Jan 3, 2012

Tuesday Results

The GMC remains wide open after the Fairfield Indians pulled off a dominant road upset in front of a packed house. A full night of GMC action, along with several FAVC, GCL, CHL, and MVC games all resulted in some expected and surprising results from tonight...... Game Photos

Jeff Woods of Fairfield
  • Fairfield 66 Princeton 57: The Vikings never got closer then within four points after a intense first quarter and a half saw Fairfield take a 24-10 lead. Princeton made runs from time to time but could never gain back control due to the timely shotmaking of all six of the Indian senior role players. With Princeton back within four points with just 90 seconds to play a Jeff Woods three pointer put the dagger in the heart of the Vikings as the celebration began for Fairfield fans. On the night Woods was the most impressive Indians player by finishing with 16 points despite constant pressure from the Princeton defense. Statistically the top performance went to Fairfield senior post Brandon Murphy, who scored 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds in the win. The Indians also got an efficient 8 points and 8 assists from sophomore guard Tim Fleming, 11 points from senior forward Keon Benjamin, and 6 huge points from senior guard Devon Barlow. Princeton was led by the inspired play of senior guard Deion Isham who scored 21 points, grabbed 6 rebounds, and recorded 5 assists in the loss. The Vikings were able to score in the halfcourt but 20 turnovers kept them from making the comeback. 
  • Middletown 65 Colerain 53: Sophomore forward Vincent Edwards' 11 points and 16 rebounds, along with the 15 points of junior wing Jalin Marshall and 14 points of senior guard Geovonie McKnight, propelled the Middies to another league win. In their fourth straight league loss the Cardinals got 15 points from senior wing Elisha Campbell, 11 from junior guard Milt Davis, and 10 from junior guard Bryan Porter.  
  • Lakota West 60 Hamilton 46: Junior guards Monty Boykins and Ali Barnes each scored 15 points to give the Firebirds another league win. 
  • Lakota East 35 Sycamore 33: Junior guard Robbie Harpring led East with 8 points and 7 boards. 
  • Mason 62 Oak Hills 49: Senior point man JD Sprague led Mason with 19 points and 6 assists, while senior wing Darrin Harris went for 12 points and 8 rebounds, in the Comets win. 
  • Franklin 69 Springboro 47: In a battle of previously undefeated's the Wildcats came out on top behind a dominating first half. Franklin held Springboro star junior center Maverick Morgan to 14 points while Franklin freshman sensation Luke Kennard, a versatile wing, scored 22 points. 
  • LaSalle 71 Shroder 48: Another defensive clinic led the Lancers to another win, keeping them undefeated on the season. Senior guard Josh Lemons led LaSalle with 29 points. 
  • Roger Bacon 55 Elder 43: Sophomore wing Austin Frentsos led four double figure Spartan scorers with 14 points in the win. 
  • Summit 68 CCPA 24: Three Knights players each scored 10 points, and every player scored in the blowout win. 
  • Walnut Hills 60 Loveland 44: Junior post Isaiah Johnson scored 16 points with 14 rebounds, while junior forward Kodey Jackson added 16 points and 9 rebounds, in the comfortable Eagles win. 
  • Turpin 78 Kings 62: Sophomore guard Zach McCormick scored a career high 33 points as the Spartans rallied from a poor first half to blow out Kings. Senior guard Mitch Stevens added 15 in the Turpin win; while Kings was led by the 27 points of Tommy Schnee. 
  • Glen Este 49 Milford 46: Eagles senior center Rob Overbeck went for 22 and 16 in the loss. 
  • Norwood 57 Bethel Tate 39: Indians senior guard Deontez McGee led the way with 19 points in the win. 
  • Reading 44 Ross 37
  • Indian Hill 71 Anderson 51
  • Wyoming 43 Purcell Marian 40
  • Badin 57 CHCA 33
  • McNicholas 65 Seven Hills 50

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