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Ohio Dominican earns fourth win, 75-71 over Ashland

Morgan Jones

Ohio Dominican senior Morgan Jones scored 22 points and surpassed the 1,000-point milestone for his career to lead the host Panthers to a 75-71 win over Ashland University in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

The Panthers are 4-14 overall, 1-12 in the league.

Bobby Stauffer scored 10 points and hauled down 10 rebounds to support Jones.

The Ashland Eagles drop to 5-11, 3-10 and were led by Brook Turson with 21 points.

 

Info & photo compiled from Ohio Dominican University

COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE BOYS BASKETBALL: East drops 57-32 decision to Watterson

(courtesy Bishop Watterson)

Coming into this week, the East High Tigers felt really good about themselves having won three in a row over Briggs, Walnut Ridge and Linden to even their record at 5-5.

With the win on Tuesday over Linden, still looming was Mifflin on Friday and Watterson on Saturday.

The Tigers had a complete meltdown in the fourth quarter against a pressing, fast-breaking Mifflin team and lost 82-78 on Megasportsnews.com’s HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE.

Then comes Saturday and a meeting with tough Central Catholic League power, Bishop Watterson.

The result was a disappointing week when they felt they could win all three if not two of the games.

Bryan Jackson led the Eagles with a season-high 26 points and 11 rebounds for host Watterson who improves to 7-1 after the 57-32 win over East.

The Tigers dropped two games under .500 at 5-7.

Watterson led 17-9 at the end of the first quarter. But East closed to within 22-16 at the half. The Eagles took total control in the 3rd quarter with a 15-8 run to move the score to 37-24 and the rout was on.

 

GAME REPORT FROM JASMINE BERNUTTI

Former OSU coach Tressel might take over Colts job

 

Jim Tressel (megasportsnews.com photo)

There is a chance that all Ohio State Buckeyes fans might see former head football coach Jim Tressel leading the Indianapolis Colts in 2012.

Reports out of Indianapolis and around the NFL say that Tressel, has already interviewed for the job with owner Jim Irsay. The Baldwin-Wallace grad spent the 2011 season as a game day consultant for the Colts.

Tressel is a top-notch coach, eventhough his only experience is in the college ranks.

His only baggage is that he was ousted due to NCAA rules violations and allowing otherwise ineligible players play when knowing of their misdeeds.

There are other candidates for the Indianapolis job: Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer, Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Morhinweg and former Vikings head coach Brad Childress.

 

Info compiled from internet, Radio & TV news

 

 

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Watterson gets past Whetstone

 

Game report from Rick “Scrap Iron” Yates

 

Bishop Watterson High School (photo by Dave Sharpe)

Marvin Draper scored 20 points for Columbus Whetstone, but Bishop Watterson used good point distribution with seven players scoring between four and nine points in a 48-39 non-conference win.

The host Eagles are 2-0 on the season.

The Braves trailed 21-11 at the half and could not regain momentum in the game on Friday night.

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.

 

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