NEW MIDDLETOWN OH- In a highly anticipated matchup filled with hometown pride and intense rivalry, the South Range High School basketball team squared off against Springfield on Tuesday night. With the coaching staff hailing from Springfield, the game carried added significance for both teams. In the end, it was South Range who emerged victorious, storming to a commanding 66-41 win over their rivals.

From the opening tip-off, it was clear that South Range was determined to assert their dominance on the court. Fueled by the energy of the rivalry and the support of their fans, the Raiders came out firing on all cylinders, overwhelming Springfield with their relentless attack.

Leading the charge for South Range was Landon Moore, whose outstanding performance saw him tally 19 points and move to second on the South Range career scoring list. Moore’s scoring prowess and leadership were on full display, inspiring his teammates to elevate their game to new heights.

Supporting Moore’s offensive onslaught was Dylan Turvey, who contributed 15 points, and Luke Rohan, who added 14 points to bolster South Range’s scoring effort. Tristan Toy chipped in 7 points to further solidify the Raiders’ dominance.

Despite Springfield’s efforts to mount a comeback, they were unable to contain South Range’s relentless pressure. Dylan Sheely led Springfield’s scoring effort with 9 points, while Sean Guerriero and Chris Cunningham added 8 points each. Drew Miller contributed 7 points in a valiant but ultimately unsuccessful attempt to rally his team.

With this statement win, South Range improves their record to 15-6 as they prepare for their regular season finale against Salem on Thursday. Meanwhile, Springfield, with a record of 16-5, shifts their focus to tournament play, where they will host Open Door Christian in their first tournament game on February 27th.