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HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE has 4 games today live on our website;the Jump25.com All-Star Classic

 

Former Ohio State basketball players William Buford and Samantha Prahalis will be the headline stars for the fourth annual Jump25.com All-Star Classic on today, April 14 at Ohio Dominican University’s Alumni Hall.

The classic will feature area high school and Ohio college seniors.

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The girls high school game starts at 12 noon, with the women’s college game at 1:30 p.m., the boys high school game takes place at 3 p.m. and the men’s college game at 5:00 p.m.

All four games can be heard LIVE on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE as we wrap up the basketball season.

The 12 noon and 1:30 pm games can be heard by clicking here LISTEN.

The 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm games can be heard by clicking here LISTEN.

If for some reason, these two links don’t work, simply go to the HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE page and scroll down to today’s scheduled games and click LISTEN.

There is a Jump25.com Hall of Fame ceremony at 4:30 p.m. with the inductees being James “Scoonie” Penn, Gene Millard, Katie Smith, Damon Goodwin, Brad Sellers, Chris Jent, Lawrence Funderburke, Esteban Weaver, Darryl LeVert and Sharon Curd-Watson.

William Buford (courtesy of Ohio State athletics)

Samantha Prahalis (courtesy of Ohio State athletics)

Admission is $5.

The games are brought to you in part by SWIFT TAX SERVICES.

Buford, Prahalis headline Jump25.com All-Star games at Ohio Dominican Saturday

 

Ohio Dominican Alumni Gym (courtesy of ODU athletics)

Former Ohio State basketball players William Buford and Samantha Prahalis will be the headline stars for the fourth annual Jump25.com All-Star Classic on Saturday, April 14 at Ohio Dominican University’s Alumni Hall.

The classic will feature area high school and Ohio college seniors.

The girls high school game starts at 12 noon, with the women’s college game at 1:30 p.m., the boys high school game takes place at 3 p.m. and the men’s college game at 5:00 p.m.

There is a Jump25.com Hall of Fame ceremony at 4:30 p.m. with the inductees being James “Scoonie” Penn, Gene Millard, Katie Smith, Damon Goodwin, Brad Sellers, Chris Jent, Lawrence Funderburke, Esteban Weaver, Darryl LeVert and Sharon Curd-Watson.

Admission is $5.

Johnny Clark, creator of the Jump25.com All-Star Classic (courtesy of Jump25.com)

 

Info courtesy of Jump25.com

#13 Indiana rallies to upset #2 Ohio State 74-70

 

Victor Oladipo (courtesy of Indiana athletics)

Sophomore Victor Oladipo scored the go-ahead bucket with 36 seconds to go Saturday afternoon as #13 Indiana beat #2 Ohio State 74-70 at Bloomington.

Jordan Hullis scored 17 points to the lead the Hoosiers in scoring.

The teams traded baskets and leads throughout the final eight minutes, but it was Oladipo, a native of Upper Marlboro, Maryland, who sealed the game with a layup that put Indiana up 71-70. Hullis then converted on 1 of 2 free throws to make it 72-70.

Then Ohio State’s William Buford missed a go-ahead three-point shot with 4.5 seconds to go. OSU fouled Christian Watford put the game to rest with a pair of free throws.

Improving Indiana is 13-1, 1-1 in the Big Ten, is the ninth team to defeat both a number-1 ranked team and a #2 ranked team in the same season since 1996-97. The Hoosiers are only the third team to beat both teams in the same month.

OSU, who drops to 13-2, 1-1 in the Big Ten saw its five-game winning streak stopped. The Buckeyes were led by Aaron Craft with 16 points and Jared Sullinger with 15.

 

Info compiled from Indiana University & Ohio State University game notes

Ohio State wakes up, then blasts Valparaiso, 80-47

 

William Buford (courtesy of OSU athletics)

Number-3 Ohio State started off slow in the first half, but got things together in the second half en routing Valparaiso of the Horizon League, 80-47.

William Buford heated up in the final half, scoring 17 of his 25 points as the Buckeyes moved to 6-0 on Friday night.

Aaron Craft chipped in with 15 points and eight assists; Jared Sullinger scored 14 points and hauled down 13 rebounds and Deshaun Thomas contributed 12 points.

OSU has now won 28 straight games at Value City Arena, which matches the third-longest home streak in the school’s basketball history.

Jay Harris led the Crusaders, now 5-2, with 18 points.

Up next for the Buckeyes is a visit from the Duke Blue Devils and coach Mike Krzyzewski in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge and the arena will be sold out. Game time is 9:30 p.m.

 

Info compiled from OSU athletics

Wright State loses opener at Ohio State

 

The Wright State men’s basketball team dropped its season opener to #3 Ohio State 73-42 in Columbus Friday night as part of the Global Sports Shootout.

The Buckeyes held the lead throughout the first half, but the Raiders hung close and only trailed 19-14 following a John Balwigaire three at the 8:26 mark.  OSU, however, closed the period with a 15-6 run, eight of those coming from Jared Sullinger, to go up 34-20 at the break.

Wright State shot 41 percent in the opening 20 minutes compared to 40 percent for Ohio State, but the Raiders attempted just 17 shots and were two of four at the foul line while the Buckeyes were 16 of 21 at the stripe.

A.J. Pacher (courtesy of WSU athletics)

Ohio State then opened the second half with a 10-0 run and gradually pulled away from there as the Buckeyes shot 45 percent overall compared to just 32 percent for WSU as the Raiders hit only six of 24 shots the final 20 minutes.    OSU led 26-8 in points in the paint and 20-7 in points off of turnovers.

AJ Pacher paced Wright State with 13 points while Reggie Arceneaux, in his Raider debut, added 11.

Sullinger led all scorers with 19 for Ohio State while William Buford had 13 and Aaron Craft 10.

 

Info courtesy of Wright State Raiders athletics

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