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CITY LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Much-improved South finally beats Walnut Ridge in South Division play, 60-50

Aaron Mullins and South now a contender in the City League South Division (Chris Leaper photo)

The South Bulldogs would love to be champions of the City League division that bears its name.

The Bulldogs, under head coach Ramon Spears, a former assistant of the Bates brothers Michael at Africentric and Jason at Walnut Ridge, have made strides in just three years.

South has gone from one win all the way to 13 wins and currently third in the City South behind Eastmoor Academy and Africentric after Friday night’s 60-50 win over Walnut Ridge.

The key to the game was the Scots only scoring five points in the second quarter. Single-digit quarters have hampered the Scots all year.

Christopher Byrd and Aaron Mullins led the Bulldogs with 14 and 12 points respectively.

Rob Wheelwright led the Scots with 15.

South is 13-5, 7-5 while the Scots drop to 10-8, 6-6 good for fifth place in a division that they’ve dominated the past two years.

 

GAME REPORT FROM SHANE ANDERSON

COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE FOOTBALL: East shuts down South Bulldogs, 6-0

GAME REPORT FROM SHERRY TOMPKINS

 

The East High Tigers, looking to improve upon their record of 1-9 from 2011, has surpassed that record this season.

The Tigers under Lewis Carter, are 2-0 on the season after beating the South Bulldogs, 6-0. The only score of the game came on a 4-yard run by Joe Good in the 3rd quarter.

(file photo)

Then, the defense led by DB Enous McGee, LB Shafiq McDowell, MLB Nate Burkes, DB Good, Athlete Zay’on Mock held off the speedy Bulldogs from getting near the end zone.

HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE: East hangs on to beat South, 63-59 in City League crossover game

 

In our Tuesday night edition of HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE, we had a City League crossover game between, the South Bulldogs of the South Division at the East Tigers of the North Division.

The Tigers held on with a 63-59 escape over South.

Darius White scored 21 points to lead the way followed by James Davis with 18 as host East improves to 8-12 on the season.

South drops to 6-14 on the season. Quite an improvement in 2012. Last year at this time the Bulldogs were winless heading into the OHSAA playoffs. Ramon Spears, their head coach is doing a solid job.

The game marked Senior night for the East team. The home crowd honored the four-year players with a thanks for the memories reflection with the program. Leaving after the season will be Torre’ Smith, White, David Dorsey and Hasan Strothers-Harris.

The visiting Bulldogs started slowly, while the Tigers led 17-10 after one quarter, with White leading the way with seven points.

One of the reasons that East controlled the first half of play and led at the half, 30-22, was that they held South center, 6’8 Ellis Williams scoreless and he had to leave the game early with two quick fouls. With Williams out of the game, Davis scored six points in the second quarter.

The pace of the game picked up in the 3rd quarter as South got Williams back in the game and involved in the offense with eight points, but they trailed by 14 at 42-28. But South cut the lead down to only 4 points with a 14-4 run to end the third quarter trailing 46-42.

In the fourth quarter, the Bulldogs took control and led by four at 55-51 on two Deone Lindsay free throws with 3:24 to go in regulation.

From that point on the East Tigers used their press and drives to the basket to get fouled and won the game at the free throw line.

The Buckeye Muffler & Brake Shop Player of the Game was East High senior White.

An interesting twist to this game is that both schools are in Division II and in the upcoming OHSAA tournament, the two teams will play each other at Dublin Scioto on Wednesday, February 22 at 7:45 pm.

 

Photos are from megasportsnews.com files

 

HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE Tonight on the website at 7 p.m. has South hosting Independence

 

With tonight’s broadcast of HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE, we have broadcasted every school in the Columbus City League South Division as the South Bulldogs hit the airwaves hosting the Independence 76ers at 7:00 p.m. LISTEN LIVE by clicking here.

If that fails, go to the HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE page in the upper right hand corner, click it and scroll down to the February 4 game and click listen and the game comes up there. The game will be archived forever on that page to listen to anytime.

The pre-game show comes your way 20:00 ahead with Coach’s Corner with South head coach Ramon Spears and a feature on his two best players, sophomore point guard Aaron Mullins and junior center Ellis Williams.

The Bulldogs are making progress under Spears, a former assistant coach assistant coach at Walnut Ridge. They’ve gone from one win last year to five this year and could have at least four other wins. They’re 5-10, 1-10 in the South.

The 76ers are 4-12, 4-8 and are led by Terry Hopewell, Charles Sheard, Chris Johnson and Thomas Williams.

Both teams have some young talent and are looking to make a move upward in the future in the South Division.

The game is brought to you by Swift Tax Services.

 

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: City League Boys Basketball Scoreboard

Report from Theo DeCorpo

 

In a game heard on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE, Brookhaven continues to play well, as they beat Beechcroft, 94-73. Khalid King scored a career-high 31 points. The Buckeye Muffler & Brake Shop Player of the Game was Randall Clarkson with 15 points.

Beechcroft was led by their number-1 scorer Khaleed Franklin who had 26 points.

The broadcast over the internet had connection problems. You can hear the entire recorded game if you visit our SPECIAL SPORTS BROADCAST PAGE at the top of the megasportsnews.com website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Centennial Stars visited Whetstone on Tuesday night and took control in the first quarter at 22-8 and at halftime, 40-20 and rolled to a 74-60 win over the Braves.

Jeremy Browning led the way with a 19-point game, followed by Keenan Smith with 18.

Whetstone was led by Claude Bogan with 18 points.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gene Caslin’s Mifflin Punchers started out quick against the East Tigers with a 19-6 first quarter and a 35-12 halftime advantage en route to a comfortable 63-43 win.

Mifflin was led by J Murrell with 17.

East was led by Torre’ Smith with 21 points.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michael Bates and the Africentric Nubians continued their fine season with a 91-66 win over the winless West Cowboys on the road.

The Nubians are 14-2 overall, 10-1 in the City South Divisiom.

The first quarter was tight as Africentric led just 27-21. They pushed ahead with breathing room at halftime with a lead of 49-33 and stayed in control the rest of the way.

The Nubians put three players in double figures: Fuquan Tucker led the way with 20, Kenny Robinson had 16 and Hosie Smith added 14.

West, who is having a horrible season at 0-17, 0-11, but has a young team, was led by Dasean Johnson with 13 points and Quantrell Huff scored 12.

 

 

 

The Independence 76ers are improving as the season moves along.

They won their fourth game on Tuesday, edging out visiting Briggs, 63-61 in a South Division game.

The game was tight through as Briggs led 19-14 at the end of the opening quarter; 38-30 at the half.

But the 76ers fought their way back into the game at the end of three quarters at 52-50 and in the fourth quarter, took control of the game with a 13-9 advantage.

The Bruins were led by Dewey Rice with 15 points and Charles Westbrook with 10.

The 76ers are 4-12, 4-8. Briggs is now at .500 at 8-8, 5-6.

 

 

 

 

Scott Williams’ Marion-Franklin Red Devils was just too much for the South Bulldogs, winning 72-39.

With home win, the Red Devils are 8-7, 7-4 in the South Division.

Marion-Franklin took control in the first quarter at 16-7 and 38-17 at the half and from there it was just a matter of what the final score would be.

Dresean Mathis led the winners with 17 points, Marquiez Lawrence scored 15 and Tony Anderson added 12.

South, who is coached former Walnut Ridge assistant Ramon Spears, drops to 5-10 overall, 1-10 in the South.

The Bulldogs received 11 points from Aaron Mullins and 9 from Oumar Diop.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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