Dublin Sports News
Monday Mar 23 | via The Columbus Dispatch
Jamie Pearson, who led Dublin Jerome to just its second winning season in the school's 11-year history, was named co-coach of the year on the Associated Press Division I all-Ohio boys basketball team on Monday. Pearson took a team that went 10-13 last season to a 24-3 mark and a district championship. Comment?
Thursday Mar 19 | via The Columbus Dispatch
The names and faces change from year to year on a high-school basketball team, but a winning attitude is a permanent fixture at a traditional powerhouse like Northland. Even with its star player hampered by the flu, Northland showed the poise, confidence and savvy of a team that has been through many big games on Thursday night during a 64-47 victory over Dublin Jerome in a Division I regional semifinal at the Ohio Expo Center Coliseum. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 18 | via The Columbus Dispatch
Two Westerville South players were being treated for leg cramps outside the locker room after a Division I regional semifinal against Newark on Wednesday night at the Ohio Expo Center Coliseum. "We were in a game tonight, weren't we," an athletic trainer pointed out. Comment?
Sunday Mar 15 | via The Columbus Dispatch
Newark go-to players Kym Royster, Ali Cartnal and Emily Paul have been inside Value City Arena for concerts, shows and Ohio State games, but they haven't so much as dribbled a basketball on the court, let alone played in a game there. But Wildcats coach J.R. Shumate doesn't think the 18,000-seat arena, which is the size of a blimp hangar, will get into the heads of his players going into their first state tournament appearance. Comment?
Saturday Mar 14 | via The Columbus Dispatch
Northland 66, Gahanna 65: It wasn't lost on coach Sean Taylor and some of his Northland players that many fans began scurrying out of Alumni Hall at Ohio Dominican with a few minutes still remaining in the game Saturday. "I guess I couldn't blame them," Northland junior forward Seth Towns said. Comment?
Friday Mar 13 | via The Columbus Dispatch
Northland 61, Hilliard Bradley 52: NaQuan Haynes sparked a 12-2 third-quarter run and finished with 18 points and six rebounds last night for seventh-seeded Northland in a Division I boys district semifinal victory over 10th-seeded Bradley at Marysville. The Vikings, who trailed 29-27 at halftime, outrebounded the Jaguars 36-19 and made 20 of 24 free throws. Comment?
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