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BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL Tournament action: Harvest Prep dominates Fairfield Christian

Game report from Rick Nathanson

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Harvest Prep used relentless full-court pressure and went on a 27-1 burst in the third quarter to blow past Fairfield Christian, 80-49.

Second-seeded Harvest Prep, 18-4, was led by Shakir Dunning who scored 14 of his game-high 24 points during the 30-6 third quarter.

The Knights, making their first appearance in the Coliseum, led 32-24 at the half.

Hayden Welch had 17 points and Steve Carpenter 15 for the Knights who committed 33 turnovers.


Dublin Scioto is too much for Linden, 69-45

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Watterson dumps Bexley, 52-33

Ready knocks off Wellington, 58-46

Horizon Science by 30 over Northside Christian, 79-49

Cleveland JFK in overtime, defeats Harvest Prep, 74-69

Licking Heights 57 Worthington Christian 42

Harvest Prep: David Dennis is top coach, Shicole Watts is top player

compiled from staff and wire reports

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Harvest Prep keeps getting awards. Head coach David Dennis was named Division IV co-coach of the year and Shicole Watts was honored as the co-player of the year for the same division. The honors were handed out by the Associated Press.

Coach Dennis shared the coaching award with Dean Sanford of DeGraff Riverside and Dave Kleman of Ottoville.

Watts, a 6’1 junior, averaged 14.9 points,10.7 rebounds and 3.5 assists while shooting 52 percent from the floor for the Division IV State Champions, Harvest Prep.

Girls High School Basketball District Seedings

By Nancy Mason

MSN Staff Writer

Pickerington North has been voted the number one seed in the Central District of the Division I girls basketball tournament. The Panthers finished the regular season with an Ohio Capital Conference Ohio Division championship and a 19-1 record and are ranked number one in the Associated Press state poll. But seedings mean nothing once the tournament starts.

Pickerington North has been impressive this season behind 6-foot junior forward Kavunaa Edwards, 6-0 junior center Jordan Householder and guards Nicole Olszewski and her sister Shelby.

Olentangy (15-5) is seeded second in the Division II Central District. Head Coach John Feasel’s team won its first OCC Cardinal Division championship last Friday; its first in 11 years.

Africentric is 15-5 going into the tournament. The Nubians didn’t win the City League Championship for the first time since 2005. They’ve also moved from Division IV, where they won two of the previous three state championships, to Division III. Africentric lost to Brookhaven 46-41 last Saturday in the City League title game.

In Division IV, top-seeded Harvest Prep (19-1) boasts a cast bolstered by Grove City transfers Shicole Watts, Aryelle Beavers, Chelsea McKnight and Jaren and Jarel Francis.