|Adolphus Washington, of Taft, battled in the paint|
against Withrow junior big Devin Williams in the Taft win
- Taft 81 Withrow 77: The second time around was a much more competitive game but Taft still got the victory, to clinch their fourth straight outright CMAC title behind the 24 points and 8 rebounds of senior post Adolphus Washington and the solid play, with 14 points, of senior guard Jermaine Freeman. The Senators took the lead at the buzzer to end the first half on a Jalean Lowe three pointer, Lowe finished with 12 points in the win (as did senior PG Orlando Berry), and extended that lead to 15 early in the fourth quarter as they turned up the defensive heat. Senior forward Dwayne Stanford, who scored 11 points and grabbed 9 rebounds, and senior wing Ra'saan Jackson who scored 6 points were instrumental in the run. Withrow battled back, shrinking the lead to as little as six on three separate occasions but couldn't get any closer then that until a layup at the buzzer gave Taft a four point victory. Withrow had an explosive scoring performance of their own as Tim Coleman totaled 21 points, including 5 three pointers, in the loss. Junior post Devin Williams added 14 points and 10 rebounds, in a poor shooting performance, while senior post Tyler Jordan chipped in 15 points and smooth junior guard Corey Wise was effective in creating mid-range shots with 13 points.
- Mason 66 Middletown 55: The Comets stayed alive in the conference title race in their last home game by defeating league leaders, the Middies, handily. Senior guard JD Sprague went off for 28 points in the upset, while senior forward Darrin Harris and Mike Van Kluenen added 13 and 10 respectively. Middletown was led by sophomore forward Vince Edwards who 20 points and 11 rebounds, while senior guard Geovonie McKnight chipped in 18 points.
- Summit 50 North College Hill 45: Summit junior guard Kevin Johnson scored a team high 15 points as the Silver Knights clinched their fourth straight divisional title. Sophomore guard Antonio Woods added on 11 points for Summit in the win.
- LaSalle 63 Kettering Alter 43: Lancers senior guard Josh Lemons scored 14 points, and held star Alter junior guard Jaaron Simmons to just 12 points in the LaSalle win.
- Moeller 77 Roger Bacon 69: Senior guard Ben Galemmo poured in 20 points as Moeller defeated the Spartans in an offensive affair. Junior wing Josh Davenport added 13 points for Moeller while senior forward Alex Voss chipped in 11. RB sophomore wings Austin Frentsos and Carlas Jackson scored 18 and 13 respectively in a Moeller win.
- Aiken 66 Woodward 62: Austin Grimes scored 22 points and grabbed 8 rebounds in the Falcons win while senior guard Willie Moore scored 15, and Paul Woodson totaled 9 points and 9 rebounds.
- Chaminade Julienne 62 McNicholas 45: CJ senior forward John Staley poured in 28 points, while sophomore wing Justin Bibbs added 20 in a league win despite the 16 of McNick's Drew Hall.
- Fairfield 68 Hamilton 45: Senior guard Kyle Smith's 18 points led four Fairfield double digit scorers.
- Princeton 63 Colerain 46: Senior guard Deion Isham tallied 18 points in the Vikings win over their rivals. Colerain was led by the 17 points of junior guard Milt Davis.
- Lakota West 82 Sycamore 73: The three usual suspects all had big games for West as junior guard Ali Barnes went for 25 points, junior guard Monty Boykins totaled 20 points, and sophomore guard Tyler Williams added on 18 as the Firebirds got the win. Sycamore was led by the 23 points of Joey Gruden.
- Lakota West 46 Oak Hills 43: Junior guard Robbie Harpring led East with 12 points in the win.
- Turpin 69 Little Miami 38: The Spartans got another win behind the 16 points of sophomore guard Zach McCormick and the 12 points of senior guard Mitch Stevens.
- Northwest 59 Norwood 40: Junior guard Ramar Hairston led the Knights with 20 points.
- Walnut Hills 69 Wilmington 46: The Eagles clinched the FAVC-East in the last game at the Nuthouse. Senior guard Andrew Mitchell led Walnut with a game high 20 points.
- Hughes 56 Shroder 41: Dwight Nared, a sophomore post, scored 19 points with 10 rebounds; while junior guard Terry Cook added 13 points and 12 rebounds and sophomore guard Angel Rivera chipped in 16 points and 11 assists.
- Winton Woods 66 Edgewood 45: Junior forward Kwan Cheatham and senior forward Zach McCorkle each scored 16 points in the Warriors win. Junior forward Trent Donald and sophomore guards Martin Jones and Ronnie Rousseau each added on 10 points for WW.
- Ross 60 Mt. Healthy 45