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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Greeneview star Bradds chooses Ohio Bobcats

 

Evan Bradds (courtesy of Greeneview High School athletics)

Jamestown Greeneview High School basketball player Evan Bradds decided to make his college choice now and get it out of the way.

At the end of verbally committed to the Ohio University Bobcats basketball program saying “that it was the right fit for him.”

Bradds, a 6-foot-6, 185-pound post player, averaged 17.0 points, 5.9 rebounds and shot 52 percent from the field as a sophomore last season.

He helped lead the Rams to their second straight appearance in the Division III district championship game, and was named Division III District 9 Player of the Year.

Bradds also considered offers from Miami (Ohio), Akron, Toledo, Wright State, James Madison and Albany.

If the name Bradds sounds familiar, it should. His dad, David, played at the University of Dayton, and his grandfather, Gary, a former legend at Ohio State, was an NBA first-round draft pick.

Bradds, who’ll graduate from high school in 2013, has the ability to be a big-time scorer shooter, he’s tough in the lane and can drive the basketball according to scouting reports.

 

Special thanks goes out to the Bradds’ family and Greeneview athletic director Mark Rinehart for giving permission to use Evan’s photo

Info compiled from staff, recruiting news, Radio & TV news

Ohio’s Carbone to retire after 2012 season

 

Joe Carbone (courtesy of Ohio athletics)

Ohio University Bobcats baseball coach Joe Carbone has announced that he’ll be retiring after the 2012 season, which will be his 24th season.

Under Carbone, the Bobcats won Mid-American Conference titles in 1991 and 1997.

 

Info courtesy of Ohio athletics

Ohio Bobcats 78 Valparaiso 75

(courtesy of Ohio University athletics)

The Ohio University Bobcats used a balanced offensive attack that placed six players in double figures scoring. Leading the way was DeVaughn Washington with 14 points.

Valparaiso tied the game at 70 on a layup by Brandon Wood.

But Tommy Freeman came down the floor and answered with a 3-point goal to give the Bobcats (3-1) the lead for good.

Ohio made 5 of 6 free throws in the final 35 seconds.

compiled from MAC & Ohio University news

Ohio Bobcats win at Temple; victory streak at seven

The Ohio University Bobcats have now won seven games in a row with their recent 31-23 victory at Temple.

Vince Davidson rushed for two touchdowns as the Bobcats held off a late Owls rally.

Ohio, from the Mid-American Conference has a record of 8-3, 6-1 in the league, moved one game closer to the Eastern Division championship. They can clinch by beating Kent State on November 26.

(megasportsnews.com)

The Bobcats held a 21-point lead at 31-10, but Temple (8-3, 5-2 MAC East) scored very quickly. The Owls then recovered an onside kick and scored again. Both of the Temple touchdowns came on touchdown passes from Mike Girardi to Mike Campbell.

Ohio clinched the game for good when Travis Carrie recovered the second onside kick by Temple.

compiled from staff, Mid-American Conference & Ohio University news

Ohio Bobcats double-up Buffalo, 34-17

Ohio's Phil Bates threw a 26-yard scoring pass in win over Buffalo (file photo)

Boo Jackson threw two touchdown passes, caught a scoring pass and ran for a touchdown for the Ohio University Bobcats in a 34-17 win over the Buffalo Bulls in Mid-American Conference action in Athens, Ohio.

Ohio is now 7-3 overall, 5-1 in the MAC East Division. Buffalo falls to 2-7, 1-4 in the MAC East.

Jackson opened the scoring for Ohio with a 1-yard run and caught a 26-yard scoring pass from Phil Bates on the Bobcats’ next drive.

In the second half, Jackson kept at it; throwing two 15-yard touchdown passes to Terrence McCrae.

Info courtesy of Ohio Athletic news

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