Posted On: 12/21/19 11:06 PM

The majority of Central Ohio Division I regional championship contenders were on display at the second annual Capital City Coaches for a Cure Classic. Plus Centerville, Springfield, and St. Edward made the trip to Capital University for a trio of intriguing non-conference matchups.

In this piece, we will hit on the most valuable player from each team. Be sure to check out the game snippets for context, as stats and evaluations are always influenced by how the game was played. 

Columbus South over Johnstown, 65-42
The first half was an exercise in patience for South, who showed the ability to stay calm against zone. After the break, they forced Johnstown to play their pace which is when the game got out of hand. South held a notable athleticism advantage.

Marcus Johnson (2020) | 6-3 SF | Columbus South
stats: 10 points, 2 rebounds, 7 assists

Johnson has a long-standing reputation as an elite defender and athlete. He has needed to improve as a shooter, though. Well. Johnson’s jumper looked fantastic. He hit catch-and-shoot from distance while converting pull-ups with and without contest. Showed good touch in

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