CLINTON-MASSIE 65, MADISON PLAINS 52
Clinton-Massie used a 14-7 first quarter scoring margin and a 25-16 fourth period margin to secure a big SCOL win at Madison Plains, Friday night.
The Falcons (13-3/10-1) stay two games ahead of Washington Court House with three league games left, including February 9th at Washington CH.
Falcons were led by Isaac Dell's season high 20 points, while Tyler Uetrecht added 15.
Madison Plains (9-7/7-4) was led by Damon Glipsie and Hunter Butin with 13 points a piece; Stephen Liemuex scored 12 points.
It was another heavy foul called game as Clinton-Massie made 17 free throws and Madison Plains had 12.
WASHINGTON 69, EAST CLINTON 48
The Blue Lions took an 8-point 1st quarter lead, slowly expanded it, and placed 11 players in the scoring column.
Derek Shaw led the Blue Lions (13-5/8-3) with 22 points. Garrett Phipps had 19 points.
East Clinton (8-11/4-7) was led by Dalton Floyd's 18 points.
MIAMI TRACE 69, HILLSBORO 57
The Panthers used a 32-11 fourth quarter to win at the Panther Pit, Friday.
The Panthers hit 11 of 12 from the field and forced 10 Indians turnovers during the final period to wipe out a 9-point third quarter deficit.
Unofficially, Miami Trace hit 57% from the field and bumped their record to (12-6/7-5).
The Panthers were led by Austin Schoellkopf's 20 points. Blake Baldwin scored 14, and Trevor Smith chipped in 12 points.
The Indians (6-12/2-10) committed 28 turnovers in losing their fourth straight game but shot an impressive 58% from the field.
Jarrod Hart led Hillsboro with 22 points.
GREENFIELD MCCLAIN 53, LONDON 43
McClain started with an 18-4 first quarter lead and held on to record their second consecutive win after beating London, Friday.
The Tigers (7-12/3-8) had lost a tough 62-61 OT game against the Red Raiders on January 8th.
Thom Schrader and Brent Shannon had 16 points each, while Ryan Faulconer added 10 points, to led the Tigers in scoring.
London (7-11/5-7) saw a modest two-game win streak snapped.
Since that OT win over Greenfield, though, they have a (5-4) record with two of the losses being by a point and by three points in OT.
Zac Carey led the Red Raiders with 14 points; Kyle Fisher had 10 points.