On the court: In a win over Andrews Osborne, had 21 points, including 14 in the second half, 17 rebounds, five blocked shots and two steals. Had nine points and 10 rebounds in a loss to Walsh Jesuit.
Off the court: Chester Township resident will play basketball at Wheeling University. Favorite sports memories including winning against Cleveland Central Catholic last year to clinch the NCL White Division title and defeating St. Vincent-St. Mary in double overtime earlier this season. Enjoys hanging out with friends and shopping in her free time. Favorite subject is math. Favorite food is Japanese hibachi, and her favorite teams are the Browns and Cavaliers.
On the court: In a win over Brunswick, had 26 points, eight rebounds, one assist and one steal. In a win over Medina, had 20 points, nine rebounds, one assist and two steals. In a win over South, had 22 points, eight rebounds, three assists and five steals. In a win over Lakewood, had 29 points, 11 rebounds, six steals and three assists.
Off the court: “Big Jone” is undecided on a college, but if he doesn’t play basketball, he plans to go into the military. “I love my family more than anything. I have grown up playing sports and I truly enjoy them. When I’m not playing sports I am looking at clothes and shoes. My favorite memories are playing basketball with my friends, Luke Chicone, Ian Kipp, Kyle Culler, Cael Gray and Steven Key. I started to pray every day and have seen a huge improvement with my maturity.” Favorite show is “Chicago P.D.” Adds: “I have been on varsity since I was a freshman, and this year’s locker room is the best I have experienced.”
On the court: In wins over South and Riverside, had 35 points, 22 rebounds, five steals, three assists and a blocked shot. Also led the charge on defense.
Off the court: “Wilson” will play basketball at the University of Akron. Favorite sports memories are trips to Canton for the regional tournament. Enjoys hanging out with friends and family. Favorite food is chocolate. Favorite show is “New Girl.”
On the court: In wins over North and Riverside, had 50 points, 35 rebounds and 14 assists.
Off the court: Favorite sports memory is basketball team camp at the University of Pittsburgh. Favorite subject is history. Favorite food is chicken. Favorite movie is “Step Brothers.” Enjoys the music of Migos.
On the court: Had a career-high 35 points (including seven 3-pointers), seven rebounds, four steals and three assists in a win over South. Also had 16 points, five assists and five rebounds in a loss to Brush.
Off the court: Nicknames include “Cat” and “C.” Enjoys shopping, collecting shoes and playing basketball. Favorite subjects are English and social studies. Favorite food is meatball sub. Favorite movie is “Love and Basketball.” Favorite show is “All-American.” Favorite team is the Brooklyn Nets (“Wherever Kyrie Irving is at”).
On the lanes: Against unbeaten South, rolled a 225-251.
Off the lanes: Favorite sports are golf and bowling. One of his favorite sports memories was when the Rangers advance in the postseason last year by one pin. Enjoys snowboarding.
On the court: In five games this week, including wins over North and Perry, she averaged 14.4 points, 3.2 assists, 2.5 steals and 2.8 rebounds per game.
Off the court: Will attend Westminster College. Nicknames include “Jo,” “JoJo” and “Joey.” Favorite sports memories include beating North her senior year. “I had a great game with seven 3-pointers.” Favorite hobby is art. Favorite subject is math. Favorite show is “Grey’s Anatomy.” Favorite color is yellow.
On the ice: Had two goals and two assists in three games, including a goal in a loss to Gilmour that marked his 200th career point. Has four goals and 10 assists this season.
Off the court: “Andy” enjoys playing pond hockey and lacrosse with friends. “My favorite high school hockey memory is being selected for first team News-Herald, second team All-Ohio and playing hockey with my brother and best friend, Evan.” Plans to pursue a career in health care as a firefighter and paramedic. Favorite movie is “Step Brothers.”
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