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BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL: Northland stays unbeaten with win in West Virginia

Edgar Stiles contributed to this story

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The Northland Vikings took a break from City League North Division action and traveled to Logan, West Virginia Saturday night to play a regional non-league game.

Logan is a town of 1,630 people located along the Guyandotte River. It is the home of Former NFL defenseman Shane Burton, who played from 1996-2003 with Miami, Chicago, New York Jets and Carolina; American film and television actress Joanne Dru.

Northland won the game 74-60.

Trey Burke scored 25 points to help Northland go to 14-0.

The Logan Wildcats drop to 7-5.

Browns’ Mack going to Pro Bowl

Alex Mack (file photo)

Cleveland Browns center Alex Mack is going to the Pro Bowl as a replacement for New York Jets center Nick Mangold, who was injured in the AFC championship game loss to Pittsburgh.

Mack will be representing Cleveland offensive tackle Joe Thomas, who was named to his fourth straight Pro Bowl.

Mack was selected in the first round in 2009 by Cleveland.

compiled from staff & Cleveland Browns news

Schlegel returns to Ohio State as assistant strength coach

Anthony Schlegel (file photo)

Anthony Schlegel, who teammed with Bobby Carpenter and A.J. Hawk to be three of the most dominating linebacking trio in Ohio State history, is back with the program as the assistant strength coach.

He said that the Ohio State job was the only one that he would’ve moved his family out of Texas for.

The former Ohio State and NFL linebacker replaces Doug Davis, who left to take over the Kent State strength program when receivers coach Darrell Hazel was hired as the head coach in December.

Schlegel transferred from Air Force, played for OSU in 2004 and 2005. He played in the NFL one year each with the New York Jets and Cincinnati Bengals.

The past few years, he played in the United Football League while operating his own training company his Texas.

Schlegel and his wife Stephanie, have two kids.

compiled from staff, TV, radio & Ohio State athletics news

AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Steelers know how to get to Super Bowl; holds off Jets

Ben Roethlisberger (file photo)

Steelers Terrible Towel (photo by Steel City Hobbies via Wikipedia Commons)

The one thing about the Pittsburgh Steelers, they know how to get to the Super Bowl.

For the third time in six years, the Steelers are going to the NFL’s title game to play this time around, the Green Bay Packers.

The Steelers beat the New York Jets 24-19 to play in Super Bowl XLV on February 6, 2011.

Pittsburgh turned back the Jets by stopping them on a key goal line stand.

The 14-4 Steelers dominated the game in the first half going up 24-3 with Rashard Mendenhall rushing for 95 of his 121 yards in the first two quarters.

Pittsburgh is in its eighth Super Bowl and has won the most titles with 6.

The Jets trying to get the Super Bowl since the days of Broadway Joe Namath 42 years ago, got off on a bad start against a team who is hard to comeback against.

The New York Jets finished the season at 13-6 and failed for the fourth time in the AFC title game to advance to the Super Bowl.

The Steelers counted out by everybody when Ben Roethlisberger was suspended by the NFL for the first four games, did not wither and still won their division and the AFC Championship.

compiled from NFL news

Jets beat Colts; head to New England for divisional playoff round

The New York Jets took control in the second half and rallied twice for a 17-16 win over Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC wild card game in Lucas Oil Stadium.

Nick Folk made a 32-yard field goal as time expired to give the Jets a trip to #1 seed New England in the divisional round of the AFC playoffs this Sunday.

Nick Folk (file photo)

The Jets moved the ball quickly driving 40 yards in five plays to get to the winning field goal. The drive was set up by an outstanding 47-yard kickoff return by Antonio Cromartie. Mark Sanchez completed passes of 9 yards to Braylon Edwards and 11 yards to Santonio Holmes to get the ball to the Colts’ 34-yard line. Two plays later, Sanchez hit Edwards again for 18 yards to the 14, and the Jets let the clock run down to three seconds before calling timeout and setting up the game-winner by Folk.

Colts QB Peyton Manning completed 18 of 26 passes for 225 yards and 1 TD.

Jets RB LaDainian Tomlinson rushed 16 times for 82 yards and scored on two 1-yard runs.

compiled from NFL & New York Jets news

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