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Bearcats bomb N.C. State 44-14 to go 3-1


Zach Collaros (courtesy of UC athletics photo by BH photography)

The Cincinnati Bearcats are a surprising 3-1 on the season.

Zach Collaros ran for two touchdowns and passed for two more in leading UC to a 44-14 whipping of North Carolina State.

The Bearcats defense also had a hand in the win, forcing three more turnovers.

The UC defense have eight interceptions in four games and are among the nation’s leaders in forcing turnovers, 16 overall, scoring off 13 of them.

The Bearcats took full advantage of an injury-depleted Wolfpack defense.

The Wolfpack from the ACC drops to 2-2.

Collaros was unstoppable as he scrambled to escape pressure and made big plays all night.

Columbus Eastmoor Academy product Isaiah Pead ran for 167 yards and one touchdown on a 25-yard screen pass.

UC scored on three straight possessions to go up 21-0. Two of the touchdowns were set up by N.C. State turnovers.

Info courtesy of UC athletics

Pead stars in Cincinnati’s 72-10 romp over Austin Peay


Isaiah Pead (courtesy of UC athletics Photo by BH photography)

Isaiah Pead, a graduate of Columbus Eastmoor Academy, scored two touchdowns, and quarterback Zach Collaros threw for four touchdowns, all in the first half, as the Bearcats clobbered visiting Ohio Valley Conference member Austin Peay, 72-10.

Pead, who finished the with 87 yards rushing ran 40 yards on the Bearcats first offensive play and he scored on a 13-yard run.

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HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE (BASKETBALL) PREMIERES LIVE TONIGHT! Columbus Eastmoor Academy at Columbus Walnut Ridge on

Austin Traylor doubles as a basketball star at Walnut Ridge (file photo)

Ronald Tanner doubles as a basketball star for Eastmoor (file photo) has made many strides the past 10 1/2 months. We are taking another stride by introducing High School Basketball tonight, Friday January 7, 2011, brought to you by our main sponsor, Swift Tax Services.

To listen to the game, go to the upper right-hand corner of the website click on High School Bounce. Then click on LISTEN and you are connected to the game. If you miss the game, don’t worry because all games are archived.

We call it High School Bounce, our first game will be Columbus Eastmoor Academy traveling to play arch-rival Columbus Walnut Ridge. Pre-game around 7:15 p.m. with Jeff Rapp, Nate Smith and Stuart Mason calling the action.



The Eastmoor Warriors are led by Ronald Tanner, who’ll become an Ohio State Buckeye in the fall.

The Warriors lost to Independence on Tuesday night, 48-39. The 76ers scored 19 points in the third period to put the game away. They shut Ronald Tanner down to only 3 points.

Eastmoor is 4-2 overall, 2-1 in the City League South Division.

The defending City League South Division Walnut Ridge Scots are 4-2 overall, 3-0 in the division.

The Scots were 12-8 overall, but 12-2 in the Division last year and return talent, size, experience and 13 of 15 players from that championship team.

Walnut Ridge has six players at 6’3 or taller. They’re led by football star Austin Traylor who will be a Wisconsin Badger football player in the fall.

The Scots hammered Columbus West on Tuesday night, 103-64. The game was basically won in the first half as the Scots went up 30-13 in the first quarter, 54-23 at halftime. Austin Traylor scored 30 points followed by Dwayne Bazemore with 20.

Swift Tax Services is the main sponsor for High School Bounce

Walnut Ridge gym ( photo)

It should be a hard fought game with bragging rights for the two rivals on Columbus, Ohio’s East side. will be concentrating on broadcasting the Columbus City League basketball teams. We will from time to time filter in Hartley, St. Charles, Whitehall-Yearling, Bexley and Columbus Academy.