Boys Basketball

Monroe can’t build on early success against Indian Hill and drops D-II sectional decision to finish at 8-16

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Monroe High School coach Aaron Horne hugs Luke Borneman as he comes off the court Feb. 24, 2022, during a Division II sectional boys basketball game against Indian Hill at Princeton. Indian Hill won 52-35. RON ALVEY/CONTRIBUTOR

SHARONVILLE — It was the start Monroe High School boys basketball coach Aaron Horne was hoping for Thursday night. 

Unfortunately for the Hornets, Indian Hill rode a stingy defense to provide the ending Monroe dreaded. 

The 14th-seeded Hornets stormed to a 13-4 lead but managed only 22 points the rest




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