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OHSAA Boys Tournament: Walnut Ridge wins at Westerville South, 46-39

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The Walnut Ridge Scots went into a tough environment at Westerville South and came away with a 46-39 win.

In a low-scoring contest, the Scots lead 18-17 at the half.

Walnut Ridge took control in the third and fourth quarters scoring 11 and 17 points respectively.

The Scots (13-8) were led by Rob Wheelwright with 16 points and Dymiere Finch with 14 points.

The Wildcats end the season at 16-8.

Villanova’s Wayns leaving for the NBA


Villanova junior guard Maalik Wayns will forego his final season of eligibility and remain in the pool of candidates for the 2012 National Basketball Association Draft.

Maalik Wayns (courtesy of Villanova athletics)


Wayns was recruited to Villanova from  Roman Catholic High School in Philadelphia and in three seasons scored 1,191 points in 95 games. His 39-point game at Cincinnati on Jan. 14 was the highest single game point total recorded this season by a BIG EAST player and the 6-2 guard was named second team All-BIG EAST in voting by the conference’s coaches.

Wayns averaged 17.6 points per game for head coach Jay Wright’s Wildcats.


Info compiled from Villanova athletics, Radio & TV news


Carmody staying at Northwestern


(courtesy of Northwestern athletics via wikipedia commons)

There has been quite a stir around the Chicago suburb of Evanston on whether Bill Carmody should keep his job at Northwestern despite not making the NCAA tournament for yet, another year.

After all, he has led the Wildcats in the past three seasons to records of 17-14, 20-14 and 20-14 and three straight trips to the NIT.

School administration seems to be happy with his job performance, because he is returning for his 13th season as head men’s basketball coach.

Carmody, a Pete Carril disciple, has a 179-191 record with the Wildcats and have brought national attention to the program with upset wins and the team’s competitive nature of playing better teams very tough with close games.


Info compiled from Radio, TV & Internet news

Cincinnati beats Villanova; gains first, second round bye in Big East tourney


Yancy Gates (photo by BH photography courtesy UC athletics)

With its 72-68 win over the weekend over Villanova, the Cincinnati Bearcats clinched one of four double-byes in this week’s Big East conference tournament at Madison Square Garden in New York.

The Bearcats next game will be on Thursday.

Yancy Gates scored 16 points and Dion Dixon 14 to lead the UC attack.

During the game, Gates became the seventh player in UC history to reach 1,400 career points and 850 career rebounds.

UC improves to 22-9, 12-6 in the conference, while the Wildcats drop to 12-18, 5-13.


Info compiled from UC athletics

The Griffey legacy continues with Trey playing college football


Ken Griffey Jr's son Trey heading to play for the Arizona Wildcats (photo by Rdikeman via wikipedia commons)

Everybody knows that the baseball Griffeys, Ken Sr. and Ken Jr. were great players.

Well, fans of that family probably was wondering if there was another on the way to pro baseball.

No, but there is one who could be headed to the NFL but first, he’ll play at the University of Arizona.

Trey Griffey, grandson of Ken Sr. and son of Ken Jr. has made an oral commitment to play football for the Wildcats.

Being selecting to play in Tucson, Trey was recruited by Arizona State, Iowa State, Michigan State and Washington State.

Last season for Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, Florida, Trey caught 74 passes for 970 yards and as a wide receiver.

Just like his dad, he is tall at 6’2 and weighs 190 pounds.


Info compiled from staff, Radio & Recruiting news

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