Your network for multiple sports and entertainment

High School Bounce

2019-2020 High School Bounce

Check back in the coming weeks for game schedules and times.

Click Here for Game

Click here for season schedule and archived games.

What We Cover

Today is

July 2020
« Jun    

Posts Tagged ‘Columbus City League South Division.’

CITY LEAGUE SOUTH DIVISION FOOTBALL: South Kingpin Marion-Franklin stays in first place with 17-0 win over Eastmoor Academy


(file photo)


There was a defensive struggle Friday night in the Columbus City League South Division between the visiting Eastmoor Academy Warriors and the Marion-Franklin Red Devils.

The host Red Devils remained in first place by squeezing out a 17-0 win to stay in first place in the South at 5-0, 7-1 overall.

The Red Devils scored on their first two second-half drives to seal the game.

Eastmoor Academy was limited to only 211 yards of offense and was plagued by four turnovers, three of them being fumbles.

Red Devils running back Justin Tyler rushed for 164 yards on 15 carries and saw the end zone twice with runs of 18 and 45 yards.

Columbus City League South Division: Perez, Hughes lead Eastmoor Academy to 36-9 win over Briggs

( photo)



The Eastmoor Academy Warriors, Archie Griffin’s alma mater, have consistently been contenders for the Columbus City League South Division crown.

However, last year they slipped to 6-4, 5-2.

Before the season, head coach Jim Miranda decided to change from a two-back, outrun the defense team to a spread out the defense and utilize their stable of running backs in various ways through the air.

Last night against visiting Briggs in a 36-9 win, Martine Perez and Jahmal Hughes led the way.

Perez rushed for three touchdowns on 16 carries for 161 yards and Hughes passed for two more scores.

The Bruins, who drop to 1-4, 1-1, were led by Maleik Gore who was a workhorse running the ball 42 times for 158 yards.

The Warriors improve to 3-2, 2-0.

OHSAA Girls Basketball Tournament: Eastmoor takes control early in district final win over River Valley



The Eastmoor Academy Warriors, annually one of the best teams in the Columbus City League’s South Division, racked up an OHSAA District title with a 58-38 romp over Marion River Valley at New Albany (O.) High School Friday night.

The Warriors used identical 18-5 runs in the first and third quarters to control the game.

Leading the way for Eastmoor Academy were Tangee Wells and Imani Hill. Wells got the team rolling in the first quarter with eight points. She scored 18 for the game.

Hill scored 14 but had to leave the game in the third quarter, with asthma symptoms.

The Vikings of River Valley were led by Anny Guinther with 14 points.


COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE: New cast of players leads Walnut Ridge to 3-0 start; beats West on Friday night



With the graduation of Roy Alexander, Fred Hardgrove, Isaiah Brooks, Allasane Kah, Malik Dime, Kai Turner and Adam McCall, most people felt that Walnut Ridge’s hold on the South Division the past two years would end.

Don’t count on it!

( photo)

There is a new cast of characters leading the Scots to a third straight Columbus City League South Division title, Grant Harris, Rob Wheelwright and Dymiere Finch.

Harris with 28 points and Wheelwright with 25 led the Scots to a 3-0 record and 2-0 in the South with an 86-78 win over improving Columbus West Friday night.

The Cowboys (2-2, 0-2) were led by Ed Golden with a career-high 33 points and Charles Holland scored 23 points.

COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE: Africentric rolls by Independence, 83-63



( photo)

The Africentric Nubians have picked up where they left off from last season by winning key games in the Columbus City League South Division.

This week, the Nubians beat Eastmoor Academy, 53-50 Tuesday night on’s HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE.  Friday night, they breezed by the Independence 76ers, 83-63.

Host Africentric is now 3-1, 2-0 on the young season.

Independence drops to 1-1,1-1.

Kenny Robinson and Akil Cornish each scored 20 points. Cornish was 6 of 7 from beyond the three-point line. Trevon Saunders chipped in with 13 points and 10 assists for the Nubians.

The 76ers were led by Malik Breckenridge with 19 points.


 Page 1 of 5  1  2  3  4  5 »