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Posts Tagged ‘Dayton Ohio.’

Payne says NBA can wait; stays at Michigan State for senior season

Adreian Payne (courtesy Michigan State)

In a surprise move, 6’10 forward Adreian Payne says he is staying at Michigan State for his senior season.

There had been media reports saying that Payne was going to the NBA.

Payne has improved his game every season while playing for Tom Izzo.

This season, he averaged 10.5 points, 7.6 rebounds and 1.3 blocks as a junior last season.

Payne, is from Dayton, Ohio and a product of Jefferson High School.

Ohio High School Athletic Association referee class begins September 25 in West Carrollton, Ohio

 

For those who are interested in becoming a prospective Ohio High School Athletic Association basketball referee will get the chance as classes begin from September 25 to November 13 at West Carrollton High School in the Dayton, Ohio area.

The cost is $130.00 and the class will be meeting on Tuesdays from 6 to 9 p.m.

(courtesy of Ohio High School Athletic Association)

Registration needs to be completed online at officials.myohsaa.org.

For more information, contact Thurman Leggs at (513) 314-0340 or leggs45@ameritech.net.

 

Information compiled from OHSAA

 

Walnut Ridge goes to 10-0 after beating Fort Recovery in Kettering

 

Game report from Marty Logan

 

Isaiah Brooks Walnut Ridge

The Scots of Walnut Ridge can play any type of game, the opposition poses. Slowdown, uptempo, delay, etc.

Saturday night in the Flyin’ To The Hoop Classic in the Dayton, Ohio suburb of Kettering, the Scots had to play the slowdown game with opponent, Ft. Recovery Indians.

The Scots remained unbeaten at 10-0 as they defeated the Indians, 46-34.

Walnut Ridge went 3-0 on the week, also defeating City South rivals Briggs and Africentric.

Allasane Kah Walnut Ridge

Leading the way in the scoring column were Isaiah Brooks with 12 and Allasane Kah with 11.

 

Walnut Ridge photos by Megasportsnews.com

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Trotwood-Madison wins first state title

Game report from Jim Murdoch

(courtesy of Free-Extras.com)

Trotwood-Madison High School in the West Dayton, Ohio suburb of Trotwood has had several top-notch athletes pass through their doors. They include: Chris Wright, former basketball star at University of Dayton, Andre Hutson, former Michigan State basketball star, LaVonna Martin, Olympic Silver Medalist, Maurice Douglass, current head coach and former NFL player, Roy Roundtree, current wide receiver at the University of Michigan and Vincent M. Ward, actor & public speaker.

This weekend, the Rams football program put itself on the map for winning its first Ohio state championship.

Isreal Green rushed for Division II records of six touchdowns and 326 yards to lead the Rams over Avon in Massillon, 42-28.

Green scored on touchdown runs of 74, 38 and 4 yards and three runs from 1-yard out.

Trotwood-Madison finishes at 15-0, while Avon drops to 13-2.

The Eagles of Avon were led by their quarterback Justin O’Rourke who passed for 325 yards and three touchdowns.

 

Ron Lyle, former heavyweight boxer, dead at 70

 

Ron Lyle at Canon City State Penitentiary in 1967 (photo by June & Cliff Mattax via wikipedia commons)

Former heavyweight boxing contender Ron Lyle, who fought Muhammad Ali for the title in 1975 and later took on George Foreman, died in Denver on Saturday at age 70.

The Dayton, Ohio native lost to both Ali and Foreman in the mid-1970′s.

Ron McKinney, a family friend, said that Lyle died from complications from a sudden stomach ailment.

McKinney hired Lyle to start the Salvation Army’s boxing program in 2002.

After retiring from pro boxing, Lyle lived in Las Vegas where he trained young boxers and worked as a security guard.

Lyle, who was 6’3, made a brief comeback at age 54 but it was short-lived.

Lyle had a very impressive record: 51 fights, 43 wins, 31 wins by knockout, 7 losses and 1 draw.

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV & Boxing news reports

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