- Moeller 64 Sunnyslope (AZ) 40: Moeller improved to 2-0 at the VisitMesa.com Challenge in Arizona. After a non-Moeller like defensive first half in which the game was tied 33-33 Moeller came out and dominated the second half with full court pressure, winning the half 31-7 for a 24 point victory. Moeller wore down Sunnyslope with their depth, playing 11 guys significant minutes. Alex Barlow led Moeller with 10 points, he also had 5 rebounds and 5 assists. Charlie Byers and Ben Galemmo each scored 9 points for Moeller. Junior post Tony Sabato got involved inside for the Crusaders, Tony scored 9 points and grabbed 7 boards. Moeller also got contributions from reserves Hayden Fry, Josh Davenport, and Keith Watkins who all scored two buckets and provided defensive pressure.
Rozelle Nix was the MVP today for WithrowLaSalle 70 Leesburg (FL) 51: LaSalle remained undefeated and won their second game at The Kingdom of the Sun Tournament in Florida. Trey Casey helped lead LaSalle into the semi's with 19 points. Brandon Neel and Ryan Fleming each scored 14 for LaSalle.
- Withrow 82 vs Detroit Renaissance 52:Withrow finished the Motorcity Roundball Classic at 3-0 with a blowout win. Rozelle Nix was the surprise game MVP for Withrow with a stat line of 15 points, 15 rebounds, and 6 blocks. Big Ro' is getting better and better everyday, the 6-11 junior has a giant frame and can eat up space inside. Aaron Thomas had his third consecutive big game in Detroit with 21 points in only three quarters of play. Carl Porter scored 14 for Withrow.
- Taft 50 Goose Creek (SC) 39: Taft was impressive in the opener of The Piggly Wiggly Roundball Classic in Charleston. Goose Creek, one of SC's top teams, tried to slow down the pace but they couldn't keep it low scoring enough to avoid their first loss of the year to Taft. Jalean Lowe led Taft with 20 points, hitting 6-9 three balls. Adolphus Washington and Dwayne Stanford each added 10 points for Taft.
- Summit vs Conwell Egan (PA): The first game of the Holy Ghost Prep Holiday Tournament in Philadelphia was postponed due to weather. Summit will now play two times tomorrow.
- Middletown 57 Bryan Station (KY) 54: Middletown got the overtime win in their opener at The Gaslight Holiday Classic in Kentucky. Geovonie McKnight hit a three at the buzzer to send it to overtime and Middletown never looked back. McKnight had a big night for the Middies finishing with 24 points.
Paul Byrd has serious heart at Roger BaconNorth College Hill 74 Roger Bacon 67: Heavyweight prizefight for D2 bragging rights that was as good as expected. Tie game with under three minutes and NCH made just enough plays to win the game. The crowd was into it and emotions were flaring, Roger Bacon probably would've won if not for the crowd luring them into a costly technical. Paul Byrd did everything he could for Roger Bacon, scoring 16 points, but it wasn't enough. Byrd does deserve compliments for his toughness and leadership all game. For NCH it was a three man attack of Greg Sevilla's 15 points (this man will be ranked next time they're updated!), Jalen Render's 14, and Donald Bush's 17 points. For Bacon, Gavin Shuman scored 13, Jared Bryant 11, and Jabriel Coaston 7 in limited action due to foul trouble. NCH proved that they are for real, their press is excellent and if you let them get out and run your in for a long night. Greg Sevilla is getting into a serious scoring rhythm at NCHLakota East 66 Huber Heights Wayne 58: Huge road win for Lakota East. One of Cincinnati's top teams defeating Dayton's top team in a game that came down to the final minute. Lakota East hit their free throws after getting a stop with a minute to go and held on to win the game. Mike Boyd led the way for East scoring 14 points. Wayne stars Travis Trice and Markus Crider were both held in check by East and forced into horrible shooting nights. Jalen Goodwin and Allante Foster also scored in double figures for Lakota East.
- Winton Woods 64 Hamilton 46: Semaj Christon scored 17 in a Warrior road win.
- Madeira 58 CHCA 47
- Colerain 59 Mt. Healthy 53: Colerain senior wing Khari Pleasant had 22 points. Owls senior guard Derek Floyd scored 14.
- Mason 67 Loveland 38: Senior forward Brian Carden scored 21 points and grabbed 8 rebounds for Mason who is still undefeated.