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BOYS BASKETBALL


BETHEL 67, YELLOW SPRINGS 25: The Bulldogs fell in their first-round matchup against no. 4 seed Bethel, Saturday at Troy High School. They finish with a record of 6-16. Yellow Springs lose senior forward Hafiz Mensah-Hammond with the conclusion of this season. Bethel’s next game is against no. 5 seed Xenia Christian, at 7:30 p.m. today at Troy High School.


GIRLS BASKETBALL


KENTON RIDGE 66, CARROLL 53: The Lady Patriots lost a tough matchup against the no. 1 seed on Saturday at Tecumseh High School. Carroll had made easy work of no. 9 seed Springfield Northwestern and seventh seeded Dayton Meadowdale, previously. Their loss gives them a final record of 17-8. Carroll loses seniors Emma Rumme, Caroline Austria, Ashley Zugelder, Stephanie Townsend, Ashley DePoorter and Madison Schroeder in the offseason.


CLINTON-MASSIE 36, BELLBROOK 24: Bellbrook had won 12 games in a row coming into Saturday’s clash against no. 2 seed Clinton-Massie at Lebanon High School. They had relied on aggressive defense during their streak, but they weren’t able to come back after being held scoreless in the beginning period of their final tournament game. The Lady Eagles finish with a record of 19-5 on the season. They lose seniors Caroline Hypes, Kara Eckley, Madison Pittman, Chea Taylor, Emily Smith and Dina Khalil.


FAYETTEVILLE-PERRY 65, YELLOW SPRINGS 22: The Lady Bulldogs had a difficult task taking on undefeated and no. 1 ranked Fayetteville-Perry in a D-III tournament game this Saturday. The Rockets had defeated their previous two opponents by a combined total of 183-17. Yellow Springs finishes the season with a record of 11-10. They lose seniors Rachele Orme, Brianna Ayers and Kennedy Harshaw.


WRESTLING


DIVISION I


KETTERING — D-I schools competed in the second day of the District tournament, Saturday at Fairmont High School. Beavercreek finished in 20th place at 27 points with no wrestlers qualifying for state. Jacob Keller won the fifth place match at 145 pounds by pinning Steven Serbinski of Lebanon in 2:32.


Fairborn finished 28th at 13 points with no wrestlers qualifying for state. A.J. Warner won the fifth place match in a 6-5 decision over Harrison’s C.J. Brown. David Sittason of Harrison won a 3-2 decision over Gunnar Parr in the 285 lbs second consolation round. Austin Sper of Fairfield defeated Tyler Cutlip at 120 lbs in a 9-5 decision in the first consolation round.


Xenia finished at 32nd with 12 points. Gerald Thornberry of Moeller defeated Xenia’s Trever Jackson, 16-0 in the third consolation round. In the second consolation round, Brown of Harrison defeated Tyler Senter of Xenia 4-2 in overtime. Lawrance Dudgeon of Xenia lost a 13-7 decision to Josh Daniels of Colerain in that round.


DIVISION II


WILMINGTON — D-II schools competed in the final day of the District Championships, Saturday, at Wilmington High School. Bellbrook finished ninth, with three wrestlers qualifying for state. “The Three Amigos” are all state bound. Cam Kelly scored a first place, 3-1 victory over Eli Seipel of New Paris Graham. 160-lb. wrestler, Ben Schram, placed second with an overtime loss, 3-1, to Alex Marinelli of Graham. Tyler Wiederholt placed third with a 3-1 victory over Tyler Sowards of Kenton Ridge in the 145-lbs. C.J. Broderick fell 7-1 to Brandon Pahn of Warren in the third consolation round.


Greenon placed 36th with 6.5 points and no state qualifiers. Corey Williams lost a 7-5 decision to Kenon Bowling of Western Brown in the 152 lbs, second consolation match. Aaron Leciejewski at 220 was pinned by Daylen Neece of Meigs in 59 seconds.


DIVISION III


TROY — D-III schools competed in second-day matches of the District tourney, Saturday at Troy High School. Greeneview finished in fourth place at 78.5 points. They had three state qualifiers. At 145, Logan Lacure won a 5-1 decision over Joe Ziegler of Mechanicsburg. Armani Robinson won a major decision at 182 lbs, 16-6 over Dylan Williams of Brookville. Adrian Harding finished second after a 3-1 overtime loss to Ben Sullivan of National Trial at 220 lbs.


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