Congrats to MaCio Teague and Zach Loveday

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Two Ohio natives who are now national champions!

Both took very different paths to Baylor University and played different roles on this year's team.

Teague was a 2015 Cincinnati Walnut Hills graduate who did a prep year at Monteverde Academy before landing at UNC Asheville in the fall of 2016. He played two years for the Bulldogs before transferring to Baylor. The 6'4 guard sat out the 18/19 season and has since started every game for the Bears over the past 2 seasons.

Loveday played for 2 years at Gallia Academy before finishing his high school career at Huntington Prep. The 7'0 c/o 2020 graduate chose Baylor over offers from Louisville and Ohio State. He averaged 2 points and 1 rebound per game in limited minutes off the bench over 13 games this season.


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Macio is a Middletown native. His dad was a solid player for the Middies in the early 90's. I know a lot of folks were disappointed to see his family move out of the district.


Lancers lead the way!
MaCio Teague is throwing out the first pitch at the Reds game Friday against Cleveland.
In the photo by Darren Cummings of the Associated Press, he is seen holding up the banner.