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Osborne, Smith lead Centennial past Licking Valley in Division II tournament

Game report from Joe Gray


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In Division II Boys tournament action on Saturday night at Heath High School in Heath, Ohio, the Centennial Stars of the Columbus City League beat the Licking Valley Panthers of the Mid-State League in a low-scoring affair, 43-37.

Leading the way for City North member Centennial was Boo Osborne with 17 points and he canned 12 of 16 free throws. Teammate Keenan Smith contributed 14 points.

The Stars advance with a 15-7 record while the Panthers end the season at 14-8.

 

 

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Centennial holds off Wellington School of Columbus

 

Game story by Wilma Brighton

 

The Centennial Stars of the Columbus City League played a non-conference game against Division IV Wellington Jaguars on Saturday afternoon.

The Stars took control early at 14-9 in the opening quarter and led 31-25 at the half.

Centennial then took full control in the third quarter leading 52-38 and held on in the fourth as the Jaguars put up 23 points but fell short.

The Stars won 69-61.

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Elias “Boo” Osborne scored 19 points, Eric Wilson added 16 and Keenan Smith chipped in with 12 to lead Centennial who improves to 12-6.

Wellington, who drops to 9-7, was led in scoring by Tyler Sharp with 25 points.

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: City League Boys Basketball Scoreboard

Report from Theo DeCorpo

 

In a game heard on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE, Brookhaven continues to play well, as they beat Beechcroft, 94-73. Khalid King scored a career-high 31 points. The Buckeye Muffler & Brake Shop Player of the Game was Randall Clarkson with 15 points.

Beechcroft was led by their number-1 scorer Khaleed Franklin who had 26 points.

The broadcast over the internet had connection problems. You can hear the entire recorded game if you visit our SPECIAL SPORTS BROADCAST PAGE at the top of the megasportsnews.com website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Centennial Stars visited Whetstone on Tuesday night and took control in the first quarter at 22-8 and at halftime, 40-20 and rolled to a 74-60 win over the Braves.

Jeremy Browning led the way with a 19-point game, followed by Keenan Smith with 18.

Whetstone was led by Claude Bogan with 18 points.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gene Caslin’s Mifflin Punchers started out quick against the East Tigers with a 19-6 first quarter and a 35-12 halftime advantage en route to a comfortable 63-43 win.

Mifflin was led by J Murrell with 17.

East was led by Torre’ Smith with 21 points.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michael Bates and the Africentric Nubians continued their fine season with a 91-66 win over the winless West Cowboys on the road.

The Nubians are 14-2 overall, 10-1 in the City South Divisiom.

The first quarter was tight as Africentric led just 27-21. They pushed ahead with breathing room at halftime with a lead of 49-33 and stayed in control the rest of the way.

The Nubians put three players in double figures: Fuquan Tucker led the way with 20, Kenny Robinson had 16 and Hosie Smith added 14.

West, who is having a horrible season at 0-17, 0-11, but has a young team, was led by Dasean Johnson with 13 points and Quantrell Huff scored 12.

 

 

 

The Independence 76ers are improving as the season moves along.

They won their fourth game on Tuesday, edging out visiting Briggs, 63-61 in a South Division game.

The game was tight through as Briggs led 19-14 at the end of the opening quarter; 38-30 at the half.

But the 76ers fought their way back into the game at the end of three quarters at 52-50 and in the fourth quarter, took control of the game with a 13-9 advantage.

The Bruins were led by Dewey Rice with 15 points and Charles Westbrook with 10.

The 76ers are 4-12, 4-8. Briggs is now at .500 at 8-8, 5-6.

 

 

 

 

Scott Williams’ Marion-Franklin Red Devils was just too much for the South Bulldogs, winning 72-39.

With home win, the Red Devils are 8-7, 7-4 in the South Division.

Marion-Franklin took control in the first quarter at 16-7 and 38-17 at the half and from there it was just a matter of what the final score would be.

Dresean Mathis led the winners with 17 points, Marquiez Lawrence scored 15 and Tony Anderson added 12.

South, who is coached former Walnut Ridge assistant Ramon Spears, drops to 5-10 overall, 1-10 in the South.

The Bulldogs received 11 points from Aaron Mullins and 9 from Oumar Diop.

 

 

 

 

 

 

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Brookhaven surprises Centennial in overtime, 66-65

Game report from Cassie Arnold

 

 

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The Brookhaven Bearcats beat the number-2 team in the City North Division race, the Centennial Stars on Friday night, 66-65 in overtime.

Ronnie Williams connected on two free throws with 25 seconds left in OT to lead the Bearcats to a City North win.

Brookhaven is now 6-4 overall, 5-1 in the North.

Centennial falls to 7-3, 4-2 in the North.

Williams scored 11 points on the night but six were in the extra quarter.

Brookhaven allowed a 10 point lead to slip away in the fourth quarter which led to the overtime quarter.

Kevin Greenhow led the Bearcats with 18 points.

The Stars were led by their two-best players, Elias “Boo” Osborne and Keenan Smith who scored 19 points apiece.

 

H.S. SPORTS: Osborne’s triple-double efforts leads Centennial past East, 93-88

 

Game report from Regina “Reggie” Lansfield


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The Centennial Stars basketball team placed all starters in double figures scoring in a 93-88 City League North Division win over the East Tigers.

The Tigers stayed in the game behind the scoring of Denzel Lipson, who had a season-high 40 points and 19 from James Davis.

Lipson’s 40 points is Central Ohio area high for men’s basketball.

Elias “Boo” Osborne led the way for Centennial with a triple-double of 27 points, 12 assists and 11 rebounds.

Conrad Stephens and Keenan Smith supported Osborne with 15 points apiece.

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