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Brookhaven takes care of overmatched Bexley, 68-45 in tourney play


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Game report from J.E. Carson


City League North member Brookhaven routed the Bexley Lions Saturday night in the Boys Division II tournament at Dublin Scioto High School.

The second-seeded Bearcats were led by Ronnie Williams with a career-high 20 points and Kevin Greenhow with 13.

Second-seeded Brookhaven at 17-5 went on a 18-4 second quarter which catapulted them to control the game. Williams scored 16 of his points during the run. He also made four, three-point goals.

Bexley from the Mid-State League ends the season at 8-14.

Mid-State League battle tonight at 7:30 as Bexley visits Academy on H.S. BOUNCE


Tonight on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE, we travel back to the Mid-State League, Ohio Division as the Bexley Lions travel to Gahanna to take on the Columbus Academy Vikings at 7:30 p.m.

The game can be heard LIVE right here on the website by going to the HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE page in the upper right hand corner, click it and scroll down to the February 17 game and click listen and the game comes up there. We’ll be on the air 10 minutes before the game with our usual information. The game will be archived forever on that page to listen to anytime.

Bexley, a Division II school comes into the game at 6-13, 4-9 in the MSL Ohio Division under head coach Dave Gustin.

Columbus Academy, under head coach Chris Jones, has a 15-4, 11-2 record and are a Division III school.

Academy won the first game in the series back on Friday, January 20 at Bexley, 52-50. The Vikings had to battle back all night long but won it in the 4th quarter by holding the Lions to only 6 points.



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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Academy hammers rival Bexley, 42-14

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The Columbus Academy Vikings improved to 5-1 overall with 42-14 hammering of the Bexley Lions in Thursday night high school football action.

Academy moves to 3-0 in the Mid-State League Ohio Division, while Bexley drops to 4-3 overall, 1-3.

Leading the way for the Vikings were R.J. Watters and Jared Harris who combined for four touchdowns and 265 rushing yards. The Lions defense simply could not stop either player all game long.

Columbus Academy beats Bexley on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE brought to you by SWIFT TAX SERVICES

Whenever the Bexley Lions and Columbus Academy Vikings get to get, throw-out the records because it is a rivalry that goes back over several years.

Bexley came into the game with a record of 10-9, 6-7 in the Mid-State League Ohio Division. Academy came in with at 13-5, 9-4 in the same division.

The Vikings were coming off a game at Lakewood where they didn’t play well but won 63-49.

Bexley won the first matchup at their gym, 76-72 on Friday, January 21.

It is hard to believe that the Lions are 10-9, because they have two of the better players in the league, Jalen Robinette and Jon Primes.

The Vikings got off to a good start in the first half of play by using their height advantage and patient offense to lead at halftime 28-15. Their defensive effort held Robinette to 7 and Primes to 2 at the intermission.

Eventhough Primes heated up in the 3rd quarter with 9 points, the Lions still trailed 44-31.

Zach Ratcliff took control for Academy in the 3rd quarter by scoring 9 points.

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In the 4th quarter, Academy just took the air out of the ball and cruised to a 58-40 win. The Vikings held the high-scoring Robinette to zero points in the final quarter.

Leading the way for Academy was Zach Ratcliff with 17 points and Tim Eldridge with 12.

For the Lions, Primes had 14 and Robinette with 11 led the way.

Both teams had 13 turnovers apiece.

The Players of the Game were Primes for Bexley and Ratcliff for Academy.

The Vikings improve to 14-5 overall, 10-4, while Bexley drops to 10-10, 6-8.

Bexley Lions at Columbus Academy Vikings LIVE tonight on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE at 7:15 p.m. Brought to you by SWIFT TAX SERVICES on

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High School Basketball comes your way on a Friday night with Mid-State League, Ohio Division action between the Bexley Lions and Columbus Academy Vikings.


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The Bexley Lions defeated Academy on January 21 in Bexley, 76-72.

The Lions are 10-9, 6-7 in the MSL Ohio Division. They have one of the best players in the area in 6’4 Jalen Robinette.

In their last game, they lost to Licking Valley, 42-38.

Columbus Academy comes into the game after winning their last two games, 70-57 against Licking Valley and 63-49 over Lakewood.

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The Vikings are in third place in the Ohio Division with a 13-5, 9-4.

Game time is 7:30 p.m. with the pre-game getting started at 7:15 from Gahanna, Ohio.

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