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Northland Vikings head coach Sean Taylor voted AP Division I Co-coach of the year

Sean Taylor (file photo)

Northland head coach Sean Taylor, who has taken a young  Boys team with only one returning starter in Armani Towns, to a 28-0 record and the state tournament, was selected basketball co-coach of the year on the Associated Press Division I All-Ohio team this week.

Taylor, who previously coach 11 seasons at Eastmoor Academy, has a 51-2 record in just his second season coaching the Vikings after the retirement of Satch Sullinger.

He shared the state honor with Ricardo Hill of Cincinnati Walnut Hills and Toledo St. John’s Ed Heintschel.


Info compiled from Radio & TV news reports

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!


Columbus East is the home of today's title game

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: 86 wins in a row as Northland takes control early against East, 79-57

Game report from Melville Tragg


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The team known as the Columbus City League kingpin, the Northland Vikings, have stretched their now famous and unbelievable City North Division winning streak to 86 games in a row as they easily beat East, 79-57 on Tuesday night.

That streak goes back to February of 2006.

The Vikings made quick work of the Tigers, as they pushed their way to a 24-9 advantage in the first quarter.

The halftime score was 39-21.

The two, 6’8 bookend forwards led the way for Sean Taylor’s Vikings. Devon Scott scored 20 and Jalen Robinson added 19.

Torre’ Smith led East with 29 points.

Northland is 17-1, 13-0 while East falls to 7-11, 5-8.

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Northland wins 84th North Division game in a row; routs Linden 120-51

Game report from Joel Van Gundy


Northland High School (file photo)

It’s hard to believe that the Northland Vikings haven’t lost a City League North Division game since February 2006. They also haven’t lost to a South Division team since 2005.

The streak continued on Tuesday night as the Vikings entertained their fans with a 120-51 win over the Linden-McKinley Panthers.

The usual players led the way, Jordan Potts scored 25 with Jalen Robinson adding 20 and Devon Scott chipped in with 14.

Add in Ke’chaun Lewis’ 20 points and it shows that Sean Taylor’s team is more than just the three beforementioned seniors.

The Vikings are 14-1 overall, 11-0 in the North Division and seems headed for another City League championship game.

The game was a rout from the beginning as the Vikings led 28-16 at the end of the first quarter and 58-31 at the half. The lead grew to 85-43 after 3 quarters and the Vikings coasted home to the win.

Patrick Ngene-Igwe led the Panthers with 16 points as the team falls to 3-13, 0-8 in the North Division.

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: 83 straight City North wins as Northland simply outruns Centennial, 97-60

Game report from Joe Wagner


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The Centennial Stars under head coach Roosevelt Osborne is one of the top teams in the Columbus City League and in the area.

But when you play Northland, a team has to be perfect in all phases of basketball or they will get run out of the gym.

On Friday night in Centennial’s gym, the Vikings let their run-and-gun show go full tilt and ran the Stars out of their own gym, 97-60 in the City North Division.

Unbelievably, Northland has won 83 straight North Division games dating back to February of 2006.

Led by the Dayton Flyers recruits, Jalen Robinson and Devon Scott, the Vikings ran off to a 25-5 start in the opening period highlighted by eight dunk shots.

This Northland team at 13-1 overall, 10-0 in the City North is a different team under new coach Sean Taylor. The former Eastmoor Academy coach style of play has half-court pressure looking to get turnovers with Robinson and Scott playing the middle on passes that lead to fast breaks.

Robinson led the way with 28 points, nine rebounds; Jordan Potts scored 25 points and handed out five assists and Scott added 21 points and pulled down 12 boards.

Centennial at 10-4, 7-3 simply does not matchup with Northland at all. The Stars, one of the top teams in Division II, had several players out of practice and games during the past week with illnesses and injuries.

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