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Posts Tagged ‘Bishop Watterson.’

COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE BOYS BASKETBALL: East drops 57-32 decision to Watterson

(courtesy Bishop Watterson)

Coming into this week, the East High Tigers felt really good about themselves having won three in a row over Briggs, Walnut Ridge and Linden to even their record at 5-5.

With the win on Tuesday over Linden, still looming was Mifflin on Friday and Watterson on Saturday.

The Tigers had a complete meltdown in the fourth quarter against a pressing, fast-breaking Mifflin team and lost 82-78 on Megasportsnews.com’s HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE.

Then comes Saturday and a meeting with tough Central Catholic League power, Bishop Watterson.

The result was a disappointing week when they felt they could win all three if not two of the games.

Bryan Jackson led the Eagles with a season-high 26 points and 11 rebounds for host Watterson who improves to 7-1 after the 57-32 win over East.

The Tigers dropped two games under .500 at 5-7.

Watterson led 17-9 at the end of the first quarter. But East closed to within 22-16 at the half. The Eagles took total control in the 3rd quarter with a 15-8 run to move the score to 37-24 and the rout was on.

 

GAME REPORT FROM JASMINE BERNUTTI

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Watterson gets past Whetstone

 

Game report from Rick “Scrap Iron” Yates

 

Bishop Watterson High School (photo by Dave Sharpe)

Marvin Draper scored 20 points for Columbus Whetstone, but Bishop Watterson used good point distribution with seven players scoring between four and nine points in a 48-39 non-conference win.

The host Eagles are 2-0 on the season.

The Braves trailed 21-11 at the half and could not regain momentum in the game on Friday night.

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS:Colerain running back Williams leads South to All-Star game win

 

GAME REPORT FROM YURI SILVERTON

 

Cincinnati Colerain running back Tyler Williams is only 5 feet 7 and 155 pounds, but he can be the difference maker in any football game.

He showed his talents at the annual Ohio North-South All-Star Game at Ohio Stadium last weekend. Williams took direct snaps out of the wildcat formation and ran for two touchdowns in leading the South team to a 25-7 win.

Williams, who’ll be playing for the Akron Zips next season, was selected as the MVP as the South won for the second straight year, but still trails in the series 38-25-3.

Tyler Williams (Rick Jonas photo)

Other stars of the game include, Westerville South running back Jayshon Jackson who led all rushers in the game gaining 115 yards on 13 carries, had a 25-yard TD run and a two-point conversion pass. Jackson was the South’s offensive MVP.

Massillon receiver Devin Smith, who is headed to Ohio State, caught three receptions for a 68-yard touchdown catch.

Defensive MVP for the South was Hunter Maynard of Bishop Watterson who will be a Bowling Green Falcons player next year.

 

BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT ACTION: Watterson ends Linden’s season

Game story by Warren Creighton


(file photo)

Bishop Watterson beat the Linden-McKinley Panthers season, with a 46-36 victory.

Leading the way for 8-13 Watterson, was Brian Dunlay with 17 points.

Connor Geraghty sank four free throws in the last minute of play to seal the win.

Linden (1-18) ends the season in a Division II game at Delaware.

OHSAA FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Watterson gets past Tiffin Columbian, 18-7

Chuck Wilson contributed to this story

Bishop Watterson High School (megasportsnews.com)

The Watterson Eagles did not know if they would have their starting QB Patrick Rhomberg last weekend for their Division III regional championship game against Tiffin Columbian.

Rhomberg suffered a dislocated big toe the previous week against Elida and did not practice until Friday.

The Eagles were inspired by their leader who played in pain and led the team on two touchdown scoring drives in the second half as Bishop Watterson came from behind to defeat Tiffin Columbian 18-7 in front of 6,000 fans in Selby Field on the campus of Ohio Wesleyan University.

Rhomberg completed 13 of 23 passes for 113 yards and one touchdown.

The Tornadoes of Tiffin Columbian end the season at 11-2.

The 11-1 Eagles are now in the state semifinals.