague and Geovonie McKnight both scored in double digits. As did sophomore guard Kyree Burton for Walnut.

Winton Woods 78 Roger Bacon 53 - Can't believe this score or the margin but it's true. Dennis Thomas hit 7 three's and finished with a unbelievable 33 points for the Warriors. Semaj Christon had 16 for Winton Woods, and Paul Byrd had another big night with 18 for Bacon. Senior big Jared Bryant only saw limited action for Bacon due to a knee injury.

Lakota East 54 Princeton 48: East went on a 12-0 fourth quarter run, behind the play of Mike Boyd and RJ Leppert, to win the game. Jalen Goodwin also had double digits for East. Ulysses Thomas led Princeton with 15 points.
Lakota East's 6 man senior class is off to a great start with
a win over Princeton. They are led by Mike Boyd (#23)
Northwest 62 Finneytown 58: Ramar Hairston sunk two FT's to cement the game for NW.

West High 50 Mt. Healthy 44: Kevin Tyus had 26 and Lionel Hill 16 for The Mustangs

Clark 72 Lockland 60: Paul Woodson led Clark with 15 points and 13 rebounds. Senior Wing Alphonso Upshaw had 27 for Clark, sophomore guard DJ Wingfield had another 13 for Lockland.

Summit 54 Seven Hills 47: Ryan Glass scored 20 for Summit, Kevin Johnson had 16, Jack Gustofson 10, and Milt Davis and Antonio Woods helped handle the ball down the stretch to get Summit their first win.

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