Northmont Senior Boys Junior Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 2 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

2020-2021 Boys BB

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Wayne hands T’bolts season ending loss 

Wayne hands T’bolts season ending loss  By Ron Nunnari Rnunnari@aimmediamidwest.com VANDALIA – Wayne had four players score in double figures to hand Northmont a season ending 68-47 defeat Wednesday in the second round of the Southwest IV sectional tournament at Butler High School. Lawrent Rice led the Warriors with 20 points while Prophet Johnson, who

T’bolts win sectional opener over Arrows 

T’bolts win sectional opener over Arrows  By Ron Nunnari Rnunnari@aimmediamidwest.com CENTERVILLE – A strong first half helped Northmont power past Tecumseh 58-40 Saturday in the opening round of sectional tournament play at Centerville High School. The Thunderbolts advance to face Wayne on Wednesday at 8 p.m. at Butler High School. The Warriors defeated Piqua 85-46

Boys Basketball Schedule Changes 1/19/21

Boys Basketball Schedule Changes CHANGES as of 1/19 1/19 – 9th 4:30 / JV 5:45 at Fairmont 1/22 – 9th 4:30 /JV 5:45 vs Wayne 1/23 – 9th 4:30/JV 5:45vs Ponitz 1/26 – 9th  4:30/ JV 5:45at Miamisburg 1/29 – TBA vs Centerville 2/3 – JV 5:45/Varsity 7pm at Miamisburg (Location Miamisburg Middle School)  

Parker’s 35 powers Firebirds past T’bolts 

Parker’s 35 powers Firebirds past T’bolts  By Ron Nunnari Rnunnari@aimmediamidwest.com CLAYTON – Malachi Parker erupted for 35 points Friday and Dasan Doucet tossed in 21 to help power Fairmont past Northmont, 73-64. “They are both really good players,” said Northmont coach Shane Kincer. “I’m not going to take anything away from them. Parker went 10

Wildcats score 16 point win at Northmont

Wildcats score 16 point win at Northmont  By Ron Nunnari Rnunnari@aimmediamidwest.com CLAYTON – Springfield posted its second straight victory Friday 74-58 over Northmont after sneaking past Miamisburg 69-66 on Tuesday. The Thunderbolts suffered their fourth straight loss losing 41-36 on Tuesday. Northmont trailed 12-2 Friday but closed to within one point, 18-17 early in the