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CITY LEAGUE SOUTH DIVISION FOOTBALL: South Bulldogs blasts Africentric, 70-0

(file photo)

GAME REPORT FROM GEORGE MORANSEE

Former Eastmoor Academy graduate and University of Minnesota safety Keith Dimmy was hired six weeks before the 2012 season. But he set out to get the Columbus South football program going in the right direction. after all, South has not had a winning season since 2006 when they were 6-4.

Before his arrival, South had won a total of just three games in three seasons.

Under Dimmy’s direction, they finished at 4-6.

This season, the Bulldogs are again making progress at 3-5, 2-3 in the tough City South Division.

Friday night, they traveled to Africentric and handed the Nubians a 70-0 loss.

Senior running back Deone Lindsey ran wild, rushing for 298 yards with eight touchdowns.

Africentric, known more for basketball than football, drops to 0-8, 0-5 on the season.

 

CITY LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Much-improved South finally beats Walnut Ridge in South Division play, 60-50

Aaron Mullins and South now a contender in the City League South Division (Chris Leaper photo)

The South Bulldogs would love to be champions of the City League division that bears its name.

The Bulldogs, under head coach Ramon Spears, a former assistant of the Bates brothers Michael at Africentric and Jason at Walnut Ridge, have made strides in just three years.

South has gone from one win all the way to 13 wins and currently third in the City South behind Eastmoor Academy and Africentric after Friday night’s 60-50 win over Walnut Ridge.

The key to the game was the Scots only scoring five points in the second quarter. Single-digit quarters have hampered the Scots all year.

Christopher Byrd and Aaron Mullins led the Bulldogs with 14 and 12 points respectively.

Rob Wheelwright led the Scots with 15.

South is 13-5, 7-5 while the Scots drop to 10-8, 6-6 good for fifth place in a division that they’ve dominated the past two years.

 

GAME REPORT FROM SHANE ANDERSON

COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Draper’s hot 3rd quarter leads Eastmoor to win at South, 62-52

Eastmoor point guard John Draper (foreground) (megasportsnews.com photo)

Senior guard John Draper showed his leadership Friday night, scoring 12 points in in the game-clinching third quarter to lead Eastmoor Academy to a road win over City League South Division rival South, 62-52.

Both the Warriors and Bulldogs are 7-4 on the season, but are going in opposite directions in the standings. Eastmoor is 5-1 in keeping pace with division leader Africentric, while South drops to 2-4.

Jahmal Hughes led the fourth quarter scoring for Eastmoor Academy with 12 of his 21 total.

Ellis Williams led the Bulldogs with 14 points.

The Warriors outscored South in the second half, 39-27.

 

GAME REPORT FROM JOE KELLY

COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE: Improving South racks up 99-72 win over high-scoring West

Game report from Jimmy Johnson

(megasportsnews.com photo)

Ramon Spears, head coach of Columbus South, has his Bulldogs in the thick of the South Division race with Africentric, Eastmoor Academy, Walnut Ridge and Marion-Franklin.

South went on the road Friday night and defeated the high-scoring West Cowboys, 99-72.

The key quarter was the second, as South had a 36-7 run.

South improves to 5-2, 2-2.

The Bulldogs were led by Oumar Diop with 25 points and Chris Byrd with 18.

West was led by Charles Holland with 27 and Ed Golden with 21.

 

COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE FOOTBALL, Week 4: Walnut Ridge dominates Aftricentric, 72-0

GAME REPORT FROM JOE JACKSON

 

Walnut Ridge traveled to City League South Division foe Africentric and came away with an easy 72-0 triumph.

The Scots, one of the top programs in the South Division along with Marion-Franklin, Eastmoor Academy, Independence and West, scored 41 first-half points to put the game out of reach early.

(file photo)

Jaishon Johnson scored four touchdowns for a Scots’ team which carved out eight scoring plays of 38 yards or longer.

The Nubians, who were 2-8 in 2011, have a low-number of students participating in football. They drop to 0-4, 0-1.

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