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Columbus, Ohio native Weakley named Texas A&M International University basketball coach

 

Bryan Weakley (courtesy of Alaska-Anchorage athletics)

Bryan Weakley, a graduate of Worthington Christian has been named head coach of the Texas A&M International basketball team.

He had been an associate head coach the past three seasons.

Weakley was an all-state player while at Worthington Christian High School.

Weakley was an NAIA All-American and  two-time team captain at Biola University, when the Eagles made four straight NAIA national tournaments, including a 2000 Final Four appearance, and went 109-27 from 1998-2002. He scored 1,322 career points and graduated as BU’s all-time leader three-point goals made with 236. Bryan earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education in 2002, with a minor in Biblical studies.

He has coaching experience with Middlesex University in England, London Towers of the British Basketball League and the University of Alaska-Anchorage.

Texas A&M International University, is a public, co-ed, state-supported school located in Loredo, Texas. Established in 1969, the school has 6,853 students.

TAMIU’s sports teams are known as the Dustdevils and compete in the Heartland Conference. They became active members of NCAA Division II on September 1, 2008. As an active member, TAMIU is eligible for conference championships and NCAA tournament berths.

TAMIU participates in the following sports:

  • Baseball
  • Men’s Basketball (2010 Heartland Conference Tournament Championship)
  • Women’s Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Men’s Golf
  • Women’s Golf
  • Men’s Soccer (2003 Red River Athletic Conference Champions, 2010 Heartland Conference Title)
  • Women’s Soccer
  • Women’s Volleyball (2002 West Division Athletics Conference Champions)
  • Softball (2010 Heartland Conference Tournament Championship)

 

Info compiled from Texas A&M International University, Biola University, University of Alaska-Anchorage & Wikipedia

COLUMBUS AREA BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD

Dublin Scioto is too much for Linden, 69-45

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Watterson dumps Bexley, 52-33

Ready knocks off Wellington, 58-46

Horizon Science by 30 over Northside Christian, 79-49

Cleveland JFK in overtime, defeats Harvest Prep, 74-69

Licking Heights 57 Worthington Christian 42

SWIFT TAX SERVICES/megasportsnews.com High School Bounce: Columbus Academy overpowers Hebron Lakewood in Mid-State League action

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Megasportsnews.com broadcasted its second high school basketball game of the season Saturday night as Hebron Lakewood was taking on Columbus Academy in Gahanna, Ohio.

The two schools, members of the Mid-State League Ohio Division, which also includes: Bexley, Granville, Heath, Licking Valley, Newark Catholic and Whitehall.

The Lancers of Lakewood came into the game having a miserable season at 0-9 overall, 0-5 in the league.

The Columbus Academy Vikings hit the hardwood with a 6-3 record, 2-2 in the league.

From the outset of the game, Academy dominated all aspects in route to a 66-50 win.

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Academy jumped out quickly at 11-0 when Lakewood took a timeout at 4:36 of the first quarter. The quarter finally ended with the Vikings up 19-7, forcing the Lancers into 10 turnovers in the first quarter using a full court press mixed in with various zone defenses.

Getting off to a bad start was not the only bad omen for the Lancers, their top player Ross Watts, got into early foul trouble and never scored a point and only took two shots the entire game.

Columbus Academy cruised from their, leading 32-17 at the half, 58-33 at the end the three and the final of 66-50.

The Vikings defensively forced 19 turnovers and only committed 10 themselves. They clearly had a height advantage and played at a quicker pace which affected the smaller Lancers.

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Academy had balanced scoring in the victory.

Daniel Aronowitz scored 15 points to lead the way. Zach Ratcliff, who was the ohcsports.com Player of the Game for Academy had 14 points. Austin Peterman added 11 and Tim Eldridge chipped in with 10.

The Lakewood Lancers were led by reserve forward/center Joe Cramer, who was selected as their ohcsports.com Player of the Game. Brandon Haggerty added 13 and Austen Morgan scored 12.

LAKEWOOD LANCERS GAME NOTES

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* Hebron, Ohio is located in Licking County.

* The Lancers are 0-10 overall, 0-6 in the MSL Ohio.

* The Lancers have lost to Whitehall, Watkins Memorial, Granville, Newark Catholic, Sheridan, Licking Heights, Utica, Heath, Bexley and now to Columbus Academy.

* This week, they’ll play At Johnstown, Licking Valley and At Whitehall.

COLUMBUS ACADEMY VIKINGS NOTES

* The Vikings have beaten: Wellington, Ready, Newark Catholic, Northridge, Granville, Licking Valley and now Lakewood.

* The Vikings have lost to Heath 59-56, Whitehall 61-55 and Worthington Christian 54-47.

* The Vikings are 7-3, 3-2 in the MSL Ohio.

*This week Academy plays At Johnstown, Licking Valley and At Whitehall.

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Worthington Christian Schools will have football in 2012

(Clipart by gloryman and Clker.com)

Worthington Christian recently announced they have plans to put together a football program in 2012.

The school will have a middle school team in 2012, the junior varsity will field a team in 2013 and the varsity takes the field in 2014.

The school is anticipating increased student enrollment and funding as a result of having a football team.

The Columbus Crusaders, a team of players from schools not participating in football, including Worthington Christian, will continue to operate as a separate club program.

Info courtesy of Worthington Christian schools