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COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Upper Arlington cruises to 43-20 win over Walnut Ridge



What do Actress Beverly D’Angelo, Restaurant owner Cameron Mitchell, CBS News’ Erin Moriarty and golfer Jack Nicklaus have in common?

They are all notable alumni of Upper Arlington High School.

(courtesy of Upper Arlington High School)

Those alums would be proud as their Golden Bears defeated the Walnut Ridge Scots with two, 20-points quarters in a 43-20 rout.

Upper Arlington High School ( photo)

Gus Ackley rushed for 120 yards and Chris Frey ran for 118 to lead UA.

The bright spot for the Scots, members of the City League South Division, was a second half kickoff return for a touchdown by Jaishon Johnson.

NCAA TOURNAMENT: South Regional, First Round

compiled from staff and wire reports


The Boilermakers went on a 20-3 run in the second half to defeat the Saints in Spokane, Washington.

Purdue, 4th-seeded were led by Keaton Grant and JaJuan Johnson to go to 28-5.

Johnson, clearly the tallest player on the floor, took over and tied his career high of 15 rebounds.

The Saints end up at 27-7.


5th-seeded Texas A&M received a career-high 19 points from freshman Khris Middleton to lead them past 12th seed Utah State (27-8) in Spokane.

Utah State lost its fifth consecutive first-round game. It’s last win came in 2001 over Ohio State.

Texas A&M is 24-9.


Duke Blue Devils (DU)

30-5 Duke never trailed as they steamrolled Arkansas-Pine Bluff (18-16) in Jacksonville, Florida.

The Blue Devils reached 30 wins for the 11th time in coach Mike Krzyzewski’s career.


The Golden Bears led by as many as 18 points in the first half in sending #8  Louisville (20-13) home.

The 24-10 Bears were led by Jerome Randle and Theo Robertson who scored 21 points apiece.

“Third time is a charm” as Dublin Coffman stops Upper Arlington streak at 20

It was a challenge to pick the better cliche’ to summarize the game-”Third time is a charm” or “You live by the 3, You die by the 3″-but the bottom line was that the Dublin Coffman boys out-fought Upper Arlington, 50-48 in the Division I district semifinal, advancing in the tournament and handing the Golden Bears their first loss after 20 straight wins.

Upper Arlington had won the 2 regular season games against the Shamrocks by nearly identical scores of 64-58 and 65-62, each time building a big lead and surviving Coffman rallies. This time, it was almost the reverse, as the Bears rallied from down 40-33 in the 3rd quarter to force a 46-46 tie with 1:35 to go. Michael Green then scored the last 4 points for the Rocks, who watched a potential game-tying shot by the Bears Carter Smith, with a foot on the 3-point arc line, clang off the rim in the closing seconds. Green had converted an old fashioned 3 point play with 1:09 to go, and after a basket by the Bears’ Jeff Vaughn, hit the first of 2 free throws for the last of his 14 points. The Bears looked to be on the ropes with 2:30 left and trailing 46-40, but Oliver McGlade and Brian Sullivan-who had been a combined 1 for 12 on 3-pointers to that point-each hit a shot from behind the arc for the 3rd and last tie of the game


Christian Heine led the Rocks (19-3) with 16, and Kyle Molock, who sat down with 2 quick fouls in the first half, added 11. The Rocks held McGlade to 8 and Sullivan to 10; 11 points under their combined averages. Sullivan sat down in the 3rd quarter after picking up his 4th foul; the Ohio Capital Conference player of the year had posted 35 and 25 in the two regular season games against Coffman. The Bears shot only 34% from the floor (compared to 53% in their first 20 games; and only 4 of 20 3-pointers (42% coming into the game)-and couldn’t overcome their second straight sub-par tournament performance, having squeaked by Pickerington Central, 34-33. The Bears bench had one of their better performances of the year, outscoring the Rocks bench 12-0, with Chris Watson accounting for 10 of the 12 points. He earned a second half start, and recorded two, 3-point plays in the 3rd period.

Each team hit 10 of 30 shots in the first half, which saw 5 lead changes and Coffman finished with a 27-25 lead.

The Rocks’ 36% shooting wasn’t much better, but they offset a 38-27 rebounding disadvantage by winning the turnover battle, 15-8.