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Doubleheader today on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE: 11:00 am, Northland vs. Reynoldsburg; 3:00 pm, Walnut Ridge plays Olentangy Liberty

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HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE will be busy today as we broadcast two games from the Ohio Expo Center Coliseum.

At 11:00 am, the Northland Vikings take on the Reynoldsburg Raiders in one District final while the Walnut Ridge Scots play the Olentangy Liberty Patriots in the other final at 3:oo pm.

(courtesy of Reynoldsburg High School)

The Vikings, six-time defending champions of the Columbus City League, brings a 22-1 record into the game, having beaten Central Crossing, Columbus West and Zanesville in the Marysville region.

The Raiders, of the Ohio Capital Conference Ohio Division, bring a 12-9 record into the contest having won two OHSAA playoff games over Olentangy Orange and Hilliard Davidson also in the Marysville region.




(courtesy of Olentangy Liberty High School)

This afternoon at 3:00 pm, the Olentangy Liberty Patriots will take on the Walnut Ridge Scots.

The Patriots from Powell, Ohio, play in the Ohio Capital Conference Cardinal Division where they were the champions.

Liberty has only lost to Westerville Central, 49-46 and Westerville South, 58-57 and are 20-2 on the season.


Columbus City League runner-ups, the Walnut Ridge Scots are 21-1 on the season, the only blemish being a loss to the Northland Vikings in the City League championship game.

The City League South Division champion Scots have advanced to the District finals by beating Whetstone and two other Ohio Capital Conference schools in Worthington Kilbourne and Mount Vernon.


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Buckeye women lose at Michigan; loss streak at three

The six-time defending Big Ten champion Ohio State women’s basketball team has not looked good during its recent losing streak.

The most recent loss happened at the home of their arch-rival Michigan at Crisler Arena in Ann Arbor.

The 8-4 Buckeyes fell behind early by a score of 24-4 on cold-shooting. They shot 22.6 percent in the first half and 32.3 percent in the second. They were 2-15 from three-point land.

Jim Foster's team is in a funk (file photo)

Michigan ups its record to 8-5 shot 42 percent, but did shot better on three-pointers, going 9-23.  The Wolverines were led by Veronica Hicks and Hilliard Davidson graduate Carmen Reynolds who each scored 17 points.

The only Buckeyes who played well were Jantel Lavender with 18 points and Tayler Hill with 15.

compiled from Ohio State athletics

OHSAA FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Braxton Miller leads Huber Heights Wayne to win over Hilliard Davidson

India Rutledge contributed to this story

(Clipart courtesy of OCAL

The Hilliard Davidson knew that it would be tough to beat the Wayne Warriors because of their Ohio State-bound quarterback Braxton Miller.

They also knew that Miller had a whole host of play-makers around him and they would have to control all of them if they were to win.

It just wasn’t to be this time around for the Wildcats.

Huber Heights Wayne defeated Hilliard Davidson last weekend, 28-14 in the Division I state semi-final at Dayton’s Welcome Stadium.

Miller, who is a carbon-copy of current Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor, equally good at passing and running, but only 4 inches shorter at 6-foot, 2-inches tall, led Wayne on touchdown drives the first four times they had the ball and built up a commanding 28-7 halftime lead.

Hilliard Davidson, the defending state champion, now 13-1, coming into the game had allowed only 72 points all season.

The loss snapped the Wildcats 21-game win streak which was the best in the state.

Wayne, now 11-3 will play for the state title in Division I this weekend.

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OHSAA FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Hilliard Davidson defense too much for Pickerington Central

Gladys O’Reilly contributed to this report

Marv Moorehead Stadium at Upper Arlington High School (file photo)

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The area’s two stingiest defenses got together last weekend at Upper Arlington High School’s Marv Moorehead Stadium and the crowd was not disappointed.

The Division I regional final pitted Hilliard Davidson against Pickerington Central.

Pickerington Central came into the game allowing 4.3 points per game, while Davidson’s was at 5.5 per game.

The sellout crowd saw Hilliard Davidson prevail in a 13-6 win.

Pickerington Central was driving for the tying touchdown in the last seconds as a pass to Notre Dame recruit Eilar Hardy was tipped away from Davidson defenders and the drive stalled at the Davidson 32-yard-line as the next play ended in a sack with time expired.

The 13-0 Davidson Wildcats will play in the state semifinal against Huber Heights Wayne who is also 10-3 this Saturday.

The Tigers could not recover from several penalties and two interceptions.

OHSAA FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Hilliard Davidson shuts down star-studded Springfield, 9-0

Ruth Evans contributed to this story

Hilliard Davidson (file photo)

All week long leading up to the game with Springfield, the Hilliard Davidson players were answering questions from fans and media, how would they stop the backfield of Trey DePriest and George Walker.

The Wildcats let their football abilities do the talking as their defense dominated the Springfield offensive line in a surprising 9-0 win.

Surprising in the fact that both teams have explosive offenses.

The Division I game was played at Selby Field on the campus of Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware and drew 6,500 people.

Hilliard Davidson, now 12-0, will play Pickerington Central who is 11-0 in the regional championship game this weekend.

The Wildcats had basically two drives that won the game. The first one was a 12-play, 74-yard drive that culminated with Alex Mickley scoring on a 1-yard TD drive with 6:35 left in the first quarter. The second drive was on their third possession of the football, a 15-play, drive that ended with J.D. Detmer kicking a 28-yard field goal.

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