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Posts Tagged ‘Centennial Stars.’

CITY LEAGUE NORTH DIVISION FOOTBALL: Centennial dominates Columbus East, 54-24

GAME REPORT FROM RICK PRICER

(file photo)

The Centennial Stars were only 1-9 last season under Mark Shaffer.

Entering the head coaching chair in 2013 is former defensive coordinator Donte Goosby and the Stars are one of the most improved teams in the Columbus City League North Division at 5-3, 3-2.

Host Centennial rolled up a 28-0 lead Friday night en route to a 54-24 domination of Columbus East (1-7, 5-0).

Jeremy Johnson threw five touchdown passes; Darsean Watts rushed for 196 yards on 27 carries and two touchdowns.

James Curry led the visiting Tigers by throwing for 171 yards and rushing for 67 more.

Columbus City League North Division: Mifflin Punchers roll to 53-21 win over Centennial

Head coach Gregg Miller has the Mifflin football program in an upward swing (megasportsnews.com photo)

GAME REPORT FROM BILLIE BURCH

The Mifflin Punchers have an experienced offensive line and that has been the key so far in 2013.

The offensive line is three-deep.

Friday night, the line opened the holes for

Montrese Frazier who scored four touchdowns on the ground in a 53-21 win over the Centennial Stars.

The Punchers (3-2, 2-0) outgained the Stars 410-279 in the road win.

The Stars fall to 3-2, 1-1.

Mifflin head coach Gregg Miller in his fourth season at Mifflin with a record of 23-12, has revived the program and brought back fan support. Friday nights at Mifflin are a real showplace with a winning football team and a very solid Marching Band.

 

CITY LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Brookhaven avenges early season loss to Centennial with 65-50 win

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Early in the season, the Centennial Stars looked like a team that could challenge Northland and Brookhaven in the City’s North Division.

They even beat the Bearcats on Megasportsnews.com’s HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE at home.

But recently, the Stars have fell on tough times, losing a televised game to the City League kingpins, the Vikings and Friday night, a 65-50 loss at Brookhaven.

The Bearcats take over their customary second-place spot in the North with the victory.

The Stars hurt themselves with a nine-point second quarter and fell behind 38-20 and never recovered.

DeVante Wilson led Brookhaven (15-2, 9-2) with 18 points.

Centennial was led by Boo Osborne, who was contained to 13 points.

 

GAME REPORT FROM DEBRA PALMER

COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE: Centennial dominates Beechcroft, 78-46

Game report from Don Brady

(Megasportsnews.com photo)

The Centennial Stars beat Beechcroft in a City League North Division game on Friday night, 78-46.

Boo Osborne led the way with 18 points, 10 assists, while Gyai Gyamerah added 16 points for the host Stars who improved to 5-1 overall, 5-0 in the City League North.

Patrick Ngene, the Linden transfer, led the Cougars with 18 points.

Beechcroft drops to 2-4, 2-3.

Centennial edges Brookhaven with 2.3 go in regulation, 62-60 on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE

 

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It has been years since the Centennial Stars have beaten Brookhaven.

The two Columbus City League North Division rivals usually finish second and third respectively to kingpin Northland.

Last year, Brookhaven lost twice only to Northland in the North; Centennial lost to Northland and Brookhaven.

Friday night on Megasportsnews.com’s HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE broadcast, the Stars seemed determined to win the key early season matchup between the two schools.

There were several keys to the game that enabled the Stars to pull out the game:

*They did not allow the Bearcats to run and gun which they are accustomed to.

* The Stars committed 21 turnovers, but not many against the aggressive Brookhaven press.

* Centennial did not allow Randall Clarkson, Kevin Greenhow and Ronnie Williams to score at will.

* The Stars scored 18 points in the 3rd and 4th quarters.

The game came down to the waning moments as Brookhaven rebounded a missed shot by Centennial with a minute left. The Bearcats worked the ball down to the :10 second mark before attempting a shot which was missed. In his haste to get the loose rebound, Clarkson ran into the Stars Gyai Gyamerah with 2.3 seconds left and the foul was called. Gyamerah calmly went to the free throw line and canned both shots for the 62-60 home win.

(megasportsnews.com photo)

The Stars (1-1, 1-0) were led by St. Charles transfer Christian Cumberlander with 13 points and Jamal Slappy with 11 points.

The only reason the Bearcats were in the game, was their free throw shooting (20-32) and the play of transfer Deiondray Martin who scored 20 points, all in the second, third and fourth quarters.

The Bearcats fall to 1-1, 0-1.

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