Posted On: 02/11/18 12:12 PM
Solon looks poised for the no. 1 spot in Division I as Springfield upset Wayne, Garfield Heights is back, and Deer Park remains undefeated after late-game heroics from a impact transfer. All that and more in week 11!
Sincere Carry (27) and Trent Williams (26) combined for 53 points as Solon buried Brunwick in the fourth quarter. Brunswick junior Kyle Goessler dropped 22 against the state’s no. 2 team in Division I.
A 31-point night by senior point guard Sincere Carry led Solon to their second signature win in as many days.
Unsigned guard Houston King led the Titans with 14 points in their conference victory over Whitmer, per SJJ Titan Radio. After week 11, St. John’s has a 15-0 record against Ohio opponents. https://twitter.com/SJJRadio
Julius Brown, an unsigned point guard, continued his breakout senior season with a 30 ball in Westerville North’s best win of the season. Only three players scored more than five points for Coffman, per 270 Hoops.
Week 11 may have secured UA’s spot as the no. 1 seed in the Central Ohio Division I Region. Notre Dame signee Dane Goodwin poured in 30 points in the win, per 270 Hoops.
Transfer and D-I prospect Damani Mcentire pushed the game into overtime on a last second shot in regulation. Deer Park would win the overtime 5-3 to move to 19-0 on the season, per the Cincinnati Hills League website.
Springfield notched a much needed signature win late in the season over an undefeated Wayne team.
With Wayne’s first loss of the season, expect undefeated Solon to be named the state’s #1 team in Division I by the AP Poll tomorrow.
Five St. Edward players scored in double digits to lead them to their second rivalry win over Ignatius this season, per Cleveland.com.
After a tough January, Garfield Heights is officially back on track with a statement victory over CCC. In their fourth consecutive win, Donovan Forte led the way with 17 points, per Cleveland.com.
Lake Catholic dropped their fourth game of the last six while VASJ, the reigning Division III State Champs, is trending in the right direction.
Anna completed a season sweep over Fort Loramie, the Redskins only two losses of the season. Bart Bixlerper the Sidney Daily News. led Anna’s balanced effort over Loramie,