Jan 13, 2012

Friday Area Scores

In perhaps the busiest Friday night of the season we saw several close games, and even some overtime action, in the city league and all over the Queen City....
  • Aiken 61 West High 56: In one of the more exciting games of the night CPHR saw two of the best CMAC teams go to overtime. This crucial in conference game was a battle all night as neither team took more than a ten point lead threw out the game. The Mustangs took their first lead since early in the first quarter with 5:03 to play and from that point on it was a nip and tuck to the end. With 3 minutes to go West High committed three straight costly turnovers that lead to two Aiken scores that gave them the 2 point lead at 45-47. Tied at 49 with less than 5 seconds to go Aikens senior guard Willie Moore took a last second floater that fell short and sent the game into overtime. Willie Moore showed us why he is considered one of the best around by scoring 8 huge overtime points to give Aiken the huge in-conference win. Willie Moore finished the night as the falcons only double digit scorer with 21 points 9 rebounds and 7 assist. West High was led by the shooting of senior guard Lionel "Bubba" Hill who finished with 16 points and by senior guard Darrel Bullocks 16 points.     
    • Report by CPHR student intern Daniel Watkins
  • Withrow 56 Hughes 50: On paper you would look for total domination by Withrow but the Big Red had another trick up there sleeve they jumped out to a 13-8 1st qtr lead led by the decision making of the shifty guard Angel Rivera who dished his way to giving the Hughes Big Red a 27-21 lead at half. I asked Coach Bryan Wyanz what was the key to his 6 pt. lead and he said he was appreciative of the effort and the tempo of the game, if we can contol the flow we will be able to give ourselves a chance to win in the 60's. In the second half the Big Red were still confident with there matchup 2-3 zone they withstood the run the game was tied after a technical was called on Hughes for illegal number (38-38)after 3qtrs. In the 4th the game went back and forth until with about 4 mins left back to back buckets by Erin Nichols was huge. Hughes retaliated with a 3 by Angel Rivera that put them down 1 but the Tigers closed it out with clutch free throws down the strectch by Damon Gooch(11pts) and Tyonte Robertson 10-10 ft's (12pts). Corey Wise led the Tigers with (13pts) Hughes had big contributions from Terry Cook (13pts) Dwight Nared (10pts 5rebs) Angel Rivera (10pts 7assts). 56-50 Cincy Prep Hoops asked Coach Gibert if he thought the Tigers were looking passed Hughes to their game Monday at Taft. He replied, "I believe we struggled with their zone but we were able to figure it out and hold on for the victory.
    • Report by CPHR staffer JB Burgin
  • Taft 101 Shroder 51: Jalean Lowe led Taft with 21 points while Dwayne Stanford and Adolphus Washington each added 16 in the win. Senior PG Orlando Berry also chipped in with 13 points and 10 assists. 
  • Summit 61 North College Hill 35: Sophomore PG Antonio Woods scored 21 points, while junior guard Kevin Johnson added 16, as Summit took commanding lead of the MVC in a blowout win. 
  • Woodward 68 Landmark 49: Senior wing Eric Hill scored 25 points in the win. 
  • Princeton 56 Lakota West 50: De'arius Young, a senior center, scored 15 points which proved to be the difference as the Vikings snapped a three game losing streak. West was led by the 13 points of junior guard Monty Boykins. 
  • Mason 56 Lakota East 41: Darrin Harris led all scorers with 16 points in the Comets win. 
  • Middletown 60 Fairfield 53: Sophomore wing Vince Edwards' 18 points and 18 boards, combined with senior guard Geovonie McKnight's 22 points, led the Middies to a crucial league victory. In the loss Fairfield was led by the 15 points of senior forward Keon Benjamin.
  • Oak Hills 53 Colerain 39: Junior guard Jake Richmond scored 27 points for the Highlanders as they extended Colerain's winless streak in the league.
  • Hamilton 45 Sycamore 43: Christian Jones led the Big Blue with 14 points in the win. 
  • LaSalle 50 Dayton Carroll 25: Josh Lemons scored a game high 15 points in the win. 
  • Roger Bacon 44 St. Xavier 42: The Spartans earned a huge win over south division rivals on the road.
  • Moeller 61 Purcell Marian 42: Ben Galemmo led Moe with 18 points, including 4 three pointers, in the win. 
  • Turpin 69 Loveland 41: Adam Boyer and Zach McCormick each scored 14 points in a Spartan blowout win. 
  • Milford 50 Kings 47: Robert Overbeck carried the Eagles to the win with 12 points and 11 rebounds.
  • Winton Woods 61 Harrison 48: Junior forward Kwan Cheatham led the Warriors with 21 points.
  • Northwest 66 Mt. Healthy 60: The 19 points of junior guard Ramar Hairston provided the spark in the Knights win. 
  • Anderson 60 Glen Este 42
  • McNicholas 58 Bishop Fenwick 54
  • Walnut Hills 67 Little Miami 28

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