The AP and the OHSAA released the OHSAA All-Southeast District Teams yesterday. In Division 2, Athens head coach Jeff Skinner was named co-coach of the year with Blaine Maddox of Warren. Joey Burrow of Athens was named first team, Ibi Watson was placed on the second team and Jared Elmore received honorable mention. In Division 3, Shawn Parsons of Federal Hocking and Marc Carter of Nelsonville-York were named to the second team. Braden Jones of Alexander and Kalieb Sheets of Meigs were named to the third team and Colt Adams of Nelsonville-York was given honorable mention. In Division 4, Jacob Kish of Trimble was named to the third team and Konner Standley of the Tomcats was given honorable mention. In girls Division 2, Athens head coach Wayne Horsley was named co-coach of the year. Athens’ Dominique Doseck was named to the first team, Emma Stanley to the second team and Elyse Lutz and Olivia Harris were given honorable mention. In Division 3, Madison Davis of Nelsonville-York was given second team, Kaylee Koker of Alexander was placed on the third team. In Division four, Cheyenne Singer of Federal Hocking and Demi Moore of Trimble were placed on the third team. Tonight on Power 105 and 970 WATH, Athens battles Miami Trace for a District Title at the Convo with pre game at 6 and tip off at 6:15.
The Ohio Lady Bobcats fell to Miami on senior night yesterday, 66-61. After a back and forth first half, Miami led by eight with six minutes left in the game. However, Ohio would go on a 10-3 run to tie the game with a minute left. But Miami would hit a clutch three with 43 seconds left and pull away with late free throws. The Lady Cats were led Shavon Robinson with 16 points. The Ohio women will be the 11 seed in the MAC tournament beginning Saturday as the Lady Cats travel to Miami at 2.
Ohio baseball fell to High Point yesterday, 4-1. The Panthers jumped out to a 3-0 lead after two innings and never looked back. Ohio’s only run on the day came on a Jake Madsen sacrifice fly. Ohio will now battle Oakland in the home opener on Friday at 4.
In NCAA basketball Top 25 action last night, Georgia Tech upset #6 Miami, 71-69. Villanova knocked off #5 Georgetown, 67-57. #7 Michigan outlasted Purdue, 80-75. #11 Florida dominated Vanderbilt, 66-40. Iowa State topped #13 Oklahoma State, 87-76. #17 Syracuse handled Depaul, 78-57. Washington State knocked off #23 UCLA, 73-61 and Xavier upset #16 Saint Louis, 77-66 in overtime.
The Cleveland Cavaliers ousted the Utah Jazz last night, 104-101. The Cavs trailed by eight late in the game, but would go on a 12-1 run to finish the game led by Kyrie Irving’s 20 fourth quarter points. The Cavs will now host Memphis at 7:30 on Friday.
Elsewhere in the NBA, Toronto handled Phoenix, 98-71. San Antonio blasted Chicago, 101-83. Dallas clipped Houston, 112-108. Minnesota topped Washington, 87-82. The LA Lakers outlasted New Orleans, 108-102. Memphis bested Portland, 91-85. New York ousted Detroit, 87-77. Miami snuck past Orlando, 97-96. Atlanta defeated Philadelphia, 107-96 and Boston edged Indiana, 83-81.
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