|Will the State Ranked Rams continue the great play @ Xenia?|
(1) Springfield (16-2) @ Wayne (14-6) (GWOC)
Can the "Field continue its great season? At the expense of one of the very few down seasons at Wayne? With one of the stars (Blue Smith) not playing, can the Wayne Train survive the dynamic squad that the Wildcats boast, led by Wisconsin commit and Star G Danny Davis and F-C Leonard Taylor?
The Wildcats will go into this game as a slight favorite, but can they pull off the huge task of beating Wayne in their gym? Davis and the crew haven't done that since he joined the varsity.
Best belive both coaches (Travis Trice - Wayne & Isiah Carson - Springfield) will have their respective teams ready for war tonight.
(2) Dunbar (16-3) @ Stivers (13-7)
After a near loss against Rival Thurgood, how will the State Ranked Wolverines bounce back against a Stivers team playing it's best ball of the season? The Tigers sit in 2nd place in the city League and have been led by Tony Boddie and Paris Minnifield this season. It has a been a great coaching job by Felix Turner and the staff and they would love nothing more than to knock off the undefeated Wolverines in City League play.
(3) Springboro @ Northmont (15-4)
Can the Boro knock off one of the hottest teams in the Miami Valley?
Northmont has played it's best ball down the stretch, enabling them to win their Division and to work for a nice seed in the tourney.
Springboro has had a .500 season, and this will be no easy task, as Northmont has been lights out at home this season.
(4) Trotwood (17-2) @ Xenia
Will Trotwood have a lapse against a solid Xenia team who has played well in the 2nd half of the season?
The Rams are coming off a 98-89 win over Dunbar in one of the premiere match ups in the City.
Will they come out focused tonight vs a offensive minded Xenia team who can score with the best of em on a good night?
(5) Meadowdale @ Ponitz (13-6)
Can the Panthers continue on a good season and tie for a 2 spot in the City League? It's been a god season for the Panthers. Or will the Lions continue their solid play late in the season?