|Adolphus Washington was the star inside|
in Taft's victory over previously undefeated Summit
- Taft 63 Summit 46: Adolphus Washington was too much inside for the Silver Knights as he scored 24 points and grabbed 8 rebounds in a game that was much closer then the final score looks. Summit was in the game until the very end but Washington and senior guard Orlando Berry, who scored 15 points, made timely plays on both ends of the floor to extend the Senators lead. Taft also got 7 points from senior guard Jermaine Freeman, and 6 points from seniors Jalean Lowe and Dwayne Stanford. Summit was led by the 12 points of senior post Holdy Hertzel and 8 points of sophomore Mike Barwick who showed tremendous heart inside in holding Washington throughout much of the first half, while making some scoring plays of their own. The Summit guards struggled with their shots on the night but Kevin Johnson was able to manage 10 points and Antonio Woods 9. All in all it was a great effort by Summit who proved that they belong on the court with the top team in Cincinnati, the Taft Senators. The loss was the first of the season for Summit, while Taft remains undefeated against local competition.
- Middletown 81 Princeton 79: Senior guard Geovonie McKnight's 31 points and 8 rebounds pushed the Middies one step closer towards an outright GMC title. Vince Edwards added 16 points for the Middies, while Jalin Marshall and Zach Edwards added 14 each. Princeton, who led throughout much of the fourth quarter, was led by the 25 points and 10 rebounds of senior post De'arius Young. The Vikings also got 15 points from Dorian Jordan, 12 points from Deion Isham, and Eric Tivis chipped in 9.
- Mason 64 Fairfield 40: Senior wing Darrin Harris scored 17 points, while senior guard JD Sprague chipped in 15 in a Comets blowout win.
- Lakota West 57 Lakota East 46: The Firebirds blew the game open in the fourth quarter behind the 14 points of junior guard Ali Barnes and the 11 points of sophomore guard Tyler Williams. Freshman forward Myo Baxter was the leader for East with 14 points in the loss.
- Colerain 65 Sycamore 46: Junior guards Milt Davis and Bryan Porter led the Cardinals with 19 points and 15 points respectively. The Aves were led by the 11 points of senior post AJ Williams.
- Moeller 33 Bishop Fenwick 20: Josh Davenport, a junior wing, and senior guard Ben Galemmo each scored 11 points to lead Moeller in a low scoring affair.
- Kettering Alter 63 Roger Bacon 51: Junior guard Jaaron Simmons, one of the GCL top scorers, led the way with 21 points in a Alter home court win.
- LaSalle 45 Badin 28: Josh Lemons, Jeff Larkin, and Tyler Vogelpohl all scored in double figures to lead the Lancers to another win.
- Dayton Thurgood Marshall 57 Aiken 46: Senior forward Paul Woodson scored 23 points with 15 rebounds as the top performer in the Aiken loss, while senior guard Willie Moore added 10 points. Thurgood was led by senior guard Joe Thomasson, one of the state's hottest players, with 22 points.
- West High 81 Lockland 65: Senior wing Keevin Tyus went off for 30 points in the Mustangs win.
- Turpin 67 Glen Este 55: Sophomore guard Zach McCormick exploded for 29 points in the Spartans win while senior guard Mitch Stevens added 16 points.
- Walnut Hills 66 Kings 47: Junior sharpshooter Ricardo Hill led three double figure scorers for Walnut with 13 points in the victory.
- Clark 66 Mt. Healthy 49: Sophomore guard Malik Rhodes scored a career high 19 points in a Clark victory as the Cougars remain hot down the stretch.
- Winton Woods 70 Harrison 46: Ronnie Rousseau, a sophomore point man, scored 19 while junior forward Trent Donald added 16 and fellow junior forward Kwan Cheatham chipped in 14 in the win.
- Elder 53 McNicholas 50