Suburban League American & National

Who wins the Suburban League American & National

  • Brecksville-Broadview Hts - National

    Votes: 2 20.0%
  • Cuyahoga Falls - National

    Votes: 1 10.0%
  • Hudson - National

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Nordonia - National

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • North Royalton - National

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Stow - National

    Votes: 3 30.0%
  • Twinsburg - National

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Wadsworth - National

    Votes: 2 20.0%
  • Aurora - American

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Barberton - American

    Votes: 4 40.0%
  • Copley - American

    Votes: 2 20.0%
  • Highland - American

    Votes: 1 10.0%
  • Kent Roosevelt - American

    Votes: 1 10.0%
  • Revere - American

    Votes: 2 20.0%
  • Tallmadge - American

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    10

Yappi

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Who wins both divisions this year? Players to watch?

2019-2020 Standings:

Suburban League - American
Code:
Revere        19-3     11-1    1604     1274
Barberton     15-7     8-4     1433     1332
Copley        11-13    7-5     1369     1392
Roosevelt     11-11    5-7     1005     948
Highland      9-13     5-7     1154     1207
Tallmadge     8-14     4-8     1240     1378
Aurora        6-16     2-10    1397     1542

Suburban League - National
Code:
North Royalton                17-5     12-2     1385     1215
Hudson                        15-7     10-4     1183     1076
Brecksville-Broadview Heights 14-8     9-5      1190     1065
Twinsburg                     14-8     9-5      1217     1037
Stow-Munroe Falls             10-12    8-6      1048     1143
Nordonia                      6-16     4-10     1014     1151
Wadsworth                     5-17     3-11     937      1115
Cuyahoga Falls                2-20     1-13     932      1252
American

Revere (11-1)
Jimmy Salamone (First Team) - Senior
Andrew Rinn (First Team) - Senior

Barberton (8-4)
Anthony Cook (First Team) - Senior
Santonio Fox (Second Team) - Junior
Jamair Blackmon (Second Team) - Senior

Copley (7-5)
Khoi Thurmon (First Team) - Sophomore
Amire Robinson (Second Team) - Sophomore

Kent Roosevelt (5-7)
Jayden Reynolds (Second Team) - Junior
Kristian Daetwyler (Honorable Mention) - Senior

Highland (5-7)

Tallmadge (4-8)

Aurora (2-10)



National

North Royalton (12-2)
Omar Abuhamdeh (Player of the Year) - Senior
Ethan Toppin (Second Team) - Senior

Hudson (10-4)
Dave Gentry (First Team) - Senior

Brecksville-Broadview Hts. (9-5)
Tyler Ganley (First Team) - Junior
Jeremy Jonozzo (Honorable Mention) - Senior

Twinsburg (9-5)
Dante' Yarbrough (Honorable Mention) - Senior

Stow (8-6)
Van Shyjka (First Team) - Junior
Owen Bainbridge (Second Team) - Junior
Jack Costa (Honorable Mention) - Senior

Nordonia (4-10)
Anthony Lee (Honorable Mention) - Senior

Wadsworth (3-11)
Solomon Callaghan (First Team) - Sophomore
Owen Simmons (Honorable Mention) - Senior

Cuyahoga Falls (1-13)
Trinny Henderson (Second Team) - Senior
Kyler Tepus (Second Team) - Senior
 
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Yappi

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Here are the all-league players from last season (please help with their 2019-2020 class):

Player of the Year: Omar Abuhamdeh (North Royalton) - Junior

First Team
Jack Burdett (Hudson) - Senior
Tyler Ganley (Brecksville-Broadview Hts.) - Sophomore
Joe Labas (Brecksville-Broadview Hts.) - Junior (but not playing this year)
Dave Gentry (Hudson) - Junior
Jordan Garland (North Royalton) - Senior
Van Shyjka (Stow) - Sophomore
Ken McElrath III (Twinsburg) - Senior
Solomon Callaghan (Wadsworth) - Freshman

Second Team
Trinny Henderson (Cuyahoga Falls) - Junior
Brad McCormick (Hudson) - Senior
Kyler Tepus (Cuyahoga Falls) - Junior
Robert Watson (Nordonia) - Senior
Daylin Riley (North Royalton) - Senior
Ethan Toppin (North Royalton) - Junior
Owen Bainbridge (Stow) - Sophomore
Stan Bingham (Wadsworth) - Senior

Honorable Mention
Jeremy Jonozzo (Brecksville-Broadview Hts.) - Junior
Damani Ganaway (Hudson) - Senior
Anthony Lee (Nordonia) - Junior
Nick Evanko (North Royalton) - Senior
Jack Costa (Stow) - Junior
Dante' Yarbrough (Twinsburg) - Junior
Owen Simmons (Wadsworth) - Junior


Player of the Year: Hunter Drenth (Revere) - Senior

First Team
Bryce Profitt (Highland) - Senior
Brandon Heigelmann (Tallmadge) - Senior
Zac Common (Roosevelt) - Senior
Ethan Hays (Aurora) - Senior
Jimmy Salamone (Revere) - Junior
Andrew Rinn (Revere) - Junior
Anthony Cook (Barberton) - Junior
Khoi Thurmon (Copley) - Freshman

Second Team
Santonio Fox (Barberton) - Sophomore (Tony Fox?)
Jayden Reynolds (Roosevelt) - Sophomore
Lenny Feckner (Aurora) - Senior
Jamair Blackmon (Barberton) - Junior
Alex Jaworski (Highland) - Senior
Danny Kurko (Tallmadge) - Senior
Grant Scherler (Revere) - Senior
Amire Robinson (Copley) - Freshman

Honorable Mention
Jack Roche (Aurora) - Senior
Jake Osborne (Highland) - Senior
Luke Thomas (Tallmadge) - Senior
Julian Kent (Revere) - Senior
Cole Beck (Copley) - Senior
Kristian Daetwyler (Roosevelt) - Junior
Brad Eagle (Barberton) - Senior
 
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Here are the all-league players from last season (please help with their 2019-2020 class):

Player of the Year: Omar Abuhamdeh (North Royalton) - Junior

First Team
Jack Burdett (Hudson) - Senior
Tyler Ganley (Brecksville-Broadview Hts.) - Sophomore
Joe Labas (Brecksville-Broadview Hts.) - Junior (but not playing this year)
Dave Gentry (Hudson) - Junior
Jordan Garland (North Royalton) - Senior
Van Shyjka (Stow) - Sophomore
Ken McElrath III (Twinsburg) - Senior
Solomon Callaghan (Wadsworth) - Freshman

Second Team
Trinny Henderson (Cuyahoga Falls) - Junior
Brad McCormick (Hudson) - Senior
Kyler Tepus (Cuyahoga Falls) - Junior
Robert Watson (Nordonia)
Daylin Riley (North Royalton) - Senior
Ethan Toppin (North Royalton)
Owen Bainbridge (Stow) - Sophomore
Stan Bingham (Wadsworth)

Honorable Mention
Jeremy Jonozzo (Brecksville-Broadview Hts.) - Junior
Damani Ganaway (Hudson) - Senior
Anthony Lee (Nordonia)
Nick Evanko (North Royalton) - Senior
Jack Costa (Stow) - Junior
Dante' Yarbrough (Twinsburg)
Owen Simmons (Wadsworth)


Player of the Year: Hunter Drenth (Revere)

First Team
Bryce Profitt (Highland)
Brandon Heigelmann (Tallmadge) - Senior
Zac Common (Roosevelt) - Senior
Ethan Hays (Aurora) - Senior
Jimmy Salamone (Revere)
Andrew Rinn (Revere)
Anthony Cook (Barberton)
Khoi Thurmon (Copley) - Freshman

Second Team
Santonio Fox (Barberton)
Jayden Reynolds (Roosevelt)
Lenny Feckner (Aurora)
Jamair Blackmon (Barberton)
Alex Jaworski (Highland)
Danny Kurko (Tallmadge) - Senior
Grant Scherler (Revere)
Amire Robinson (Copley) - Freshman

Honorable Mention
Jack Roche (Aurora)
Jake Osborne (Highland)
Luke Thomas (Tallmadge) - Senior
Julian Kent (Revere)
Cole Beck (Copley)
Kristian Daetwyler (Roosevelt)
Brad Eagle (Barberton)
All the second-team guys for the National Division that I didn't label were seniors (I think)

Labas is committed to Iowa to go play QB, so he's no longer playing basketball

Ganley, Abuhamdeh, and Callaghan will compete for the title of the best player in the league this year. I believe Tepus is the top returning player from the second team.

Stow returns almost everything. NoRo loses a lot but has arguably the best player in the league. Brecksville and Twinsburg are always up there. Wadsworth was young last year and should be improved. Hudson is likely to take a step back from where they were in the last few years. Nordonia is a question mark for me. Falls returns almost everyone, but they have a big gap to close.
 
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Yappi

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I updated the first post with this information. In the American, it looks like Copley/Revere/Barberton all bring back some talented players after having a good year last year.

American

Revere (11-1)

Jimmy Salamone (First Team) - Senior
Andrew Rinn (First Team) - Senior

Barberton (8-4)
Anthony Cook (First Team) - Senior
Santonio Fox (Second Team) - Junior
Jamair Blackmon (Second Team) - Senior

Copley (7-5)
Khoi Thurmon (First Team) - Sophomore
Amire Robinson (Second Team) - Sophomore

Kent Roosevelt (5-7)
Jayden Reynolds (Second Team) - Junior
Kristian Daetwyler (Honorable Mention) - Senior

Highland (5-7)

Tallmadge (4-8)

Aurora (2-10)



National

North Royalton (12-2)

Omar Abuhamdeh (Player of the Year) - Senior
Ethan Toppin (Second Team) - Senior

Hudson (10-4)
Dave Gentry (First Team) - Senior

Brecksville-Broadview Hts. (9-5)
Tyler Ganley (First Team) - Junior
Jeremy Jonozzo (Honorable Mention) - Senior

Twinsburg (9-5)
Dante' Yarbrough (Honorable Mention) - Senior

Stow (8-6)
Van Shyjka (First Team) - Junior
Owen Bainbridge (Second Team) - Junior
Jack Costa (Honorable Mention) - Senior

Nordonia (4-10)
Anthony Lee (Honorable Mention) - Senior

Wadsworth (3-11)
Solomon Callaghan (First Team) - Sophomore
Owen Simmons (Honorable Mention) - Senior

Cuyahoga Falls (1-13)
Trinny Henderson (Second Team) - Senior
Kyler Tepus (Second Team) - Senior
 

Yappi

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Should we break this thread up into an American thread and a National thread? In the past, the SL had a good following on here. Since the merger, not so much. Is it better for one thread to cover the entire league or split it up into divisions?
 

Yappi

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No fans at Tallmadge home sporting events until December 16th. Games still go on and will be streamed on YouTube.
 

Yappi

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Tallmadge preview:

New-look Tallmadge boys basketball hopes to move up in American Conference

Like many of us, Bill Johnson doesn’t know what the winter sports season will look like,

The third-year Tallmadge boys basketball coach does know that his program will take a day-by-day approach and he plans to use a bevy of athletes.

Tallmadge will miss a deep five-member graduating class from a unit that was 8-15.

However, the cupboard isn’t bare as there are some pieces and parts back for the Blue Devils.

Returning Letter Winners:
Ethan Taylor (Senior)
Nick Lambacher (Senior)
Kyle Ries (Junior)
Ty Hurst (Sophomore)

Top Newcomers:
Collin Dixon (Sophomore)
Aaron Gergely (Junior)
Mason Dexter (Junior)
Caden Zajac (Senior)
Will Hudak (Senior)

Others who could see action:
Caiden McCollough (Sophomore)
Niko Roldan (Junior)
Carson Cowley (Junior)

Head Coach:
Bill Johnson

Coaches:
Jon Karnuth (varsity assistant)
Scott Campbell (junior varsity)
Mike Srodawa (freshman)
Collin Epstein (basketball operations)
 
Not saying they'll win the league but look for Falls to be vastly improved. If they stay healthy they should be competitive with everyone they play and should be around the .500 mark. They don't have a ton of depth and lack a post presence but will run basically 5 guards. After the 6th man the talent drops off. If they stay healthy and out of foul trouble they'll be tough.

Kyler Tepus will be one of the top scorers in the league. Trinnie Henderson will be one of the top PG's and swing man Brennen Guerin will provide some scoring and ball handling depth.
 
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