|Mason put constant pressure on LaSalle|
senior PG Josh Lemons as the Comets pulled the upset.
- Mason 54 LaSalle 47: The Comets opened up the game with a 12-0 run to start the 2nd quarter as they punished LaSalle inside with the strength of senior forwards Darrin Harris and Michael Van Kleunen; who scored 15 and 12 respectively. With LaSalle cutting the lead to two by scoring the first 10 points of the third quarter, in a game the Lancers never led, it was the composure of senior guard JD Sprague (who scored 13 points) that kept the Comets together. Mason battled back and forth in the final quarter until Lancer's senior guard Josh Lemons fouled out on a charge with 2:21 left and his team trailing by three, essentially icing the game for Mason. The Comets played great defense all game, holding the Lancers to just 3/25 three point shooting, and stifling Lemons into tough shots; although Lemons did manage a game high 22 points. Despite the many turnovers Mason had in the second half, that allowed LaSalle to run and thus get back in the game, they were able to handle the ball down the stretch and make their FT's to get the win. LaSalle suffers their first loss of the season, and first since last January, while Mason has made their case for the #1 spot in the rankings with only one loss themselves.
- Middletown 81 Princeton 78: The 27 points, 8 rebounds, and 4 assists of senior guard Geovonie McKnight led the Middies to an overtime road win in what is now a heated GMC rivalry, as Middies coach Josh Andrews made his first return to his old gym. Middletown also got 18 points from senior guard Zach Edwards, while sophomore wing Vincent Edwards went for 16 points and 18 rebounds. Princeton was led by the 20 points and 10 assists of junior PG Dorian Jordan, the 21 points of senior guard Deion Isham, and the 17 points De'arius Young; as the Vikings have lost an unfathomable third straight league game.
- Chaminade Julienne 45 St. Xavier 37: The Bombers took another tough loss as the 22 points of NKU bound senior forward John Staley were too much for them to handle.
- Norwood 63 Mt. Healthy 61: The Indians came back from a 7 point fourth quarter deficit to win behind the 20 points of senior guard Deontez McGee.
- Walnut Hills 58 Wilmington 39: Junior post Isaiah Johnson continued his double-double streak with 19 points and 13 rebounds, along with 7 blocks; while junior guard Sterling Gilmore added 12 points and 5 assists in another Walnut Hills victory.
- Loveland 38 Milford 37: Anthony Lamachia, a senior guard, scored 16 points off the bench in a big Tigers upset win.
- Kings 54 Anderson 49: Senior guard Zach Brashear's 17 points led Kings to the victory.
- Ross 66 Northwest 62: Senior forward Max Mischkulnig's 21 points and 15 rebounds made the difference in the Rams win. Northwest got 16 points from Quez Evans, 15 from Randal Mullins, and 11 from Chazz Gwinn in the loss.
- Winton Woods 66 Talawanda 51: Junior forward Trent Donald went for 23 points and 14 rebounds as Winton Woods got their groove back from yesterday's loss at Taft. Sophomore guard Ronnie Rousseau and senior post Zach McCorkle both added 11 points for Winton Woods, while junior forward Kwan Cheatham tallied 13.
- Turpin 56 Little Miami 34: Junior guard Clay Johnson scored 15, and sophomore guard Zach McCormick scored 13 in an easy Spartans win.