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CITY LEAGUE NORTH DIVISION FOOTBALL: In rivalry game, Brookhaven beats Beechcroft, 34-7


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One of the top rivalries in the Columbus City League is the Brookhaven-Beechcroft athletic contests in all sports.

But the main sports is Football and Basketball.

The games are generally close and there are no secrets as the two schools know each other well.

Friday night’s football game at Beechcroft was an exception as the Bearcats rolled to a 34-7 win.

The victory allowed Brookhaven to keep ahead of Northland in the North Division at 5-0, 6-2 overall.

Beechcroft is a rare 4-4 overall, 2-3 in the North and were held to just 98 yards of total offense.

Bearcats WR Keandre Powell caught three passes for 106 yards and returned an interception 31 yards for a touchdowns.

Also starring for Brookhaven, Terry Barker who caught two scoring passes.

Eastmoor Academy makes quick work of Licking Valley on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE

Eastmoor Academy head coach James Miranda is an imposing figure on the sidelines

The basketball season came to an end earlier then the Licking Valley Panthers may have wanted on last Saturday when they traveled to Eastmoor Academy for the first round of the OHSAA Boys state basketball tournament. Eastmoor dominated the game from start to finish as the Warriors try to make a run at a sectional championship.

The game started with a 9-0 run by Eastmoor. The Warriors hadn’t played a game in 10 days since defeating Beechcroft, so they did not shoot well from the field early. But Eastmoor took the early lead because of their tough defense with a full court press and by using their speed to get out in transition and run past Licking Valley. The Panthers did not score their first basket until there was 1:04 left to play in the first quarter.

John Draper (5) of Eastmoor Academy is the team's leader


Eastmoor caught fire offensively in the second quarter scoring 29 points. The team used their quickness to force turnovers and to create fast break opportunities. Licking Valley struggled to get the ball across half court at some points and that’s when Eastmoor began to run away with the game.

The second half was more of the same game as Eastmoor dominated to win the game 65-31.

Eastmoor Academy's biggest asset is a very deep bench

Jahmal Hughes (24) is a star on the rise for Eastmoor Academy



COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE: Centennial dominates Beechcroft, 78-46

Game report from Don Brady

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The Centennial Stars beat Beechcroft in a City League North Division game on Friday night, 78-46.

Boo Osborne led the way with 18 points, 10 assists, while Gyai Gyamerah added 16 points for the host Stars who improved to 5-1 overall, 5-0 in the City League North.

Patrick Ngene, the Linden transfer, led the Cougars with 18 points.

Beechcroft drops to 2-4, 2-3.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL, Week 4: St. Charles wins big in Toledo, 41-0



The St. Charles Cardinals were only 4-6 last season and were looking forward to an improved season in 2012.

But with a non-league schedule of Pickerington North, Eastmoor Academy, Beechcroft and Toledo Rogers, the task looked monumental.

However, the Cardinals have passed the four game task at 3-1, beating Eastmoor Academy, Beechcroft and on Friday night, Toledo Rogers on the road, 41-0.

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St. Charles scored 28 points in the second half to put the game our of reach.

Ryan Bailey accounted for three touchdowns for the St. Charles team.

Sean Fitzmartin scored a TD rushing and receiving to go along with 121 yards of offense.

Toledo Rogers drops to 2-2.

COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE FOOTBALL, Week 4: Brookhaven dominates East in 47-6 victory



There is no doubt that the Columbus East Tigers are an improved team from the 1-9 bunch from 2011.

It’s understandable with Lewis Carter at the helm that the team would be improved.

But the Tigers still have to prove that they can beat the City North Division heavyweight teams of Beechcroft, Brookhaven, Mifflin and Northland.

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Brookhaven was the first test and the Tigers failed in Friday night’s contest, losing 47-6 at home.

The Bearcats (2-2, 1-0) led 27-6 at the half and coasted from there on.

Marquis Greeenhow rushed for three touchdowns to lead the Bearcats.

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