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Top stars, best performances in the Ohio high school boys basketball state championship games

Here are 12 stars from the 4 state championship basketball games played over the weekend.
Jaiden Cox-Holloway photo by Ben Jackson

Jaiden Cox-Holloway photo by Ben Jackson

The 2021-22 Ohio high school basketball season is in the books.

Here are some top performers from the final weekend, where four teams were crowned as state champions.

Division I

Division II

Division III

Division IV

Mekhi Elmore, Cincinnati Taft

Led his team to its second Division III state championship in program history with 18 points, four assists and three steals in a 48-45 win vs. Ottawa-Glandorf.

Rayvon Griffith, Cincinnati Taft

Griffith had 12 points, grabbed five rebounds and three steals vs. Ottawa-Glandorf.

Colin White, Ottawa-Glandorf

The sophomore had a team-high 18 points, seven rebounds and two assists to finish as state runner-up vs. Cincinnati Taft.

Sencire Harris, St. Vincent-St. Mary

Led his program to its 10th title in school history behind 17 points, four rebounds and seven assists to help rout Gilmour Academy 63-35.

Lance Hayes, St. Vincent-St. Mary

Was great around the basket offensively and defensively, finishing with 11 points, six rebounds, three assists and four steals vs. Gilmour Academy.

Ryan Mueller, Gilmour Academy

Mueller had nine points and five rebounds to pace the Lancers vs. St. Vincent-St. Mary.

Jaiden Cox-Holloway, Richmond Heights

Scored a game-high 18 points, including four 3s, grabbed five rebounds and had two blocks to help defeat Tri-Village 50-29 and lead the Spartans to their first state title in program history.

Detric Hearst Jr., Richmond Heights

Had 10 points, seven rebounds and a team-high four assists vs. Tri-Village.

Layne Sarver, Tri-Village

Led his team with 13 points, three blocks and four steals vs. Richmond Heights.

Devin Royal, Pickerington Central

Royal, who averages 19.2 points per game, had 20 points and four rebounds to secure the Tigers’ second Division I state championship in program history with a 55-48 win over Centerville.

Josh Harlan, Pickerington Central

Had 11 points and three rebounds to help snap Centerville's 45-game winning streak.

Gabe Cupps, Centerville

Cupps had 14 points and four assists in the loss to Pickerington Central.

Girls basketball state championship games

Division I

Division II

Division III

Division IV