Dayton Christian Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 15 - 9
  • Conference Record: 11 - 3

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Season Recap: Boys Basketball

We’d like to congratulate the boys’ varsity basketball team and coaches on a successful season! Following is a short recap of the season, which includes a list of the individual players who received All-Conference and District 15 honors. Warrior Fans, can enjoy a full recap from every game of the season at: daytonchristianwarriors.com. The boys’

Boys Basketball Tournament Pre-Sale Tickets

Tickets for the varsity boys basketball OHSAA tournament game on Tuesday night are on sale in the Athletic Office today and tomorrow. Tickets are $6.00/each; and DC will receive 50% of sales if you purchase your ticket in the Athletic Office before 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday/game day. The Warriors defeated Greeneview last week and advanced

OHSAA Tournament: Boys Division III Bracket Released

The OHSAA Boys Basketball 2020 Tournament Brackets were released across the state today. The Dayton Christian Boys Varsity Basketball team received the #15 seed and is scheduled to play in the Southwest District, Division III, ‘Dayton 3’ Bracket at Vand. Butler High School. The Warriors (12-8 overall) will face Greeneview (16-5 overall) on Thursday night,

Basketball Triple-Header Slated On Senior Night

The Dayton Christian School Warrior Center will host a basketball triple-header this evening on Honaker Court, with Girdwood Orthodontics being the game-day sponsor. The action begins at 4:30pm with the boys reserve contest; followed by the girls’ varsity and boys’ varsity games at 6:00pm and 7:45pm respectively. Admission is $6/adult and $4/student or senior citizen.

Senior Spotlight: Seth Griswold, Boys Basketball

DC WARRIORS BOYS BASKETBALL SENIOR SPOTLIGHT – Seth Griswold #5 Seth Griswold “aka Grizzy” is the son of Scott and Sonia Griswold.  Seth came to Dayton Christian as a freshman and is a three-sport student-athlete playing football, basketball, and baseball all four-years for the DC Warriors. He is a three-year varsity basketball starter and has