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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’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.



COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE FOOTBALL: East shuts down South Bulldogs, 6-0



The East High Tigers, looking to improve upon their record of 1-9 from 2011, has surpassed that record this season.

The Tigers under Lewis Carter, are 2-0 on the season after beating the South Bulldogs, 6-0. The only score of the game came on a 4-yard run by Joe Good in the 3rd quarter.

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Then, the defense led by DB Enous McGee, LB Shafiq McDowell, MLB Nate Burkes, DB Good, Athlete Zay’on Mock held off the speedy Bulldogs from getting near the end zone.

COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE FOOTBALL: East Tigers looking for improvement in 2012, wins against West



The East High Tigers are tired of being the annual patsies in the Columbus City League North Division football race.

Last year, they were 1-9, averaged 9.2 points per game but gave 29.9. They lost two games by a total of five points.

So, head coach Lewis Carter and his staff are looking for improvement.

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Well, at least in the first game they saw a glimpse with a 22-7 win over visiting West High School.

The Tigers scored 20 points in the second quarter to basically ice the game.

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Osborne leads Centennial to season sweep of East

Game report from Nelson Burke


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The Centennial Stars and the East High Tigers played back in December at East and the game was a run-and-gun affair with the visitors winning 93-88.

The rematch was last Friday night at Centennial and the score was not as high as before, but high enough with Centennial winning 74-69.

Elias “Boo” Osborne led the way for the Stars with 24 points in a City North win.

The Stars are 9-3, 6-2 while East drops to 5-8, 3-5.

East, who has a lot of firepower, were led by Denzel Lipson with 25 points.

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Northland rocks East, 106-63


Game report from Mike Novak

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The Northland Vikings put five players in double figures scoring in a 106-63 pasting of the East High Tigers in the City North Division.

Jordan Potts led the way for the Vikings with 24 points and was 6 of 8 from three-point land.

The Vikings as usual are running away in the North with a 6-0 record and an 8-1 overall record.

East is 5-5, 3-3 on the season.

Northland took it easy in the fourth quarter as they had 91 points at the end of three quarters.

East was led by guard Darius White with 36 points and he made 12 three-point goals.

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