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OHSAA Boys Tournament: Reynoldsburg holds off Worthington Kilbourne in OT, 43-37

(courtesy of Reynoldsburg)

The Worthington Kilbourne Wolves have always given teams a run for their money in the OHSAA Boys Basketball Tournament over the years.

Wednesday night was no exception as the Wolves took one of the areas top teams, the Reynoldsburg Raiders into overtime before dropping a 43-37 decision.

Lloyd Chatman led the way in overtime for the Raiders (19-5), scoring seven points.

Wendell Davis, the leading scorer for Reynoldsburg, scored 13 points.

Worthington Kilbourne ends the season at 9-14.



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.


Cavaliers add Sessions and Hollins; rid themselves of troubled West


The Cleveland Cavaliers made a multi-player trade with the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday, trading away troubled guard Delonte West and seldom-used point guard Sebastian Telfair to the Minnesota Timberwolves for point guard Ramon Sessions, 7-footer Ryan Hollins and a future second-round pick.

Ramon Sessions (nba)

Ryan Hollins (nba)

Sessions is a quick, pick-and-roll specialist who spent last season backing up rookie Jonny Flynn on the Wolves.

Sessions averaged 8.2 points on 45.6 percent shooting with 3.1 assists in a career-low 21.1 minutes per game last season. He signed a four-year, $16 million deal to join Minnesota before last season. The South Carolina native is a very close friend of Cavaliers guard Mo Williams from their days with the Milwaukee Bucks.

Hollins, who is 25-years-old, is a super-athletic, very raw, forward-center, almost like J.J. Hickson was when he came out of college. He averaged 6.1 points and 2.8 rebounds last year for the T-Wolves.

Cleveland did all they could to work with and help keep Delonte West out of trouble, but he was always having off-the-court issues.

West pleaded guilty in Maryland earlier this month to weapons charges. He was sentenced to eight months of home detention with electronic monitoring, two years of unsupervised probation, 40 hours of community service and  psychological counseling.

His sentencing would allow West to attend practices and travel to NBA games as his team’s schedule requires. The NBA is reviewing the case for possible league discipline.

West averaged 8.8 points and 3.3. assists in 25 minutes per game.

compiled from staff, wire, NBA, Cleveland Cavaliers and Minnesota Timberwolves news