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HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE has 4 games today live on our website;the Jump25.com All-Star Classic

 

Former Ohio State basketball players William Buford and Samantha Prahalis will be the headline stars for the fourth annual Jump25.com All-Star Classic on today, April 14 at Ohio Dominican University’s Alumni Hall.

The classic will feature area high school and Ohio college seniors.

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The girls high school game starts at 12 noon, with the women’s college game at 1:30 p.m., the boys high school game takes place at 3 p.m. and the men’s college game at 5:00 p.m.

All four games can be heard LIVE on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE as we wrap up the basketball season.

The 12 noon and 1:30 pm games can be heard by clicking here LISTEN.

The 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm games can be heard by clicking here LISTEN.

If for some reason, these two links don’t work, simply go to the HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE page and scroll down to today’s scheduled games and click LISTEN.

There is a Jump25.com Hall of Fame ceremony at 4:30 p.m. with the inductees being James “Scoonie” Penn, Gene Millard, Katie Smith, Damon Goodwin, Brad Sellers, Chris Jent, Lawrence Funderburke, Esteban Weaver, Darryl LeVert and Sharon Curd-Watson.

William Buford (courtesy of Ohio State athletics)

Samantha Prahalis (courtesy of Ohio State athletics)

Admission is $5.

The games are brought to you in part by SWIFT TAX SERVICES.

Buford, Prahalis headline Jump25.com All-Star games at Ohio Dominican Saturday

 

Ohio Dominican Alumni Gym (courtesy of ODU athletics)

Former Ohio State basketball players William Buford and Samantha Prahalis will be the headline stars for the fourth annual Jump25.com All-Star Classic on Saturday, April 14 at Ohio Dominican University’s Alumni Hall.

The classic will feature area high school and Ohio college seniors.

The girls high school game starts at 12 noon, with the women’s college game at 1:30 p.m., the boys high school game takes place at 3 p.m. and the men’s college game at 5:00 p.m.

There is a Jump25.com Hall of Fame ceremony at 4:30 p.m. with the inductees being James “Scoonie” Penn, Gene Millard, Katie Smith, Damon Goodwin, Brad Sellers, Chris Jent, Lawrence Funderburke, Esteban Weaver, Darryl LeVert and Sharon Curd-Watson.

Admission is $5.

Johnny Clark, creator of the Jump25.com All-Star Classic (courtesy of Jump25.com)

 

Info courtesy of Jump25.com

Smith traded to Seattle Storm

Katie Smith (WNBA photo)

Former Ohio State basketball star, Katie Smith, the school’s second-leading all-time scorer, has been involved in a trade.

The 36-year-old Smith, was traded by the Washington Mystics to the Seattle Storm.

The Storm will be Smith’s fourth team in 13 seasons.

 

compiled from WNBA news

Lavender earns Big Ten Player of the Week after breaking Smith’s record

Jantel Lavender (42) (file photo)

Ohio State senior star Jantel Lavender was recognized as co-Big Ten Player of the Week.

Lavender breaks the record for all-time Big Ten player of the week honors after she became Ohio State’s career scoring leader (2,587 points) Sunday and setting an NCAA record with 126 straight games with 10 or more points-every game of Lavender’s career.

Now with 18 weekly conference honors, Lavender averaged 25.0 points per game last week in breaking Kate Smith’s school record of 2,578 career points. With 29 points against Minnesota Sunday, she also broke the national record for consecutive games in double-figures.

In two wins last week, Jantel averaged 9.0 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game, just missing out on a double- double each time.

Lavender shares the honor this week with Michigan State’s Lykendra Johnson.

Info courtesy of Ohio State athletics

Lavender breaks Katie Smith’s scoring record in win

Jantel Lavender (courtesy of OSU athletics)

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Williams Arena in Minneapolis, Minnesota was the scene where Ohio State senior Jantel Lavender accomplished a feat that people had said for years could not be achieved.

Lavender broke the Ohio State women’s basketball program scoring record which was held by Katie Smith.

The crowd of 5,645 saw Ohio State (15-9, 6-6) win the Big Ten contest over the Minnesota Golden Gophers, 83-76. Lavender was told by a media member that she had passed the popular Smith, who scored 2,578 points in an All-America career under Nancy Darsch.

Lavender scored 29 points in the game and passed up Smith in the second half at the 16:28 mark on a short jumper after an assist from Tayler Hill.

The Gophers fall to 11-14, 3-9 on the season.

compiled from Ohio State athletics news

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