Dec 13, 2011

Tuesday Results

Geovonie McKnight had 29 in the Middletown win
The stars shined bright in Middletown tonight in a clash of the titans that came down to the last 2:00; elsewhere, we saw competitive action across the board. Here are tonight's scores.... Game Photos 

  • Middletown 66 Aiken 60: After a Willie Moore three pointer capped a 7-0 Aiken run to tie the game at 58 with just 1:37 to go Coach Andrews got the attention of his defense. Coming out of the timeout Middletown forced two straight turnovers and scored 6 points to put the game away with :43 on the clock. The story of the game was the heavyweight battle between Triple Double Prospects top two Cincinnati prospects in 2012, SG Willie Moore of Aiken (who finished with 20 points, 5 rebounds, and 3 assists) and Middletown's PG/SG Geovonie McKnight (scored a game high 29 points on 9/15 shooting and 9/11 FT's with 5 rebounds, and 5 assists). The two AAU teammates one upped each other all game long in a thrilling game as McKnight's team ultimately came out on top. Middletown's "Robin" to McKnight's "Batman" was sophomore wing Vincent Edwards, who scored 20 points with 10 rebounds in the win. Edwards has become, in our opinion, the top 2014 prospect in Ohio as he continues to improve his all-around game, Aiken senior forward Paul Woodson had a career night with 18 points and a game high 19 rebounds while sophomore guard Correy Cavins had another nice scoring night with 12. The Falcons were forced to play without two of their varsity players (missing for academic reasons), reducing them to just 7 varsity players; the five main Aiken players played all but 3:35 of the game. At the end of the night the Middies impressed CPHR with their toughness as they sustained momentum in a fast paced game of runs and got a key win over a very tough opponent. 
    • Note: College coaches from Cincinnati, Ohio State, Duquesne, Cleveland State, Akron, and Northern Kentucky all attended the game to scout players. '12 Aiken SG Willie Moore has signed a letter of intent with Duquesne. 
  • Fairfield 43 Centerville 36: Senior sniper Kyle Smith came off the bench to hit four three balls and finished with 15 points as Fairfield remains undefeated. Senior wing Jeff Woods added 12 points in the Indians win.  
  • Mason 49 Kings 41: Senior forward Mike Van Kleunen scored 20 and senior wing Darrin Harris chipped in 16 to keep the Comets undefeated. Kings was led by the 14 points of senior guard Zach Brashear in the loss. 
  • Roger Bacon 46 Bishop Fenwick 41: Sophomore wing Carlas Jackson continues his breakout season as he went for 17 points, 8 boards, and 5 steals in a Spartan win.
  • Shroder 39 Mt. Healthy 36: Senior center Ladell Griffin led the Jags with 13 points and 8 rebounds in their second win of the season. 
  • Milford 43 Wilmington 39: Senior center Robert Overbeck led all scorers with 17 in a win. 
  • Loveland 58 Glen Este 56: Despite the loss, junior guard Austin Rieck can be proud of his 27 point outing for Glen Este. 
  • Norwood 70 New Richmond 56: Senior guard Deontez McGee scored 27 in the Indians win.
  • Franklin 92 Carlisle 47: Senior forward Jacob Rossi went off for 26 points while freshman guard Luke Kennard scored 18 points with 8 rebounds and 4 assists in the win. Senior forward Justin Rossi also went for 19 in the Wildcat win. 
  • Dayton Carroll 56 McNicholas 53Senior wing Drew Hall had 22 points in the Rockets loss. 
  • Maderia 75 Reading 58
  • Summit 59 Cincinnati Christian 26
  • Lockland 57 CHCA 29
  • North College Hill 59 Seven Hills 37
  • Clark New 71 Miami 28
  • Oak Hills 72 Elder 59

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