The Athens Bulldogs continue their playoff run tomorrow night as they take on top seeded Dayton Thurgood Marshall in the regional final. The Bulldogs are coming off an incredible come from behind win over Shawnee last week and will face their toughest test yet. The Cougars feature three running backs who have rushed for over a thousand yards in a high scoring wing T offense. The Bulldogs and Cougars clash tomorrow night at Reynoldsburg High School. The game can be heard on Power 105 and 970 WATH with pregame at 6:45 and kickoff at 7.
Ohio Bobcats basketball returns to action tonight as they host UNC-Wilmington. The Bobcats are coming off of a blowout win over Portland in the opener and will look to continue a solid start to the season. The Bobcats will likely be without forward T.J. Hall for the game with a knee injury and guard Walter Offutt is a game time decision with an ankle injury. The Bobcats and Seahawks battle tonight on Power 105. Pre game coverage starts at 6:30 with tip off at 7.
In other Ohio athletic news, Bobcats volleyball sophomore Kelly Lamberti was named the MAC Player of the Year yesterday. She was also named First Team All-MAC after leading the Cats in kills, attacks and service aces. Ohio received three spots on the first Team All-Mac as freshman Meredith Ashy and sophomore Chelsea Bilger were named first team as well. Ohio volleyball has already claimed the MAC regular season title and will be the top seed in the MAC tournament that starts today in Geneva, OH with the Cats taking on Ball State at 4:30.
In NCAA Top 25 basketball last night, #1 Indiana dominated Sam Houston State, 99-45. #2 Louisville handled Samford, 80-54. #6 NC State topped Penn State, 72-55. #7 Kansas toppled Chattanooga, 69-55 and #16 Baylor outlasted Boston College, 84-74.
Major League Baseball announced their MVP’s last night, giving the AL award to Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera and the NL to Giants catcher Buster Posey. Cabrera won in a landslide over rookie Mike Trout after capturing the league’s first triple crown in 45 years. Cabrera received 22-of-28 first-place votes. Posey captured 27-of-32 first place votes after hitting .336 with 24 homers and 103 RBIs. The top Red receiving votes was Jay Bruce, who came in at tenth in MVP voting.
In NFL action last night, Buffalo bested Miami, 19-14.
A report surfaced yesterday saying that NHL commissioner Gary Bettman suggested to Players’ Association executive director Donald Fehr that the two sides should take a two week break on negotiations. Fehr will likely respond by today, but it is believed that he would rather meet than not. Reports surfaced yesterday that the next round of cancellations for the NHL could be coming soon.
On your radio dial tonight, it’s the Sports Fan presented by J&K Contracting. That’s on 970 WATH and it’s from 6:06 to 7.
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