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Are you a fan of an out of state team? Are you a native of another state, and keep up with your hometown sports? Do you live elsewhere now, and want to share who's hot down the block?

Has a Kentucky team played an out of state school, and you'd like to share and compare scores?

Bluegrass Preps has, during past football seasons, posted an "OSSI" thread for members to track out of state teams. As state tournaments have already started elsewhere, we can do the same for basketball in this "catch all" thread.

 

 

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St. Xavier 81 - Wayne 65
Moeller 75 -  Miamisburg 54
Elder 59 - La Salle 46

Moller and X now play in the Ohio D-1 Sweet 16.

Elder moves on to play Centerville. Good run from LaSalle in the post season.

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St. Xavier (OH) 81 Huber Heights Wayne 65 

The Bombers won their fourth round playoff game to earn the 2021 the "Southwest 4" district title. Xavier advances to the Regional semifinals to face GCL rival Cincinnati Moeller. 

Joe Kirby (29 pts/3 rbs/6 ast) and Louie Samons (26 pts/7 rbs) led the X-Men, as they improve to 19-2 on the season.

As @colonel-fan  just noted, the Moe game is in the round of 16. 

St. Xavier placed #2 in the final Ohio AP D-1 poll and are ranked in the top 50 nationally by Maxpreps. 

Cov Cath lost at home 49-52 to St. X in January.

 

 

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My hometown team in Ohio where I was statistician for 13 years, Reading, lost in the first round of Division III sectionals 63-54 to North College Hill.

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From Georgia: 

Wheeler 73 Centennial 63 - Class 6A semifinal

Marietta Wheeler is a basketball machine. Five NBA players starred on Wildcat state champs. The first, Sharif Abdur-Rahim; the most recent, Jaylen Brown of the Celtics.

I coached athletes in a different sport, who attended Wheeler. Did some officiating there too.

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Cincinnati Metro Area:

Division III

Cin. Taft 60 Lewistown Indian Lake 55. Taft advances to the Round of 16.

Dayt. Chaminade-Julienne 56 Cin. Wyoming 51

Versailles 62 Cin. Mariemont  51

Springfield Shawnee 39 Cin. Summit Country Day 37

Tipp City Tippecanoe 50 Cin. Indian Hill* 47

* Cov Cath defeated Indian Hill in Jan., 67-48.

 

Hoosier Hysteria!

Louisville Metro Area:

4A

Jeffersonville 57 Bedford North Lawrence 53

Sellersburg Silver Creek 83 Madison 71

2A

Southwestern 74 Clarksville Providence 51

 

Evansville Area:

4A - E'ville Reitz 67 E'ville Central 54

1A - E'ville Day School 64 Wood Memorial 48

 

Fort Wayne Area:

4A - Homestead 75 New Haven 56

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1 hour ago, colonel-fan said:

Moeller and Cincy X went to overtime tonight, with the Mighty Men of Moe gutting one out 72 - 69.

Great season for Xavier. Really like what Coach Noszka has done with the Bombers in just two years.

In the other Regional semi:

Centerville 52 Elder 43

It's Moeller v. Centerville for a trip to the D1 Final 4.

 

 

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Cincinnati Metro Area - Division II Regional semifinal (Round of 16)

Biggest upset in the tournament so far.

Columbus Bp. Watterson 48

Cincinnati Abp. McNicholas 41

Congrats to the McNich Rockets on a great season.

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2 hours ago, Runcible Owl said:

Cincinnati Metro Area - Division II Regional semifinal (Round of 16)

Biggest upset in the tournament so far.

Columbus Bp. Watterson 48

Cincinnati Abp. McNicholas 41

Congrats to the McNich Rockets on a great season.

This game went to double OT. McNick led most of regulation and were up 9 in the 3rd quarter. Tough loss.

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On 3/7/2021 at 6:39 PM, Runcible Owl said:

From Georgia: 

Wheeler 73 Centennial 63 - Class 6A semifinal

Marietta Wheeler is a basketball machine. Five NBA players starred on Wildcat state champs. The first, Sharif Abdur-Rahim; the most recent, Jaylen Brown of the Celtics.

 

Georgia Class 6A Final:

Wheeler 71 Kell 61

In a battle between two nationally ranked teams, the Wildcats downed their county rival at the Macon Coliseum.

Wheeler was led by two D1 commits: Ja'Heim Hudson (FGCU) and Kaleb Washington (Dayton).

Back-to-back titles for the Marietta school and eighth overall. It was the fourth GA championship win for Coach Larry Thompson, his last two with the Wildcats.

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