Weekend Boys Basketball Roundup

Staff Reports

The Lehman Catholic boys basketball team split two games over the weekend.

On Friday, Lehman defeated Lima Temple 46-36 to wrap up third place in the NWCC with a 5-3 record.

Luke Frantz scored 21 points and Elliott Gilardi added 13 points.

On Saturday, Lehman lost to Fairlawn 52-43.

Brendan O’Leary scored 14 points and Luke Frantz added 10.

Lehman, 8-13, will close the regular season Tuesday, hosting Mechanicsburg.

Bradford drops

two games

BRADFORD —- After losing to 58-27 to Tri-County North in CCC action Friday, the Bradford boys basketball team lost to Southeastern 85-16 Saturday.

Against Tri-County North, Connor Jones had seven points and 11 rebounds, while Keegan Fair grabbed six rebounds.

Against Southeastern, Gage Wills and Jones both scored four points and Fair grabbed five rebounds.

Bradford, 0-21, was scheduled to close the regular season Monday at Parkway.

Russia splits

two games

The Russia basketball team split two games over the weekend.

Russia defeated Houston 60-38 Friday, before losing to Marion Local 57-49 Saturday.

Against Houston, Jordan York scored 19 points and Daniel Kearns added 14 points.

Evan Monnier had nine points and nine rebounds and Carter Francis scored eight points.

John Leist led Houston with 14 points and Brennan Arnold scored 12.

Against Marion Local, Mason Dapore led the Raiders with 16 points.

Kearns scored 15 points and York added eight.

Russia, 14-7, will close the regular season by hosting Anna Tuesday.

Houston, 7-15, will open Vandalia D-III sectional play at 3 p..m. Feb. 23 against Stivers.

Tiger boys

top Wave

GREENVILLE —- The Versailles boys basketball team closed the regular season with a 56-36 victory over Greenville Saturday.

Michael Stammen led Versailles with 18 points.

Evan Hiestand scored 16 and Ryan Martin added 14.

Versailles was coming off a 42-33 loss to Delphos St. John’s on Friday.

Stammen scored 18 points and Hiestand added 12.

Versailles, 12-10, will open Northmont D-III sectional play at 6 p.m. Feb. 26 against the Twin Valley South-Greeneview winner.