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City League Boys Championship game LIVE today on our website at 12:00 noon on H.S. BOUNCE

 

Walnut Ridge Scots

Coming your way LIVE on our website today at 12 noon is the Columbus, Ohio City League Boys Championship game involving the Walnut Ridge Scots and the Northland Vikings.

LISTEN LIVE by clicking here.

If that fails here’s another option, go to the HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE page in the upper right hand corner, click it and scroll down to the February 18 game and click listen and the game comes up there. We’ll be on the air 10 minutes before the game with our usual information.

The South Division champion Walnut Ridge comes into the game at 18-0 and winning their second division title in a row. They want revenge after losing to Northland last year in the City title game also on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE.

The Scots are led by head coach Jason Bates and feature a tall lineup of Kai Turner, Allasane Kah, Malik Dime and Roy Alexander.

Northland Vikings

The Northland Vikings under new coach Sean Taylor continued to roll this season and are 18-1 overall on the season. The only blemish was losing to Huntington Prep of West Virginia.

The Vikings have continued to be the kingpin in the City League North, winning an incredible 87 games in a row dating to February of 2006.

Northland features three division I recruits, Jalen Robinson (Dayton), Devon Scott (Dayton) and Jordan Potts (Greensboro). But they also have Ke’Chaun Lewis, Armani Towns and a solid bench.

The game is sold out at Columbus East High School as all 1,200 seats were gone in just a few hours.

This game should be a high-scoring, slam-dunking affair!

 

Columbus East is the home of today's title game

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ENTERTAINMENT FOR SUNDAY JULY 11, 2010: Almanacs, News and Celebrity Birthdays

compiled from staff, wire and Entertainment news

DAILY ALMANAC

Today is Sunday, July 11, the 192nd day of 2010. There are 173 days left in the year.

HIGHLIGHTS IN HISTORY

* On July 11, 1960, To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel about childhood-innocence and racial injustice in a small Southern town during the Depression, was first published by J.B. Lippincott and Company.

* In 1859, Big Ben, the great bell inside the famous London clock tower, chimed for the first time. The clock itself had been keeping time since May 31.

* In 1952, the Republican National Convention, meeting in Chicago, nominated Dwight D. Eisenhower for president and Richard M. Nixon for vice president.

* In 1979, the abandoned United States space station Skylab made a spectacular return to Earth, burning up in the atmosphere and showering debris over the Indian Ocean and Australia.

* Ten years ago, on July 11, 2000, A Middle East summit hosted by President Bill Clinton opened at Camp David between Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat.

CELEBRITY NEWS

* The Office star Jenna Fischer married writer Lee Kirk this past weekend in Malibu, California. The 36-year-old Fischer, was previously married to director James Gunn.

* BalletMet Columbus has been able to balance its budget. The company was able to clear out a tentative deficit of $50,000 in recent weeks through donations from supporters, according to Executive Director Cheri Mitchell. The company had reported a record $400,000 deficit at the end of the previous season, 2008-2009.

* Popular Cincinnati radio personality Gary Burbank who impersonates such characters as “Gilbert Gnarley,” “Earl Pitts, American!”, et.al will be needing your help to get into the National Radio Hall of Fame in Chicago. This is Burbank’s third nomination. Burbank, who retired from WLW-AM in 2007, faces very stiff competition as a local or regional pioneer from Chicago “Disco Demolition” DJ Steve Dahl; Nashville country music icon Ralph Emery: and Boston DJ Charles Laquidara.

Online voting is free and is open through August 1 at www.radiohof.org. Online registration is required.

* Staying with WLW-AM in Cincinnati, it was discovered by several of our website fans that the popular regional station has pulled longtime talk show host Mike McConnell off the air because word had leaked that he’s going to Chicago in August to work on WGN-AM.

WLW-AM recently refused to let McConnell return to the airwaves after he returned from vacation when word of his move to Chicago was discovered. His contract expires in July.

* NBC has pulled the new Love Bites from fall schedule and put The Apprentice on Thursday. The network made the move for several reasons: the pregnancy of series regular Becki Newton, who plays a young, single woman; and a request from creator Cindy Chupack to relinquish day-to-day management duties of the show.

The upcoming season of The Apprentice recently finished shooting in New York.

* Singer Carrie Underwood married Hockey star Mike Fisher on Saturday July 10 at the Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation in Greensboro.

* CNN host Larry King and his wife, Shawn Southwick-King, both submitted paperwork this past week to halt their divorce for which they filed in April. Word has it that the couple is trying to work things out.

* Actress Lindsay Lohan, who recently lost her probation case, has also lost her lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley who abruptly resigned on Thursday.

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

60 Bonnie Pointer, singer of the famous group, The Pointer Sisters.

43 Thad Matta, Ohio State men’s basketball coach.

40 Justin Chambers, Springfield, Ohio native, actor on Grey’s Anatomy.

35 Lil’ Kim, rapper of Lady Marmalade.

21 David Henrie, actor of Wizards of Waverly Place.