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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL, Week 4: St. Charles wins big in Toledo, 41-0



The St. Charles Cardinals were only 4-6 last season and were looking forward to an improved season in 2012.

But with a non-league schedule of Pickerington North, Eastmoor Academy, Beechcroft and Toledo Rogers, the task looked monumental.

However, the Cardinals have passed the four game task at 3-1, beating Eastmoor Academy, Beechcroft and on Friday night, Toledo Rogers on the road, 41-0.

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St. Charles scored 28 points in the second half to put the game our of reach.

Ryan Bailey accounted for three touchdowns for the St. Charles team.

Sean Fitzmartin scored a TD rushing and receiving to go along with 121 yards of offense.

Toledo Rogers drops to 2-2.

Team Ohio has pair of wins in Italy


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Team Ohio basketball coached by Thomas Worthington head coach Bob Miller, won a couple of games in Rho, Italy, in the U-17 international girls basketball tournament on Friday.

Pickerington North star Brittany Johnson led the way in an 86-34 win in game one over Omegna Pallauaulo. Johnson scored 10 points and 11 rebounds.

In an 89-46 win in game two against San Carlo, Johnson again led the way with 19 points. Olentangy Liberty’s Maddie Redwine scored 17 and Africentric’s CC Harley scored 14.


Info compiled from reporter Tim Latham

Walnut Ridge at Briggs, huge City South battle tonight on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE at 7 pm


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Tonight’s HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE will be in the Columbus City League South Division and it’ll be a huge game.

The Walnut Ridge Scots (7-0, 4-0) will travel to Briggs (6-2, 3-0). Game time is 7 pm, pre-game at 6:40 right here on the website. LISTEN LIVE by clicking here.

The Scots defeated arch-rival Eastmoor Academy on Friday and Briggs beat Independence so both teams come in with momentum.

Walnut Ridge under Jason Bates has also defeated Thomas Worthington, South, Independence, West, Pickerington North and Dublin Scioto.

Tony Rice in gray sweats instructing players ( photo)

The Bruins of Briggs are coached by Tony Rice, who is the school’s all-time points and assists leader, has beaten Franklin Heights, Groveport, Olentangy, West, South and Independence.

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OSU GAMEDAY: Akron football team honors Tyler Campbell with initials


Tyler Campbell (courtesy of Akron athletics)

The Akron Zips football helmets had round, black stickers with the initials “TC” in white, in memory of former Zips safety Tyler Campbell, who died unexpectedly on July 22.

A native of Pickerington, Campbell played at Akron from 2007 to 2009. He is a graduate of Pickerington North High School.

In Campbell’s memory, his family has established a foundation dedicated to drug-abuse education. More information can be found by visiting

Info courtesy of Akron athletics

Roberts, Elflein commit to OSU’s 2012 class


Patrick Elflein

The Ohio State football program received commitments from two local players this past week.

The hiring of former Ohio State and NFL linebacker Mike Vrabel as the new linebackers coach helped one of the players make up his mind about deciding on becoming Buckeyes.

Lancaster linebacker Luke Roberts and offensive lineman Patrick Elflein from Pickerington North, told head coach Luke Fickell they’ll be joining the class of 2012.

The 6’3, 285-pound Elflein accepted the scholarship after Lakewood St. Edward’s Kyle Kalis decommited and went to Michigan.

Ohio State now has two offensive lineman from Pickerington in the 2012 class; Jacoby Boren of Pickerington Central is also in the fold.

Elflein also considered Purdue, Northwestern and Indiana.

Luke Roberts

Roberts, who is 6’2, 225-pounds, has a 4.3 grade-point average, chose OSU because of its business school and the hiring of Vrabel as assistant coach.

Roberts also considered Cincinnati, Purdue, Wake Forest and half a dozen other schools.


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