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Upper Arlington’s Powers selected to play in lacrosse all-star game in June


Lacrosse player on the attack (2002 photo by Daren Potts via wikipedia commons)

Upper Arlington lacrosse defender Zach Powers, has been selected to play for the North team in the Under Armour All-American Lacrosse Classic on June 30 in Towson, Maryland.

Powers, who will be playing at North Carolina next school year, was the only Ohioan chosen among the 48 players in the Classic.


Info compiled from Upper Arlington, Radio & TV news

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


Roy Alexander led Scots with 12 points (

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.


Former OSU coach Tressel may be on way to U of Akron



Just days after selling his Upper Arlington home to Columbus, Ohio car dealer, Bobby Layman, it appears that former Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel might be heading to the University of Akron.

Media reports out of Akron have stated that Tressel might be hired in an administrative position.

Jim Tressel (file photo)

Even school spokeswomen Eileen Korey said in a released statement that Tressel and the school have had discussions since December. He even helped Akron in their search for a new football coach which ultimately went to Terry Bowden.

The 59-year-old Tressel started his coaching career at Akron from 1975-1978 as a graduate assistant.

After resigning under pressure last May due to NCAA rules violations at Ohio State, Tressel spent the 2011 season in the NFL with the Indianapolis Colts.



Info compiled from staff, University of Akron, Radio & TV news

Former CBJ player Clark back with team as scout


Chris Clark with CBJ in 2010 (photo by 5of7 via wikipedia commons)

Former Columbus Blue Jackets right wing Chris Clark was very popular in his short time with the team. That might be a reason that he has been brought back in a new role with the team.

After being released from the American Hockey League team, the Providence Bruins in November, Clark had been looking to stay close to the game.

Columbus general manager Scott Howson has agreed to allow Clark to scout games for the Blue Jackets.

Clark, who played in 89 games for Columbus from 2009 to 2011, still lives in the Columbus suburb of Upper Arlington.

Clark also played for Calgary and Washington before joining Columbus.

In 607 NHL games, he scored 103 goals, assisted on 111 goals for 214 points.


Inf compiled from Columbus Blue Jackets, Radio & TV news

OWU soccer star Wall featured in this week’s Sports Illustrated


Travis Wall (courtesy of Ohio Wesleyan athletics)

Ohio Wesleyan Battling Bishops soccer player Travis Wall had quite a season in 2011.

He made All-American status along with being named the most outstanding offensive player in the NCAA Division III tournament and was selected as the NSCAA national player of the year.

The Upper Arlington native was featured in this week’s (December 26) issue of Sports Illustrated’s Faces in the Crowd section for scoring a first-half goal in OWU’s 4-0 NCAA Division III semifinal win over Montclair State and another in the championship game, a 2-1 win over Calvin College of Michigan.


Info compiled from Ohio Wesleyan news

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