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CITY LEAGUE SOUTH DIVISION FOOTBALL: South Bulldogs blasts Africentric, 70-0

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Former Eastmoor Academy graduate and University of Minnesota safety Keith Dimmy was hired six weeks before the 2012 season. But he set out to get the Columbus South football program going in the right direction. after all, South has not had a winning season since 2006 when they were 6-4.

Before his arrival, South had won a total of just three games in three seasons.

Under Dimmy’s direction, they finished at 4-6.

This season, the Bulldogs are again making progress at 3-5, 2-3 in the tough City South Division.

Friday night, they traveled to Africentric and handed the Nubians a 70-0 loss.

Senior running back Deone Lindsey ran wild, rushing for 298 yards with eight touchdowns.

Africentric, known more for basketball than football, drops to 0-8, 0-5 on the season.


COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE FOOTBALL, Week 4: Walnut Ridge dominates Aftricentric, 72-0



Walnut Ridge traveled to City League South Division foe Africentric and came away with an easy 72-0 triumph.

The Scots, one of the top programs in the South Division along with Marion-Franklin, Eastmoor Academy, Independence and West, scored 41 first-half points to put the game out of reach early.

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Jaishon Johnson scored four touchdowns for a Scots’ team which carved out eight scoring plays of 38 yards or longer.

The Nubians, who were 2-8 in 2011, have a low-number of students participating in football. They drop to 0-4, 0-1.

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Africentric rolls to lopsided win over Gilead Christian


Game report from Henry Aldridge


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The Africentric boys basketball team, which was second in the City League South Division, ran all over Gilead Christian at Hilliard Bradley, 91-39.

Gilead Christian School, which is located in Mount Gilead, Ohio, could not stay with the top-seeded Nubians and trailed 56-9 at the half.

The Nubians, one of the favorites in Division IV, was led by Hosie Smith with 12 points and 10 rebounds and improved to 18-3 on the season.

The Nubians have only lost to Bloom-Carroll and Walnut Ridge twice on the season.

Gilead Christian ends the season at 2-18.

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Africentric girls blast Mount Gilead in Division III


Game report from Gary Royster


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Africentric’s girls basketball team which is top-ranked in Division III, used a 27-5 run in the 3rd quarter to leave Mount Gilead in the dust, 73-37.

The district semifinal game was played at New Albany High School.

The top-seeded Nubians improve to 18-4, while the Indians conclude the season at 12-11.

Kiyanna Black led Africentric from the City League South with 19 points.

The Nubians got off to a 16-4 start and were up 30-22 at the half. They put the game away outscoring Mount Gilead 27-5 in the third quarter for a 57-27 lead.


HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Columbus City League Boys Scoreboard


Compiled by Harold Reames


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Columbus East 55    Linden-McKinley 50

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Darius White and Torre’ Smith each scored 17 points for East.


Brookhaven defeats Mifflin, 71-55.

Khalid King scored 19 points for the Bearcats.


Northland rolls over Whetstone as they top 100 points again, 104-44.

Jalen Robinson led the Vikings with 30 points.


Africentric scored an 89-45 win over South Urban Academy.

Fuquan Tucker led the Nubians with 15 points.


Marion-Franklin won at home over Eastmoor Academy, 62-55.

Dominique Cartier led the Red Devils with 17 points.


Walnut Ridge earned a 61-47 win over Independence, 61-43.

Slick-shooting guard Roy Alexander led the Scots with a 16-point performance.


Briggs beat West, 68-56.

Charles Westbrook led the Bruins with 14 points.


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