Several big games in the area in the past week has led to a shift in this week’s rankings – including two new teams at the top.
With Selection Sunday just four days away, Maplewood is hungry for another chance at the District Championship.
McDonald has been in the Struthers’ District Championship in nine of the past eleven seasons. On Sunday, the Blue Devils will see which road…
Undefeated seasons, double-digit win streaks, and conference championships are nothing new to the ten teams in this week’s power rankings.
The Rockets held off a late rally from Bristol to win, 53-49 Tuesday.
Ursuline improves to 15-4 on the season.
Campbell’s Aaron Jackson tallied a game-high 32 points in the victory.
The Bears improve to 11-7 on the year, and 7-6 in the ITCL.
Lakeview now sits at 10-11 on the season.
Canfield got the best of West Branch Tuesday night thanks in part to a 22 point effort from Mike Yourstowsky
Western Reserve grabbed another home win Tuesday night, beating Southern 63-48
The Warriors have moved up to #4 in Division II in the latest AP poll.
We take a look back at several outstanding performances from last week. They are contenders for the Starting Five.
The undefeated Hornets clinched the Region 5 title with the win.
The Warriors improve to 19-1 on the season.
Wright owns a career head coaching record of 99-73.
Ursuline is the lone boys high school basketball team ranked in the top-10 in the latest AP poll.
Hadi currently serves as Varsity Wrestling Coach at Liberty.
Bristol’s Alex Jones has the Panthers on the verge of another Stripes Division title.
Nate Spitler is leading Maplewood in almost every offensive category this season.
Malik Marrow is averaging close to 11 points per game for the Panthers.
Players and coaches were honored during the annual football banquet held by the Quad County Coaches Association
Anthony Pangio and Jake Bullen are averaging a combined 30 points per game.
Three Golden Flashes have averaged in double figures thus far this season.
Senior Glen Hoffman is averaging over 20-points a game this season.
Former Viking Peyton Aldridge is impressing in his first season with Davidson
Dylan O’Hara is averaging 16.9 points per game through the Indians first sixteen contests.
Garrett Anderson is averaging a double-double for the season.
Cameron Kane is one of the state’s top scorers.
Coach Herrholtz has his team above 500 in his first season at the helm of Bulldog basketball.