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COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE: New cast of players leads Walnut Ridge to 3-0 start; beats West on Friday night



With the graduation of Roy Alexander, Fred Hardgrove, Isaiah Brooks, Allasane Kah, Malik Dime, Kai Turner and Adam McCall, most people felt that Walnut Ridge’s hold on the South Division the past two years would end.

Don’t count on it!

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There is a new cast of characters leading the Scots to a third straight Columbus City League South Division title, Grant Harris, Rob Wheelwright and Dymiere Finch.

Harris with 28 points and Wheelwright with 25 led the Scots to a 3-0 record and 2-0 in the South with an 86-78 win over improving Columbus West Friday night.

The Cowboys (2-2, 0-2) were led by Ed Golden with a career-high 33 points and Charles Holland scored 23 points.

HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE: Walnut Ridge too athletic, too quick & deep for Worthington Kilbourne in slowdown game


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Worthington Kilbourne head coach Tom Souder felt his team could play with the Walnut Ridge Scots in last Wednesday night’s matchup in the OHSAA Division I Second round matchup at Reynoldsburg Summit Campus.

Souder felt if they slowed the game down, kept the turnovers down and play good defense, they could give themselves a chance to win.

The Wolves were in the game until they started to pass over the Scots’ defense instead of under it and they only scored 11 points in the first half which led to a 43-21 defeat.

The Buckeye Muffler Player of the Game was Roy Alexander of the Scots, who  scored five of his 12 points in a 15-4 third quarter to lead second-seeded Walnut Ridge, who is 20-1 into the District semi-finals this coming Wednesday night at 6 pm. against Mount Vernon, who upset fellow OCC member Upper Arlington, 53-42 the game before the Scots and Wolves.

Kilbourne ends the season at 12-10.

The Scots also received production from Adam McCall with 8 points and Malik Dime with 6 points. They committed 9 turnovers and were 5-of-8 on free throws.

The Wolves of the Ohio Capital Conference Central Division, could never get untracked offensively and committed 16 turnovers and were 3-of-7 from the free throw line.

The only Kilbourne player who could get free offensively from the taller Scots was Connor Dahn with 10 points.


City League Boys Championship game LIVE today on our website at 12:00 noon on H.S. BOUNCE


Walnut Ridge Scots

Coming your way LIVE on our website today at 12 noon is the Columbus, Ohio City League Boys Championship game involving the Walnut Ridge Scots and the Northland Vikings.

LISTEN LIVE by clicking here.

If that fails here’s another option, go to the HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE page in the upper right hand corner, click it and scroll down to the February 18 game and click listen and the game comes up there. We’ll be on the air 10 minutes before the game with our usual information.

The South Division champion Walnut Ridge comes into the game at 18-0 and winning their second division title in a row. They want revenge after losing to Northland last year in the City title game also on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE.

The Scots are led by head coach Jason Bates and feature a tall lineup of Kai Turner, Allasane Kah, Malik Dime and Roy Alexander.

Northland Vikings

The Northland Vikings under new coach Sean Taylor continued to roll this season and are 18-1 overall on the season. The only blemish was losing to Huntington Prep of West Virginia.

The Vikings have continued to be the kingpin in the City League North, winning an incredible 87 games in a row dating to February of 2006.

Northland features three division I recruits, Jalen Robinson (Dayton), Devon Scott (Dayton) and Jordan Potts (Greensboro). But they also have Ke’Chaun Lewis, Armani Towns and a solid bench.

The game is sold out at Columbus East High School as all 1,200 seats were gone in just a few hours.

This game should be a high-scoring, slam-dunking affair!


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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Walnut Ridge runs West out of gym, 121-53

Game report from Sloan Kitteridge


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The West Cowboys have been improving as a team in the past month.

But win wins are tough to come by, they probably did not want to play the South Division’s defending champions and the City League’s only undefeated team in the Walnut Ridge Scots.

The Scots rolled to a 121-53 rout at West on Friday evening.

The game was over before the crowd could get comfortable in their seats.

Walnut Ridge, now 14-0, 10-0 in the City South, rolled up a 26-9 first quarter lead; a 61-15 halftime advantage; 85-22 at the end of three and a 36 fourth quarter ended the contest.

The Scots had a nice distribution of scoring with Roy Alexander leading the way with 17, Rob Wheelwright with 14, and Allasane Kah with 13.

The Cowboys drop to 0-16, 0-10 in the South.

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Columbus City League Boys Scoreboard


Compiled by Harold Reames


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Columbus East 55    Linden-McKinley 50

A game heard on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE, which is archived for you to listen to anytime.

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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