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Eastmoor Academy makes quick work of Licking Valley on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE

Eastmoor Academy head coach James Miranda is an imposing figure on the sidelines

The basketball season came to an end earlier then the Licking Valley Panthers may have wanted on last Saturday when they traveled to Eastmoor Academy for the first round of the OHSAA Boys state basketball tournament. Eastmoor dominated the game from start to finish as the Warriors try to make a run at a sectional championship.

The game started with a 9-0 run by Eastmoor. The Warriors hadn’t played a game in 10 days since defeating Beechcroft, so they did not shoot well from the field early. But Eastmoor took the early lead because of their tough defense with a full court press and by using their speed to get out in transition and run past Licking Valley. The Panthers did not score their first basket until there was 1:04 left to play in the first quarter.

John Draper (5) of Eastmoor Academy is the team's leader


Eastmoor caught fire offensively in the second quarter scoring 29 points. The team used their quickness to force turnovers and to create fast break opportunities. Licking Valley struggled to get the ball across half court at some points and that’s when Eastmoor began to run away with the game.

The second half was more of the same game as Eastmoor dominated to win the game 65-31.

Eastmoor Academy's biggest asset is a very deep bench

Jahmal Hughes (24) is a star on the rise for Eastmoor Academy



COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Draper’s hot 3rd quarter leads Eastmoor to win at South, 62-52

Eastmoor point guard John Draper (foreground) ( photo)

Senior guard John Draper showed his leadership Friday night, scoring 12 points in in the game-clinching third quarter to lead Eastmoor Academy to a road win over City League South Division rival South, 62-52.

Both the Warriors and Bulldogs are 7-4 on the season, but are going in opposite directions in the standings. Eastmoor is 5-1 in keeping pace with division leader Africentric, while South drops to 2-4.

Jahmal Hughes led the fourth quarter scoring for Eastmoor Academy with 12 of his 21 total.

Ellis Williams led the Bulldogs with 14 points.

The Warriors outscored South in the second half, 39-27.



COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE FOOTBALL: St. Charles rallies for win at Eastmoor Academy, 27-23



The St. Charles Cardinals used the old fake field goal play for a come-from-behind win at Eastmoor Academy.

Graham Plageman found Sean Hennessy open for a touchdown pass of 34 yards off the fake field goal with 1:30 left in the game for a 27-23 win.

Both teams left the game at 1-1 for the season.

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The Cardinals were trailing 16-6 at the start of the fourth quarter but got back into the game as Jonathan Radney and Ryan Bailey scored on runs of 42 and 11 yards to give their team a chance at the win.

Warriors quarterback Daivon Barrow led the way with two touchdowns and 115 yards rushing.



Springfield Northwestern football coach Stevens resigns


(Courtesy of Al Anderson)

Springfield Northwestern High School in Springfield, Ohio is a tough place for a football coach to stay.

The Warriors have had just one winning season since the 1980′s, going 6-4 in 2006. They have not won a league title since 1967, and have never played in the OHSAA playoffs.

Athletic Director Jeff Hobby is looking for a new head football coach.

Brian Stevens, the head coach the past three seasons, has resigned.

Stevens had a record of 5-25 at Northwestern, which sits on State Route 41 just Northwest of Springfield.

The Warriors improved quite a bit under Stevens’ guidance but it did not add wins to show the actual progress.

Northwestern went 2-8 in both 2009 and 2010 and 1-9 in 2011.

Stevens, who plans on spending more time with his wife and two children, did not rule out coaching in 2012.


Info compiled from staff, Radio & News reports

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Eastmoor Academy dumps Linden in Division II action

Game report from Greg Flory


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The Eastmoor Warriors proved to be too much for the Linden McKinley Panthers on Monday night, 55-31.

The Warriors from the City South Division just had too much height, depth and experience on the Panthers of Linden McKinley.

Eastmoor Academy led 10-6 at the end of the first quarter.

But the game was won in the second quarter as they led 24-8 at the half as Linden was held to two points in 8:00 minutes.

Bryan Booker scored 16 points and pulled down eight rebounds. DeShawn Marshall scored 15 points as the Warriors improved to 14-7.

Linden, a member of the City North Division, who ends the season at 3-17 were led by Dwight Edwards with nine points.

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