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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Pickerington Central, St. Ignatius will hookup on basketball court Sunday night


(courtesy of Pickerington Central via wikipedia commons)

Pickerington Central and Cleveland St. Ignatius will meeting again this Sunday night (tonight).

The two schools will be meeting on the basketball court at Walsh University at 7 p.m. in Canton, Ohio as part of the inaugural six-game Dunk 4 Diabetes Shootout.

The event will benefit the American Diabetes Association.

The Tigers are 13-0 and the Wildcats are 8-2.

The two schools played during the 2011 football season for the Ohio Division I state championship which St. Ignatius won, 34-13.


Info compiled from staff, Radio, TV & High School Basketball websites

OSU’s Sullinger named to preseason All-American squad


Jared Sullinger (courtesy of

Ohio State sophomore Jared Sullinger has been named a preseason All-American by the Associated Press. Sullinger was also named as a first-team All-American at the end of last season.

Sullinger is the first Ohio State player to be voted to the preseason All-America team since 1989 when Scoonie Penn was selected.

Ohio State is ranked number-3 in preseason by AP. The Buckeyes open up their exhibition season at Value City Arena on Sunday at 2 p.m. against Walsh University of Canton, Ohio.

The regular season opener is November 11 against Wright State.


Info compiled from OSU athletics, Radio & TV news

NFL, Players agree on new 10-year labor agreement


Roger Goodell (file photo)

After months of back-and-forth negotiating, between the NFL, owners and players, all fans are glad to hear that “Football is Back!”

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and NFL Players Association chief DeMaurice Smith stood shoulder-to-shoulder in announcing the new 10-year agreement which ended the lockout which started in March.

Some of the benefits for the players include:

* An increase in salaries and benefits with the salary cap at $120 million, plus $22 million in benefits, for 2011. Owners must spend 98 percent of the salary cap in 2011-12 in cash;

* minimum-salary increases of $50,000, with increases annually;

* paying less money to unproven, untested rookies, specifically early first-round draft picks, although that money will be redirected to veterans;

* the ability to assist in the development of new stadiums because certain revenue was not included in total football revenues;

* more money to invest as gross revenues rise;

* better health benefits, including more than $1 billion for post-career injuries;

* new work rules and shortened offseason workouts, which are expected to result in fewer injuries and perhaps longer careers;

* One compromise is the schedule stays at 16 games, not moving to 18 which the owners wanted. This issue can be revisited in 2013, but the players must approve any changes.

Only one exhibition game was lost, the Hall of Fame Game, Chicago against St. Louis on August 7 in Canton, Ohio.

The rest of the preseason games will go on as usual and remains intact.


compiled from staff, NFL, Radio & TV news

NFL cancels Hall of Fame Game


Fawcett Stadium at Hall of Fame in Canton Ohio in August 1999 (photo by Paul M. Walsh via wikipedia commons)

National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell announced on Thursday that the 2011 Hall of Fame Game has been canceled.

However, the Hall of Fame’s enshrinement ceremony will still take place on August 6.

The Chicago Bears and St. Louis Rams were scheduled to play in the game on August 7 in Canton, Ohio, but the commissioner said that there was not sufficient time for the two teams to prepare for the game.

Goodell said that all NFL owners wanted all 32 teams to play the same number of preseason games of four. The Rams and Bears would’ve played five each.


Info courtesy of the National Football League

Wilcox named Cavs D-League team GM


Wes Wilcox (file photo)

The Cleveland Cavaliers have named Wes Wilcox as the general manager of their new NBA Development League team in Canton, Ohio.

Wilcox will continue as the Cavaliers’ director of player development while overseeing and controlling all of the basketball operations for Canton, which begins play this coming fall.

Wilcox has been with the Cavs since 2003. He has held many jobs and titles, advance scout, college and pro personnel scout and now the director of player personnel.

Before arriving in Cleveland, he was the video coordinator for the New Orleans Hornets.


Info compiled from Cleveland Cavaliers & Canton D-League team

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