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Posts Tagged ‘CCL.’

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL: Fourth Quarter run lifts Hartley over St. Charles in CCL play

(courtesy Bishop Hartley)

Two-sport star Jacob Matuska led the Hartley Hawks to a key win in the Central Catholic League over rival St. Charles Friday night.

Matuska, who is going to Notre Dame on a football scholarship, scored 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and helped lead his team on an 8-2 fourth quarter run in the 45-36 win.

CCL battles are usually low-scoring and Friday’s game was no exception as the two schools scored only 39 points combined after three quarters.

Hartley improves to (6-1,3-0), while St. Charles drops to (5-3,1-2).

 

GAME REPORT FROM LENORE CASEY

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Hennesseys lead St. Charles over DeSales, 52-36

Game report from Gabe Schechter

 

Central Catholic League teams (megasportsnews.com photo)

The Central Catholic League basketball games are always low scoring due to all of the teams tough defenses and simply because they’re rivalry games.

Friday night’s game at St. Charles between DeSales and the Cardinals was no exception.

The Stallions had a tough second quarter, scoring only four points and only six in the third quarter. Those two quarters cost them the game, 52-36.

The Hennesseys, Matt and Dan each scored 10 points for St. Charles to lead the way.

The Cardinals are 9-4, 2-3 in the CCL, while the Stallions drop to 5-8, 1-4.

BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL: DeSales knocks Hartley from the unbeaten ranks

Game report by Aaron Pierce

DeSales H. S. (file photo)

The Hartley Hawks along with Northland and Gahanna had been the area’s only unbeaten men’s teams in the area all season.

That all came to an end on Friday for Gahanna and Hartley. Gahanna lost to Pickerington North and Hartley lost to DeSales.

The Stallions took a five-point lead into the last quarter and held on to upset the talented Hawks, 50-49 Friday night in a Central Catholic League contest.

Visiting DeSales (11-4, 4-1), received 11 points from Kenny Cooper.

With the win, the Stallions cut the Hawks lead in the CCL to a half-game.

Hartley now has a record of 14-1, 5-1.

Columbus Crew re-signs Leandre Griffit

Leandre Griffit (file photo)

The Columbus Crew has re-signed French midfielder Leandre Griffit.

The 5’8, 155-pound Griffit, who received call-ups at several levels of the French National Team youth program, originally signed with the Crew on May 14, 2010. He made his MLS debut on July 24 against the Houston Dynamo and scored an unassisted, 91st-minute goal. Griffit appeared in two more regular season games and was a key contributer in the Crew’s qualification to the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal round. He played in five CCL matches, starting four, and scored the game-winner on September 14 against Joe Public. He also played in one U.S. Open Cup match as a substitute.

The French midfielder joined the Crew after playing with Union Royale Sportive du Centre of the Belgian Third Division inĀ  2009, where he scored seven goals and four assists, including one goal in cup play.

He is a native of Maubeuge, France.

Info courtesy of the Columbus Crew

Renteria leads Crew to Champions League win over Joe Public

Emilio Renteria (MLS)

Emilio Renteria scored two goals in the second half to lead the Columbus Crew over Joe Public Thursday night in Macoya, Trinidad.

The game was a Champions League group stage finale match.

The win by the Crew had no outcome on the Champions League standings on either team. Santos Laguna of Mexico beat Municipal of Guatemala 6-1 Tuesday night which guaranteed the Crew at 4-2 would finish second in Group B and advance to the quarterfinals for a second consecutive season.

Joe Public (0-5-1) finished last in Group B.

The Crew’s other scorers included Andres Mendoza who scored the first goal and Duncan Oughton scored a goal in the second half stoppage time.

GAME NOTES:

* The Crew earned four more points in this year’s Group Stage than in 2009 (8), when it also advanced in play.

* Josh Williams, a September signee, made his second CCL start.

* Former Crew player and Trinidadian Ansil Elcock was in attendance for the match.

* Columbus returns to action this Sunday, October 24, when it closes out the regular season against the Philadelphia Union at Crew Stadium. The Match starts at 4 p.m. and will be televised regionally on ONN-TV.

* The Crew returns to 2010/2011 CONCACAF Champions League action in February 2011, when the quarterfinal stage kicks off.

* The Crew cannot win the 2010 MLS Eastern Conference championship. The New York Red Bulls beat the New England Revolution 2-0 Thursday night. That win puts a four-point separation between the teams and the Crew has won game left.

Info courtesy of the Columbus Crew

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