College Ready Bigs

Here are the kids I feel are ready to step into a college program and can and will have a positive impact. As always my opinion isn’t the end-all-be-all, I don’t see everyone and some I haven’t seen enough to… Read More ›

Class 18

Meet the Freshmen

Sophia Fortner, Wadsworth Grizzlies Sophia brings an outstanding basketball IQ and court awareness with her the minute she walks the halls of Wadsworth High. Confidence and fearlessness are two huge assets of hers. Having faced the best of the best… Read More ›


Spring/Summer Observations

MOST IMPROVED So many girls have improved on their game, so many specific things that I’ve seen that have improved. These 9 kids have really stuck out to me in the days since the season ended in Columbus. I’m using everything… Read More ›

Recent Posts

  • 2015 Classic in the Country

    Saturday, January 17th 10:00 AM – Ironton vs. Convoy Crestview 11:40 AM – Columbus Eastmoor vs. Revere 1:20 PM – Wadsworth vs. Cincinnati Mt. Notre Dame 3:00 PM – Kenton Ridge vs. West Holmes 4:40 PM – Toledo Rogers vs. Kettering… Read More ›

  • No ‘I’ in Team, Only Greatness


    For the 2014 Lady Vikings going 14-0 to win a Federal League was great. Not losing a game to an Ohio team while going 20-2 was definitely great. Chances are some people’s lasting memories of this Hoover team may be… Read More ›

  • Conotton Valley…Could it Be?


    I went down to Conotton Valley with a motive, and that was to determine if they are for real or if their undefeated season is just a classic case of smoking mirrors. On the hour drive I thought about the… Read More ›

  • Canton South: New Leadership, New Outlook


    Most people wouldn’t look back at a 90+ degree day in a small stuffy gym in a positive light. However first year Wildcats head coach Jim Gotshall points to those July days as the moment he knew his girls were… Read More ›

  • Dukes on the Rise


    Marlington girls basketball program has had it’s fair share of bad luck over the last several years. Every year seemed to bring a new bout with adversity. Katie Reid tore an ACL 3 years ago in the middle of competing for an… Read More ›

  • A Test of Panther Pride


    Few programs have the expectations that Manchester have. Few teams have the talent Manchester has year in and year out. Even fewer push themselves as hard as Manchester teams do. These ladies flat out expect to win, and this year… Read More ›

  • Timken Trojans: 2014 PAC-7 Champions


    Written by Ryan Brahler (@RyanBrahler) Canton City School Board, Vice President Two OHSAA Football Championships, two OHSAA Boys Basketball Championships, one Girls Basketball OHSAA Championship. No doubt about it being an alumni and diehard fan of the Canton McKinley Bulldogs sure does… Read More ›

  • Julia Norris (2004-2014)

    Coaches, I wanted to let all Varsity AC Air Attack coaches know that one of our current players passed away this past Monday.  Her name was Julia Norris, she was from Green, and she had just turned 10 yrs old… Read More ›

  • Meyer’s Lake Stark County North-South All-Star Game

    North roster Shania Mays – Alliance Kaylee Stroemple – Hoover ***Stroemple and Turner Interview*** Marquia Turner – Hoover Justus Lee – Jackson Andrea Maag – Lake Bree Libby – Lake Hollyann Mullett – Louisville Sierra Mayle – Marlington Amanda Crites… Read More ›

  • Stark-Summit All-Star Game


    When Stark takes the court Wednesday at Malone University, it may be the best 10 players Stark has ever put together. RonnYeil Hogan, Julie Worley, Kaylee Stroemple and Marquia Turner all have 1,000 points in their career. Baylen Dyrlund was a game from being another 1,000 point… Read More ›


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