Willard girls crush Oak Harbor, Edison falls at Margaretta in SBC Bay Division action on Saturday.
The Trojans (6-0, 3-0) and Roughriders (6-0, 3-0) are both unbeaten, while the Eagles are 2-2 after sweeping the weekend with Saturday’s win at Mapleton.
St. Paul handles Crestview on the road, while Monroeville won at New London for its first win of the season in Firelands Conference action on Friday.
With Norwalk and St. Paul getting underway over the weekend, all of the high school boys basketball teams have started the 2019-20 season. In a small sample size, here is a look at each team so far.
Western Reserve routed Plymouth, and visiting Monroeville dominated at New London on Saturday in Firelands Conference girls action.
The unbeaten Trojans (4-0, 1-0) outscored New London (0-3, 0-1) by 17 points over the first three quarters in Friday’s 54-42 win in Greenwich.
The Wildcats grabbed an early lead in a 42-35 FC win on Thursday, while Cooper Parrott scored 29 in a Willard boys win.
South Central senior standout Simon Blair hit a jumper with 2.6 seconds left in overtime to lift the Trojans to a 55-53 win over host Clear Fork on Tuesday.
Edison boys also cruised to a 27-point win over Danbury for a 2-0 start to highlight Saturday’s prep action.
St. Paul’s Lars Livengood (DB), and South Central’s David Lamoreaux (WR) and John Hale (P) are All-Ohio first team selections in Div. VII, the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association announced on Sunday.
Willard picked up a key 64-59 road win at Upper Sandusky in a district title rematch; Western, Norwalk girls fall, St. Paul wins to highlight Friday’s action.
South Central grad Taylor Wilhelm is wrapping up his first year as the Director of Creative Media for the University of Pittsburgh football team.
The Truckers blasted host Ashland on Friday, while St. Paul picked up a road win at Huron.
Western Reserve running back Cody Benesh was one of three first team selections for the Roughriders, while eight other Firelands Conference players were Northwest District first team in Division VII.
Western Reserve’s Cody Benesh (Offensive Back of the Year) and Aiden Markley (Offensive Lineman of the Year), and St. Paul’s Lars Livengood (Defensive Back of the Year) were among the specialty winners.