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HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE, Live this morning at 10:45, Jackson Center vs. Africentric on our website

 

Shawon Wilson, Africentric

HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE returns to the airwaves this morning after a week’s hiatus.

The Ohio Division IV State semifinals from the Schottenstein Center on the campus of Ohio State, as the Jackson Center Tigers (26-0) take on Columbus City League South Division member, Africentric Nubians.

Game time is 10:45 a.m. live on the website. You can LISTEN LIVE by clicking here.

If the link fails, here’s another way to listen to the game live.

Go to the HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE page in the upper right hand corner, click it and scroll down to the March 22 game and click listen and the game comes up there. We’ll be on the air 30 minutes before the game with our usual information.

Africentric head coach Michael Bates

Jackson Center, from Jackson Center, Ohio in Shelby County, plays in the Shelby County League where they were the champions. Other members include, the Anna Rockets, Botkins Trojans, Sidney Fairlawn Jets, Fort Loramie Redskins, Houston Wildcats and the Russia Raiders.

Hosie Smith, Africentric

To get to the Division IV Final Four, the Tigers, coached by athletic director Scott Elchert, beat Tri-Village in overtime in the district championship game, St. Henry in the regional semifinals and Dayton Jefferson in the regional finals.

They are led by senior Andy Hoying, the Southwest District Player of the Year. Their other starters include senior Tony Opperman, juniors Alex Meyer, Trey Elchert and Eric Ryder.

Off the bench, Jackson Center turns to freshman Gavin Wildermuth and junior Levi Winner.

Justin Miller, Africentric

The Tigers are very stingy on defense, giving up a shade over 40 points a game.

Jackson Center is making their third trip to Columbus and the Final Four, but their first since their championship year of 1985.

They are one of only two unbeaten schools left in the State of Ohio.

The Africentric Nubians are 22-3 and members of the Columbus City League South Division where they were runnerups to champion Walnut Ridge. Two of their losses were to the Scots and the other was to Division III powerhouse Bloom-Carroll.

The Nubians are making their third trip to the State’s Final Four and second straight. Last year, they lost to eventual Division III champion Cincinnati Taft.

In their tournament run, Africentric have outscored opponents 78.7 to 34.3 points per game in 6 wins over Columbus International, Gilead Christian, Northside Christian, Millersport, Newark Catholic and Beaver Eastern.

Trevon Saunders, Africentric

Beaver Eastern scored 43 points on the Nubians in the regional final and those are the most their given up in the tournament in one game.

The Nubians, who will play 10-15 players to wear the opponent down, are led by juniors Kenny Robinson, Trevon Saunders, Kejuan Skinner-Byrd, Cyquil Tucker and Newshawn Walls. Top seniors include Fuquan Tucker, Delquan Black, Hosie Smith, Justin Miller and freshman Jaquan Harrison.

Kenny Robinson, Africentric

The winner of the Jackson Center-Africentric game will play the winner of the Berlin Hiland (24-1)-Arlington (23-3) game on Saturday morning at 10:30.

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Africentric Boys team continues running through Division IV tourney teams

 

Game report from Ricky Poole

 

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The top-seeded Africentric Nubians have been tough on teams all season. The only losses on their record, two, were at the hands of the City League South Division champion Walnut Ridge Scots and to Bloom Carroll.

The Nubians raced out to a 33-6 first quarter lead and easily ran over Northside Christian in Division IV semifinal play at Hilliard Bradley.

The Nubians were led by Jermaine Saunders with 15 points and eight assists.

Head coach Michael Bates and the Nubians are now 20-3 while the Lions from Westerville, finishes the season at 10-10.

 

 

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Africentric rolls to lopsided win over Gilead Christian

 

Game report from Henry Aldridge

 

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The Africentric boys basketball team, which was second in the City League South Division, ran all over Gilead Christian at Hilliard Bradley, 91-39.

Gilead Christian School, which is located in Mount Gilead, Ohio, could not stay with the top-seeded Nubians and trailed 56-9 at the half.

The Nubians, one of the favorites in Division IV, was led by Hosie Smith with 12 points and 10 rebounds and improved to 18-3 on the season.

The Nubians have only lost to Bloom-Carroll and Walnut Ridge twice on the season.

Gilead Christian ends the season at 2-18.

HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE tonight live on our website, Hartley visits Columbus Academy at 7:30 p.m.

 

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The place for tonight's action

A rare Wednesday edition of HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE will pit two of the Columbus area’s best teams against each other in Gahanna.

The Bishop Hartley Hawks under Randy Kortokrax will play at Columbus Academy at 7:30 pm.

You can LISTEN LIVE by going to the HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE page in the upper right hand corner, click it and scroll down to the February 8  game and click listen and the game comes up there. We’ll be on the air 20 minutes before the game with our usual information. The game will be archived forever on that page to listen to anytime.

Bishop Harley of the Central Catholic League is 11-3 with losses only to Watterson twice and Bloom-Carroll.

Columbus Academy of the Mid-State League Ohio Division, are 14-2, 12-1 and won last night over Lakewood at home, 88-27.

The Vikings have lost only to Newark Catholic and Jonathan Alder.

Both teams are ranked high in the Dispatch coaches poll, Hartley is fourth in Division II and Academy is second in Division III.

 

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Hinkle named football coach at Canal Winchester

 

Canal Winchester High School (file photo)With head coach Phil Mauro heading off to take over the football program at Trenton Edgewood High School, Canal Winchester, didn’t have to go too far to select its next coach.

Shawn Hinkle has been hired to run the Indians. He has been an assistant at Canal Winchester since 2002.

Canal Winchester is a member of the Mid-State League with Bloom-Carroll being its closest rival.

 

Info courtesy of Canal Winchester schools, Radio & TV news

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