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BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL Tournament action: Dean leads Mifflin past Buckeye Valley

Game report from H.C. Reams

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Columbus Mifflin received balanced scoring as they upset second-seeded Buckeye Valley in a Division II sectional final at Delaware, 64-60.

Percy Dean was one of four players in double figures for the Punchers, leading the way with 18 points.

The Punchers took control of the game with a 22-9 scoring advantage in the third quarter.

The Barons (19-2) also had trouble stopping Mifflin’s other top scorer’s Quintin Wilson with 13 points, Alex Harris and Ashton Scott with 12 each.

Mifflin ups its record to 10-13.

Buckeye Valley who led 32-25 at the half, were led by Tony Clark with 15 points.

Ohio Bobcats picked to repeat as MAC basketball champions

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The media that covers the Mid-American Conference has picked the Ohio University men’s basketball team to win its second straight conference championship.

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The Bobcats were the surprise team of the MAC tournament last year after playing inconsistent for most of the season. They were seeded ninth before the tourney started.

They went on to upset Georgetown in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

Kent State was selected to finish second behind Ohio in the MAC East Division. Ball State is the team to beat in the MAC West Division.

The MAC preseason team was selected as well at the annual basketball media day in Cleveland. Ohio Bobcats sophomore guard D.J. Cooper, Lancaster, Ohio native and Akron Zips senior forward Bret McKnight and Buckeye Valley graduate and Bowling Green junior forward Scott Thomas were the most notable players selected to the team.

Info courtesy of the Mid-American Conference

SPORTS SPOTLIGHT: Warren Shields, LB/FB North Union High School Wildcats football team


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The small town of Richwood, Ohio is very proud of their football team, the North Union Wildcats.

Most of you probably wonder where Richwood, Ohio is? Richwood is actually a village in the northern portion of Union County, a population of 2,156 people according to the 2000 U.S. Census. It is located between Marysville and Marion on State Route 37.

They have a very good football team that plays in the Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference, Red Division which includes: Buckeye Valley, Marion Elgin, Highland and Marion River Valley.

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The Wildcats are so good that they’re the Number 1 team in the latest Division V poll at 7-0. But not far behind are several other teams around the Columbus, Ohio area: Fredericktown, West Jefferson, Fairbanks, Grandview and this week’s opponent for North Union, the Cardington Pirates.

Our feature guest, Warren Shields is one of the leaders of the team.

He was the 2009 Co-Defensive Player of the Year for Division V. Shields had 115 tackles, 20 for losses. Also in 2009, playing in the Wing-T formation, he rushed for 682 yards and 8 touchdowns.

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At 6’3, 180, his head football coach, Jesse Miller, says Shields has the ‘AMAZING WILL TO WIN.” Coach Miller says that he has speed, strength and explosiveness that you very rarely see on the Division V level. Believe it or not, there has not been any NCAA Division I interest for Warren as of yet. But there’s still time for the recruiters to notice him.

Speaking of the North Union football team. Between 1976 and 2005, they posted only three winning seasons. But since 2005, they produced five straight. In 2006, the Wildcats were 6-4, their first winning season in seven years. When head coach Jesse Miller came aboard in 2008, they were 7-3. In 2009, they made the jump to 10-1, 9-0 and first in the MOAC Red Division and played in their first-ever playoff game at home. But guess who the opponent was? None other than that football-factory known as St. Henry, who beat North Union, 28-3.


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In 2010, North Union is outscoring opponents at last count 280-40 (according to sources). They’ve beaten Milford Center Fairbanks, Sparta Highland, Marion Pleasant, Galion Northmor, Mount Gilead, Marion River Valley and last week’s opponent, Marion Elgin, 35-0.



Warren Shields is having another solid season for North Union. On defense over 70 tackles, 7 for losses, 3 sacks, 2 caused fumbles and a fumble recovery. On offense, he has rushed over 600 yards, a 6.4 yards per carry and 10 touchdowns.