Jan 20, 2012

Friday Night Scores

Monty Boykins led Lakota West to a road
victory over highly ranked Middletown
CPHR's #1 ranked team goes down in a huge upset win for the Lancers at Bill Cady Court. In a typical loaded Friday night the madness of mid-season league games was in full effect.......
  • LaSalle 37 Moeller 35: The Lancers won their third game in a row in the rivalry, upsetting the #1 ranked Crusaders at LaSalle. The defensive pressure of LaSalle was enough to force Moeller turnovers, neutralizing the Crusaders size advantage. The Lancers also used timely shooting to go on runs and find just enough offense to win a nail-biter, giving them a leg up in the GCL South; with the rematch coming in their last regular season game. Senior guard Josh Lemons was the game high scorer double-figure scorer as he tallied 9 of his 15 points in the first quarter. Sophomore guard Jeff Larkin was the only other double-figure man with 10 points for LaSalle.  
  • Arlington Country Day (FL) 69 Withrow 63: The Tigers put a great fight against a team that ranked in the top ten in the country by several media outlets. Junior power forward Devin Williams had a huge game for Withrow as he totaled 32 points, on 14/19 shooting, along with 13 rebounds in the loss. Senior forward Tyler Jordan was also in double figures with 11 points, while senior guard Kendall Beamon added on 6 points and 6 boards. Withrow, playing in a classic in Morgantown (WV), will face the host team tomorrow evening. 
  • Summit 63 Lockland 61: The Panthers suffered their second two point defeat to Summit of the season, the only team to test Summit so far as they remain undefeated. A big second half from junior wing Dontonio Wingfield Jr kept Lockland alive but his 20 points were not enough to get over the hump. Wingfield used his physical advantage over Summit guard Kevin Johnson, who countered with 18 points of his own, to score around the rim and bring Lockland within striking distance. Senior center Holdy Hertzel was the difference in this one as he led Summit with 20 points and 10 rebounds. 
  • Taft 73 Aiken 60: The Senators busted open a 20 point lead in the third quarter and cruised in the fourth as they remain undefeated in the league, for the second year in a row. Adolphus Washington led Taft with 22 points and 10 rebounds in the win while fellow senior forward Dwayne Stanford added 11 points and 9 rebounds. Aiken was led by the 17 points and 10 rebounds of junior wing Austin Grimes and the 14 points of senior guard Willie Moore. 
  • Lakota West 56 Middletown 53: The Middies were upset at home by the talented young Firebirds in a game that opens the GMC race up wide open. A 14-7 final quarter by West was enough for victory as they rode the 19 points of junior guard Monty Boykins all the way to the finish line in their biggest win of the year. Ali Barnes and Tyler Williams were the other West players in double figures as they scored 10 and 13 respectively. Middletown was led by the 19 points of Geovonie McKnight and the 16 points, with 10 rebounds, of Vincent Edwards as the Middies took their first conference loss of the season.
  • Mason 67 Sycamore 43: The Comets, the likely #1 team in next week's rankings, defeated the Aves thanks to 20 points from senior wing Darrin Harris, along with 14 from Mike Van Kleunen and 13 from JD Sprague. Sycamore got 16 points from senior post AJ Williams in the loss.
  • Princeton 56 Hamilton 51: Junior forward Eric Tivis led the Vikings with 12 points as they held off the Big Blue with a big third quarter run. Sophomore Christian Jones led Hamilton with a game high 20 points.
  •  Colerain 47 Lakota East 45: The Cardinals finally got on the board in conference as the 16 points of junior guard Milt Davis and the 12 points of junior guard Deiontay Waiters propelled them to victory. Freshman post Alex White had his first double-figure game with 13 points in the loss.
  • Fairfield 47 Oak Hills 43: Seniors Jeff Woods and Keon Benjamin each scored 10 in a balanced Indians attack as they held off the upset minded Highlanders, who were led by the 12 points of junior Jake Richmond. 
  • Winton Woods 59 Norwood 30: In a great defensive effort the Warriors stifled the Indians who were playing without their leader in senior guard Deontez McGee. Winton Woods was led by the 18 points of talented sophomore PG Ronnie Rousseau, on an impressive 8/12 shooting, while junior forwards Trent Donald, 14 points, and Kwan Cheatham, 10 points, chipped in as well. 
  • Walnut Hills 71 Milford 56: The Eagles avenged their only conference loss of the season with a home victory behind 20 points from junior guard Sterling Gilmore. 
  • Elder 44 St. Xavier 43
  • Roger Bacon 55 Badin 52
  • North College Hill 62 Clark 56
  • Northwest 59 Edgewood 35
  • Indian Hill 62 Finneytown 47
  • West High 60 Shroder 53
  • Loveland 45 Kings 44
  • Anderson 61 Wilmington 55
  • Mt. Healthy 46 Talawanda 36
  • Reading 68 Taylor 47
  • McNicholas 75 Purcell Marian 30

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