MIAMI TRACE (4-2/8-3) at CLINTON-MASSIE (2-0/4-2)
The Panthers are coming off a big road win at Hillsboro from Tuesday.
The Panthers are averaging 65 points a game and are led by Blake Baldwin. He puts up 12.5 points a contest, while Austin Schoellkopf contributes a 10.7 ppg average.
Cedric Pettiford, who missed 5 games between middle to late December due to an injury, has played in back-to-back games and has scored a total of 25 points bringing his average to 12.5 ppg average.
Despite the late start, Clinton-Massie has come out with a (4-2) start while defeating London and Madison Plains in SCOL action.
Tyler Uetrecht leads the team in scoring with about 13 points a contest. He is helped by Cory Saddler, who is averaging 10.3 points a contest.
For Massie, this will be the 3rd of six straight home games before going on the road in 8 of their last 11 games.
WASHINGTON CH (4-1/8-3) at LONDON (1-4/3-7)
The Blue Lions are on an 8-game winning streak and averaging over 52 points a contest this season. After forcing and converting seven East Clinton turnovers into 11 points in the 1st quarter, Tuesday, the Lions took an early lead that help them win on the road and ran their SCOL record to 4-1.
The Blue Lions are led by Derek Shaw, who is in the top 5 in SCOL in scoring with 14.9 ppg and 19 threes. He has been in double figures in 10 of the Blue Lions 11 games so far.
Conner Eckles averagest 9.5 ppg, while Garrett Phipps is at 7.1 ppg (23 threes, which is the SCOL's unofficial lead).
London's athletes, who started the season at 0-7, earned their first win of the season over Cedarville during the McDonald's Holiday Shootout. Then, they found out that Jonathan Alder had to forfeit two wins due to an ineligible player, so the Red Raiders picked up another win.
The Red Raiders started the new calendar year off with a close loss at Clinton-Massie and an overtime win at Greenfield.
Kyle Fisher, who was hurt late in the football season, has returned since the Cedarville win and has scored 18 points per contest in the last three games. Brok Bennett (15.7 ppg & 19-3s) and Zac Carey (12.3 ppg & 18-3s) will make the Red Raiders very dangerous to play against as the season rolls on.
EAST CLINTON (2-3/4-7) at HILLSBORO (2-3/5-4) To be broadcast on Buckeye Country & I Heart Radio
Both teams are coming off losses to the two Fayette County schools in SCOL action Tuesday.
East Clinton, who lost to Washington Court House, has lost 4 of their last 5 games. Tyler Lewis, who didn't get his first varsity start until the 6th game of the season, leads the team with a 17-point average. He had a 33-point game against Madison Plains earlier this season.
Dalton Floyd is unofficially the SCOL leading scorer with a 17.7 ppg average. Hayden Knisley adds 11.5 points a contest.
Hillsboro's offense centers around Jarrod Hart, who averaging 17 points a game. The Indians are only scoring 45 points a contest and are playing a string where 6 of 7 games will be at home over the next 3 weeks.
MADISON PLAINS (4-2/5-5) at MCCLAIN (1-4/4-7)
McClain has lost two games in a row in overtime and three of their last 4 games by 1 point.
McClain, though, is only giving up about 46 points a contest.
Greenfield is led by Ryan Faulconer, who is averaging 12.7 ppg, and Brett Shannon, who has an 11 ppg average. Shannon has hit 19 threes so far this season.
Madison Plains had three players in double figures (Brook Carter 13.5 ppg in 6 games, Ryne Davis 10.8 ppg in 10 games, and Alex Williams 10 ppg). Damon Glispie is in the top 10 in the SCOL, hitting for 16 threes.
London goes to Hillsboro for a make-up SCOL contest on Saturday night.
There are three SCOL schools playing non-league games: Jonathan Alder at Washington CH, Western Brown at Clinton-Massie, and Greenfield McClain at Unioto.