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2013 Clark Kellogg Tip-Off Classic Game 1: Cincinnati Summit Country Day 46 Columbus Africentric 44

Summit Country Country Day   10 15 8 13—46

Columbus Africentric                       14    8 12 10-44

 

(courtesy CSCDHS)

Summit Country Day Silver Knights

Evan Davis 18 points

Antonio Woods 16 points

7-12 Free Throws

6 Turnovers

 

 

GAME NOTES

*The Silver Knights head coach is former University of Kentucky basketball player Michael Bradley.

*2013 is the 50th anniversary of the school.

*It is a Roman Catholic private college prep school.

*Tuition ranges from $3,600 to $18,200.

*Won an OHSAA men’s basketball title in 2012.

*From Cincinnati, Ohio.

*Plays in the Miami Conference with Clark Montessori, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, North College Hill, Lockland, Cincinnati Christian, Cincinnati Country Day, Seven Hills, St. Bernard-Elmwood Place and New Miami.

(megasportsnews.com photo)

Africentric Early College Nubians

Jaquan Harrison 15 points

Ulmer Manzie 15 points

6-18 Free Throws

7 Turnovers

GAME NOTES

*The Nubians are the defending City League South Division champions

*The City South Division is Eastmoor Academy, Walnut Ridge, Marion-Franklin, Independence, West, Briggs and South.

*Located in Columbus, Ohio near German Village near downtown.

*Head coach is Michael Bates, whose younger brother, Jason Bates is the head coach at rival school Walnut Ridge.

*School has students from Kindergarden through Grade 12.

*Will be getting a brand new high school in the future.

 


CITY LEAGUE SOUTH DIVISION FOOTBALL: South Bulldogs blasts Africentric, 70-0

(file photo)

GAME REPORT FROM GEORGE MORANSEE

Former Eastmoor Academy graduate and University of Minnesota safety Keith Dimmy was hired six weeks before the 2012 season. But he set out to get the Columbus South football program going in the right direction. after all, South has not had a winning season since 2006 when they were 6-4.

Before his arrival, South had won a total of just three games in three seasons.

Under Dimmy’s direction, they finished at 4-6.

This season, the Bulldogs are again making progress at 3-5, 2-3 in the tough City South Division.

Friday night, they traveled to Africentric and handed the Nubians a 70-0 loss.

Senior running back Deone Lindsey ran wild, rushing for 298 yards with eight touchdowns.

Africentric, known more for basketball than football, drops to 0-8, 0-5 on the season.

 

Northland Vikings head coach Sean Taylor voted AP Division I Co-coach of the year

Sean Taylor (file photo)

Northland head coach Sean Taylor, who has taken a young  Boys team with only one returning starter in Armani Towns, to a 28-0 record and the state tournament, was selected basketball co-coach of the year on the Associated Press Division I All-Ohio team this week.

Taylor, who previously coach 11 seasons at Eastmoor Academy, has a 51-2 record in just his second season coaching the Vikings after the retirement of Satch Sullinger.

He shared the state honor with Ricardo Hill of Cincinnati Walnut Hills and Toledo St. John’s Ed Heintschel.

 

Info compiled from Radio & TV news reports

Eastmoor Academy makes quick work of Licking Valley on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE

Eastmoor Academy head coach James Miranda is an imposing figure on the sidelines

The basketball season came to an end earlier then the Licking Valley Panthers may have wanted on last Saturday when they traveled to Eastmoor Academy for the first round of the OHSAA Boys state basketball tournament. Eastmoor dominated the game from start to finish as the Warriors try to make a run at a sectional championship.

The game started with a 9-0 run by Eastmoor. The Warriors hadn’t played a game in 10 days since defeating Beechcroft, so they did not shoot well from the field early. But Eastmoor took the early lead because of their tough defense with a full court press and by using their speed to get out in transition and run past Licking Valley. The Panthers did not score their first basket until there was 1:04 left to play in the first quarter.
 

John Draper (5) of Eastmoor Academy is the team's leader

 


Eastmoor caught fire offensively in the second quarter scoring 29 points. The team used their quickness to force turnovers and to create fast break opportunities. Licking Valley struggled to get the ball across half court at some points and that’s when Eastmoor began to run away with the game.

The second half was more of the same game as Eastmoor dominated to win the game 65-31.
 

Eastmoor Academy's biggest asset is a very deep bench

Jahmal Hughes (24) is a star on the rise for Eastmoor Academy

 

PHOTOS BY CODY INVERSO

CITY LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Much-improved South finally beats Walnut Ridge in South Division play, 60-50

Aaron Mullins and South now a contender in the City League South Division (Chris Leaper photo)

The South Bulldogs would love to be champions of the City League division that bears its name.

The Bulldogs, under head coach Ramon Spears, a former assistant of the Bates brothers Michael at Africentric and Jason at Walnut Ridge, have made strides in just three years.

South has gone from one win all the way to 13 wins and currently third in the City South behind Eastmoor Academy and Africentric after Friday night’s 60-50 win over Walnut Ridge.

The key to the game was the Scots only scoring five points in the second quarter. Single-digit quarters have hampered the Scots all year.

Christopher Byrd and Aaron Mullins led the Bulldogs with 14 and 12 points respectively.

Rob Wheelwright led the Scots with 15.

South is 13-5, 7-5 while the Scots drop to 10-8, 6-6 good for fifth place in a division that they’ve dominated the past two years.

 

GAME REPORT FROM SHANE ANDERSON

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