Around 275: Tuesday’s Top Scorers

CINCINNATI, Ohio — There were over 30 games going on in the Cincinnati area last night. Lets take a look at some of the top scoring performances to kick off Week 8.

Brayden Sipple, Blanchester – It was more of the same for the scoring leader in the Southern Buckeye Conference. Sipple had his way on Tuesday against Batavia when he put on a 41 point masterpiece. The 6-foot-3, 175-pounder shot over 50% on the night while attempting just under 30 shots alone. As crazy as it seems, the scoring outburst from Sipple is only his second highest total for the season. The Wildcats star is averaging 34.3 points per night thus far.

Skyler Schmidt, Clermont Northeastern – It might have been in a losing effort, but Schmidt seemed to be every where for the Rockets last night, posting a career high 38 points against the New Richmond Lions. These high point outings are something we’ve grown accustomed to with Schmidt, as he has only scored less than 20 points three times in 12 games this season.

Craig James, Talawanda – The Braves traveled to Union County last night to take on the Patriots. James put up a career high 30 points in the contest which is twice as much as what he averages on the season (14.9 PPG). The junior guard was also active on the defensive end, coming away with 3 takeaways in the 69-32 win.

Tre Munson, Deer Park – Munson dropped in 5 threes for the second time this season an finished the night with 26 points, a new season high for the junior. The Wildcats went on the road to pick up a conference win over the Reading Blue Devils 87-53 as they battle for the top spot in the CHL.

Mitchell Greer, Mason – Another season high happened in Mason on Tuesday night, as Mitchell went 6-9 from behind the arc and finished with 25 on the night. His efforts came in a key 45-38 conference win over Oak Hills, which keeps Mason in the hunt still for the GMC title.

Kahlil Davis, Princeton – Davis tied his season high Tuesday with 23 points, this time having a win to show for it as the Princeton Vikings beat the Fairfield Indians 66-55 in a GMC conference show down. Davis seemed to be doing it all, as he led the team in rebounds and notched 4 assists in the contest.

Carson Crozier, Felicity-Franklin – Despite his team coming out with the loss against West Union, Crozier shined for the Cardinals. The sophomore guard pieced together his third performance this season in which he reached the 20 point mark. Crozier finished with 22 points, while successfully delivering on 9 of his 16 shots from the floor.

Alex Williams, Moeller – The Greater Catholic League South scoring leader had another nice outing dropping in 21 while shooting an efficient 9-11 from the field. Williams also stuffed the stat sheet with four assists and four rebounds in their 80-38 win over Huber Heights Wayne.

Logan Duncomb, Moeller – Another junior from Moeller had himself a 21 point night. Duncomb also crashed the class for 10 rebounds, marking his 5th double-double of the season. Although this one only took him 3 quarters to complete. Duncomb and the Crusaders set their eyes on a big GCL south matchup against Elder Friday.

Mason Weisbrodt, Batavia – In a game against Blanchester that was close until the fourth quarter, it was Weisbrodt who was the bright spot for the Bulldogs. The sophomore tallied 20 points on the night and added 12 rebounds. It was the second double-double on the year for Weisbrodt but both have unfortunately came in losing efforts.

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