Glen Este’s male varsity cagers continue their unblemished ways having racked up four consecutive victories.
Finneytown was a flop trying to top the Trojans. The Purple and White won out over their hosts 59-43 commanding quarter leads of 14-11, 26-17, and 39-30 in this non-conference contest.
Curt Wesp, senior forward, and Shane Seckman, junior guard, both sank 17 points for GE and teammate Corey Goedde, junior guard, added 11.
The Trojans' statistical leaders were Mike Bouley, junior forward, with 16 points and four assists, Goedde with 13 points and four assists, Seckman with 12 points and three steals, and Wesp with 12 points.
Williamsburg won out over visiting Fayetteville 40-36 in non-conference competition. The Wildcats led 12-9 and 21-17 following the first two intermissions, but was behind the Rockets 29-24 after three quarters of play before staging a fierce final eight minutes to earn the triumph.
The Young brothers, Elliot, junior guard, and, Kendal, freshman guard, accounted for 15 and 11 points, respectively, for the Clermont countians.
Milford eased by Goshen 64-31 in an inner-county, non-league game between next door neighbors.
The visiting Eagles steadily pulled away with quarter leads of 15-9, 27-20, and 47-23.
For the Red and White, Zach Baker, junior guard, made 11 points, Wes Minton, senior guard, 10 with three steals, and Nick Hittner, junior forward, blocked three of the Warriors' shots. For the Red and Gray, Derek Bunnell, senior guard, led his team by scoring eight points and Antony Burch, senior forward, had three steals.
McNicholas won a non-conference tilt over Milford 51-41 on the winners' court. The Rockets were in control at each rest 5-3, 19-15, and 29-20
Callan Hughes, junior guard, sank 20 points to pace the scoring for the Clermont countians.
Harrison hung a 53-48 setback on Milford. The visiting Eagles were ahead after each intermission 6-5, 21-19, and 37-32 before the Wildcats rallied to win.
Hittner's 14 points paced the Red and White's offense.
Amelia was sickened by Mount Healthy 67-45 in the Owls' nest. The home boys were up 13-8, 29-21, and 42-36 after each halt of this non-league confrontation.
Vernon Harris, senior guard, gunned in 18 points to lead the Barons' resistance.
Felicity was beaten by Georgetown 64-48 in a Southern Buckeye Conference National Division duel. The G-Men owned period leads of 19-9, 32-26, and 52-36.
Chris Shouse, senior forward, tallied 19 points and Tyler Carter, senior forward, 12 for the host Cardinals.