|Mike Boyd was the main reason that East stayed undefeated.|
- Lakota East 57 Princeton 49: The undefeated run continues, but it was close. This game went back and forth the entire fourth quarter until with 40 seconds remaining when Mike Boyd's free throw miss was put in, plus the foul, by Cameron Lee to put East up by 6. Mike Boyd was spectacular all night scoring 11 points with 7 assists and 6 boards. Lakota East's Jalen Goodwin added 15 points on some strong transition play and RJ Leppert got hot in the second quarter scoring 11 points. Mark Minch added 7 points for East and and Brian Evans scored 9. For Princeton, Ulysses Thomas led the way with 14 points and Marcus Monterio scored 11. Both of them hit several timely three's to keep the game close down the stretch. Lionel Hill added 8 points for Princeton and Dearius Young was strong inside with 6 rebounds in limited minutes. Lakota East makes great use of the depth and does a great job playing together and playing hard; this is a team that no coach wants to line up against come tournament time.
Ulysses Thomas shoots over Mark MinchAiken 67 Thurgood Marshall 60: Landen Gaulden, Willy Moore, Gene Primus, and Femi Thompson all scored 11 points for Aiken.
- Lakota West 59 Colerain 54: Phil Cook led four double figure West scorers with 14 points in the win. Bryan Porter scorer 13 in the loss for Colerain.
- Turpin 59 Glen Este 54: Alex Williams led Turpin with 18, Adam Boyer scored 16, and Connor Grotton scored 11 with 9 rebounds.
- Milford 53 Anderson 40: Zach Baker led three double figure scorers with 12 points in the win.
- Winton Woods 70 Harrison 55: The Warriors got 20 points from Semaj Christon, 15 from Thomas Owens, and 14 from Dion Dearmond.
- Northwest 68 Mt. Healthy 56: NW was led by Mel Hunter's 22 points, he has been on fire lately, and Ramar Hairston's 15.
- Walnut Hills 46 Kings 39: Sterling Gilmore led Walnut to a win with 15 points.
- Moeller 41 Bishop Fenwick 37: Josh Davenport led Moeller with 12 and Charlie Byers added 10 points to keep Moe undefeated in a close call.
- Fairfield 56 Sycamore 50: Marcus Jones led Fairfield with 18 points in the win. Kevin Clark led Sycamore with 20 in the loss.
- Mason 72 Hamilton 43: Miles Ballard, JD Sprague, and Brian Carden all scored at least 14 points for Mason in the win.
- Middletown 72 Oak Hills 53: Vincent Edwards, a freshman forward, led the Middies with 16 points and Geovonie McKnight added 13. Kirby Wright, Jaihlen Teague, and Jalin Marshall all scored 10 points for the Middies. Thomas Schneider led Oak Hills with 26 in the loss.
- Roger Bacon 67 Alter 61: Jabriel Coaston led Bacon with 21 points, Paul Byrd scored 16, Gavin Schumann 14, and Jared Bryant 12.
- LaSalle 63 Badin 37: Brandon Neel and Josh Lemons both scored 11 points to lead LaSalle.