CLINTON MASSIE 60, LONDON 53
The Falcons trailed early in their regular season home finale by a 9-2 score but battled back through most of the contest, which included 10 lead changes in the 2nd quarter.
Trailing 50-47 going into the 4th quarter, the Falcons' defense forced 6 Red Raider turnovers and held London to only 1 of 11 from the field.
Tyler Uetrecht led the Falcons with 19 points, and nine players scored for Clinton-Massie.
London (5-8, 7-12) was led by Brok Bennett with 16 points, and Zac Carey with 14 points.
The Massie win gives the Falcons an (11-1) league mark with games Saturday at Washington CH and then Friday at Miami Trace. They are (14-4) overall.
The title is the school's first SCOL championship since the district joined the SCOL 8 years ago.
GREENFIELD MCCLAIN 63, WASHINGTON CH 49
The Tigers jumped out to a 16-2 lead and held off several Blue Lions challenges before holding on for the win.
The loss puts Washington three games back with only 2 games left in SCOL play.
McClain (4-9, 8-12) had four players in double figures and was led by Thomas Schrader who had 19 points, while Ryan Faulconer added 15, Brent Shannon had 13, and John Turner chipped in 10 points.
Washington (8-4, 13-7) was led by Derek Shaw's 13 points and Tyler Sloane's 12.
HILLSBORO 48, MADISON PLAINS 41 (2 OT)
The Indians snapped a four-game losing streak and picked up their second win in 2013 at the free throw line.
Hillsboro (3-10, 7-12) was 10 of 21 from the charity stripe, while Madison Plains was 3 of 12.
Jarrod Hart had 13 of his game-high 21 points in the 1st half as Madison Plains led 22-18 at the half.
Jordan Captain, who was in foul trouble during most of the 1st half, responded with 18 points.
The Golden Eagles (7-6, 11-8) were led by Brooke Carter with 13 points and Alex Williams with 11.
Madison Plains is scheduled to be at Westfall, Saturday.
Hillsboro will play three games next week: Monday at Batavia in a make up game, against Goshen on Tuesday, and for a regular season game Friday.
MIAMI TRACE 57, EAST CLINTON 49
The Panthers built a 6-point lead late and the Astros couldn't get any closer as the Panthers swept their series against East Clinton.
The Panthers had three players in double figures and were led by Blake Baldwin's 12 points. Trevor Smith made 11 points and Brantlyn Decker had 10 points.
East Clinton was led by Dalton Floyd, who ended with 16 points.
The win puts Trace in third place in league standings (8-5, 13-6), while the Astros dropped to (4-9, 8-12).