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Jaden Sayles, 12, goes to stuff at Middletown Middie on February 10. This was one of the tougher games for the Aves. The Middies had multiple big men while Sayles and Tate Goodyear, 11, were considered the big men for Sycamore.

Mark Huffer, Staff Writer

It is the end of the season for Sycamore boys basketball. They have had a rough season, falling short of a .500 record. Head coach David Moss has led the team to a 6-9 season so far, still waiting to see the result of the final season game against Mason High School.

“I think that we had a decent season but could have done better,” said Luke Huffer, 11.

The teams that the Sycamore Aves have beaten include Colerain, Middletown, Turpin, Lakota West, Fairfield, and Hamilton. The team’s highest scoring game was the first match-up against Colerain with a total of 71 points. Christian Kelly, 11, was the score leader for that game with 18 points.

“Colerain was one of our easier wins but that doesn’t mean that they don’t work for anything,” said Ben Darpel, 11.

Sycamore Varsity boys basketball is currently seventh in GMCs (Greater Miami Conference). Three teams trail the Aves including Fairfield, Lakota West, and Colerain, in that order.

“I’ve seen all of the games, and I think there could have been more wins than there actually are,” said Christensen Cochran, 10.