Just like SUnday, Ohio teams wrapped Mondeay play 1-3 vs out-of-state opponents at Flyin to the Hoop. Who had bigs wins? Fort Recovery, Beavercreek and Alter…
Buford (GA) 67, Kettering Fairmont 56
Fort Recovery 61, Jamestown Greeneview 46
Wheeler (GA) 58, Centerville 36
Kettering Alter 75, Cleveland Central Catholic 67
Beavercreek 65, Our Savior New America 53
Prime Prep (TX) 77, Huber Heights Wayne 61
Top Performers and Performances:
-Buford’s AJ Davis and Kyle Doyle each scored 23 points to help their squad defeat Kettering Fairmont. Davis added 16 rebounds and four assists, and Doyle pulled down seven boards.
-Sophomore Kei’vante Tanner paced Fairmont with 18 points and eight rebounds, while Aaron Abbott scored 11 and Ben Van Oss tallied 10.
-Buford held a 31 to 4 advantage on points off turnovers.
-Elijah Kahlig exploded for 36 points and added seven rebounds as Fort Recovery raced past Jamestown Greeneview. Kahlig connected on 6-of-10 triple attempts. Saginaw Valley State-bound Wade Gelhaus contributed 12 points and seven rebounds.
-Evan Bradds had 22 points and seven rebounds to lead Greeneview. Tyler Bruntz backed Bradds’ effort with 13 points.
-Fort Recovery scored 16 points off turnovers compared to just six for Greeneview.
-Austin Smoak paced Wheeler’s victory over Centerville with 15 points on 6-of-7 shooting. Standout sophomore Jayen Brown added 15 points and five boards.
-Wheeler knocked down 7-of-11 three-pointers.
-Austin Recker tallied 14 points and Jake Replogle chipped in 10 points and six rebounds for Centerville.
-Wheeler held a 22 to 5 advantage on points off turnovers.
-Jaaron Simmons led Kettering Alter to win over Cleveland Central Catholic with 23 points, five rebounds, and four assists. Though, Simmons was just 9-of-22 from the field. Sophomore Drew Lemon added 17 points, and Michael Schwieterman tallied 14 points on 6-of-9 shooting. Ben Joseph (11 points) and Michael Spencer (10 points and 10 rebounds) rounded out the double-digit scorers.
-Chelvonte Montgomery had a good showing for Central Catholic in defeat with 23 points. Freshman Tervell Beck was solid as well with 16 points and six boards. Sophomore Antwon Lillard chipped in 13 points, five rebounds, and four assists.
-The two teams (Alter and CCC) were a combined 7-of-30 behind the arc.
-Beavercreek secured a big win over a talented Our Savior New America squad behind 20 points from junior Airius Moore on 8-of-11 action shots. Senior Jalen Camper totaled 18 points on just 7-of-18 shooting. Kyle Rader was good for 17 points and six rebounds.
-Sophomore Cheick Diallo had another solid showing with 21 points and eight boards.
-Beavercreek out pointed OSNA, 18-2, on second chance points. The Beavers out scored OSNA, 14-4, on bench scoring.
-Prime Prep (TX) closed out the 11th annual Flyin’ to the Hoop with another impressive second half performance. The Truth handled a young, talented, and scrappy Huber Heights Wayne team.
-LSU-bound Jordan Mickey led Prime Prep with 27 points on 11-of-15 shooting and added eight rebounds. Micah Seaborn and talented sophomore Elijah Thomas each scored 11 points. Star junior point guard Emmanuel Mudiay contributed 10 points and eight assists.
-Juan Ford paced Wayne with 16 points followed by sophomore D’Mitrik Trice with 15. Collin Russell accounted for 10 points and sophomore Ahmad Wagner grabbed 10 boards.
-Prime Prep out scored Wayne, 28-15, on points off turnovers.