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Yappi 11-12-13 03:18 PM

State Champs (1923-2017) Mr Basketball (1988-2017)
 
Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Association Mr. Basketball:
Code:

2016        Xavier Simpson                        Lima Senior
2015        Luke Kennard                        Franklin
2014        Luke Kennard                        Franklin
2013        Marc Loving                        Toledo St. John’s Jesuit
2012        Terry Rozier                        Shaker Heights
2011        Travis Trice                        Huber Heights Wayne
2010        Jared Sullinger                Columbus Northland
2009        Jared Sullinger                Columbus Northland
2008        William Buford                        Toledo Libbey
2007        Jon Diebler                        Upper Sandusky
2006        Raymar Morgan                        Canton McKinley
2005        Jamelle Cornley                Columbus Brookhaven
2004        Jamar Butler                        Lima Shawnee
2003        Lebron James                        Akron St. Vincent
2002        Lebron James                        Akron St. Vincent
2001        Lebron James                        Akron St. Vincent
2000        Romaine Sato                        Dayton Christian
1999        Brooks Hall                        Troy
1998        Keith McLeod                        Canton McKinley
1997        Andre Hutson                        Trotwood Madison
1996        Jason Collier                        Springfield Catholic
1995        Shaun Stonerook                Westerville North
1994        Byron Gladden                        Lorain Admiral King
1993        Damon Flint                        Cincinnati Woodward
1992        Greg Simpson                        Lima Senior
1991        LaZelle Durden                        Rossford
1990        Tyrice Walker                        Hamilton
1989        Jimmy Jackson                        Toledo Macomber

Associated Press Mr. Basketball:
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2017        Kaleb Wesson                        Westerville South
2016        Xavier Simpson                        Lima Senior
2015        Luke Kennard                        Franklin
2014        Luke Kennard                        Franklin
2013        Marc Loving                        Toledo St. John's Jesuit
2012        Justin Fritts                        Mentor
2011        Trey Burke                        Columbus Northland
2010        Jared Sullinger                        Columbus Northland
2009        Jared Sullinger                        Columbus Northland
2008        William Buford                        Toledo Libbey
2007        Jon Diebler                        Upper Sandusky
2006        O. J. Mayo                        North College Hill
2005        O. J. Mayo                        North College Hill
2004        Jamar Butler                        Lima Shawnee
2003        LeBron James                        St. Vincent – St. Mary
2002        LeBron James                        St. Vincent – St. Mary
2001        LeBron James                        St. Vincent – St. Mary
2000        Tony Stockman                        Medina
2000        Chester Mason                        Cleveland South
1999        Emmanuel Smith                        Euclid       
1998        William "Sonny" Johnson        Garfield Heights
1997        Kenny Gregory                        Columbus Independence
1996        Jason Collier                        Springfield Catholic
1995        Damon Stringer                        Cleveland Heights
1994        Aaron Hutchins                        Lima Central Catholic
1993        Geno Ford                        Cambridge
1992        Greg Simpson                        Lima Senior
1991        Greg Simpson                        Lima Senior
1990        Bob Patton Jr.                        Youngstown Liberty
1989        Jimmy Jackson                        Toledo Macomber
1988        Jimmy Jackson                        Toledo Macomber


Yappi 11-12-13 04:03 PM

History of Basketball State Championships (1923-2014)
 
D1-D2-D3-D4 (1988-2015)
Division 1
2017 D1 - Massillon Jackson 39, Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller 38
2016 D1 - Westerville South 57, Lima Senior 55
2015 D1 - Huber Hts Wayne 65, Westerville South 57
2014 D1 - Lakewood St. Edward 62, Upper Arlington 58 (OT)
2013 D1 - Mentor 76, Toledo Rogers 67
2012 D1 - Pickerington Central 45, Toledo Whitmer 40
2011 D1 - Cincinnati LaSalle 59, Columbus Northland 40
2010 D1 - Massillon Jackson 57, Cincinnati Moeller 34
2009 D1 - Columbus Northland 60, Cincinnati Princeton 58
2008 D1 - Newark 65, Lakewood St. Edward 52
2007 D1 - Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller 43, Cincinnati St. Xavier 40
2006 D1 - Canton McKinley 63, Trotwood-Madison 33
2005 D1 - Canton McKinley 51, Cincinnati St Xavier 42
2004 D1 - Hamilton 51, Toledo St John's Jesuit 48
2003 D1 - Cin. Archbishop Moeller 73, Col. Brookhaven 65
2002 D1 - Columbus Brookhaven 66, Cin. Winton Woods 49
2001 D1 - Cleveland St. Ignatius 49, Cincinnati Elder 46
2000 D1 - Cincinnati St. Xavier 63, Bedford 54
1999 D1 - Cincinnati Moeller 67, Shaker Heights 62
1998 D1 - Lakewood St. Edward 70, Cleveland St. Ignatius 61
1997 D1 - Cleveland Heights 60, Zanesville 52
1996 D1 - Cincinnati LaSalle 59, Toledo St. John's 56
1995 D1 - Zanesville 69, Cleveland Heights 68, OT
1994 D1 - Westerville North 50, Cincinnati Withrow 48
1993 D1 - Cincinnati Elder 62, Toledo St. John's 53
1992 D1 - West Chester Lakota 88, Lima Senior 86, OT
1991 D1 - Cleveland VASJ 76, West Chester Lakota 72, OT
1990 D1 - Toledo Scott 64, Cincinnati Woodward 53
1989 D1 - Toledo Macomber 75, Cleveland St. Joseph 72
1988 D1 - Cincinnati Woodward 107, Columbus Linden 70

Division 2
2017 D2 - Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary 45, Wauseon 30
2016 D2 - New Concord John Glenn 76, Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary 72
2015 D2 - Defiance 49, Cleveland Central Catholic 45 (OT)
2014 D2 - Norwalk 65, Columbus Bishop Watterson 58
2013 D2 - Bishop Watterson 55, Akron St. Vincent St. Mary 52
2012 D2 - Dayton Dunbar 54, Elida 52
2011 D2 - Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary 57, Dayton Thurgood Marshall 46
2010 D2 - Dayton Dunbar 64, Port Clinton 50
2009 D2 - Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary 59, Dayton Thurgood Marshall 53
2008 D2 - Chillicothe 70, Toledo Libbey 69 OT
2007 D2 - Dayton Dunbar 87, Upper Sandusky 85
2006 D2 - Dayton Dunbar 73, Wooster Triway 46
2005 D2 - Upper Sandusky 94, Wooster Triway 86
2004 D2 - Ottawa-Glandorf 75, Canal Fulton Northwest 42
2003 D2 - Akr. St Vincent-St Mary 40, Kettering Archbishop Alter 36
2002 D2 - St. Bernard Roger Bacon 71, Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary 63
2001 D2 - Kettering Alter 62, Warrensville Heights 48
2000 D2 - Warrensville Heights (OT) 76, Cincinnati Purcell Marian 74
1999 D2 - Kettering Alter (OT) 49, Philo 47
1998 D2 - Cleveland Benedictine 57, Dover 48
1997 D2 - Cleveland Benedictine 71, Akron Buchtel 68
1996 D2 - Orrville 64, Ottawa-Glandorf 63
1995 D2 - Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph 58, Cambridge 46
1994 D2 - Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph 73, Wauseon 59
1993 D2 - Girard 64, Columbus Whitehall 57
1992 D2 - Cleveland VASJ 61, Columbus St. Charles 48
1991 D2 - Lexington 55, Dayton Chaminade-Julienne 53
1990 D2 - Dayton Colonel White 71, Portsmouth 57
1989 D2 - Lexington 89, West Geauga 57
1988 D2 - Portsmouth 54, West Geauga 47

Division 3
2017 D3 - Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph 54, Cincinnati Roger Bacon 52
2016 D3 - Lima Central Catholic 66, Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph 44
2015 D3 - Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph 63, Lima Central Catholic 50
2014 D3 - Lima Central Catholic 64, Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph 62
2013 D3 - Ottawa Glandorf 67, Versailles 46
2012 D3 - Cin. Summit Country Day 53, Portsmouth 37
2011 D3 - Cincinnati Taft 95, Cleveland Central Catholic 52
2010 D3 - Lima Central Catholic 60, Orrville 57
2009 D3 - Cleveland Central Catholic 45, Defiance Tinora 38
2008 D3 - Ottawa-Glandorf 62, Sugar Creek Garaway 44
2007 D3 - Cincinnati North College Hill 50, Findlay Liberty-Benton 45
2006 D3 - Cincinnati North College Hill 90, Villa Angela-StJoseph 73
2005 D3 - Cincinnati North College Hill 71, Ironton 65
2004 D3 - St. Henry 61, Versailles 49
2003 D3 - Reading 50, Sugarcreek Garaway 44
2002 D3 - Bellville Clear Fork 54, Columbus Bishop Ready 51
2001 D3 - Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary 63, Miami East 53
2000 D3 - Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary 73, Jamestown Greeneview 55
1999 D3 - Bedford Chanel 72, Coldwater 54
1998 D3 - Sparta Highland 80, Cincinnati Indian Hill 61
1997 D3 - Patrick Henry 63, Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph 61
1996 D3 - Miami East 58, Archbold 53
1995 D3 - Orrville 79, Wheelersburg 50
1994 D3 - Youngstown Ursuline 55, Lima Central Catholic 53
1993 D3 - Campbell Memorial 47, Belpre 39
1992 D3 - Orrville 78, Patrick Henry 65
1991 D3 - Wayne Trace 77, Chillicothe Unioto 55
1990 D3 - St. Henry 71, Youngstown Liberty 60
1989 D3 - Akron Hoban 52, North College Hill 49, 2 OT
1988 D3 - Hamilton Badin 68, Tuscarawas Valley 63

Division 4
2017 D4 - Cleveland Heights Lutheran East 43, Columbus Wellington 38
2016 D4 - Willoughby Cornerstone 72, Van Wert Lincolnview 54
2015 D4 - New Madison Tri-Village 48, Canal Winchester Harvest Prep 46
2014 D4 - Convoy Crestview 71, Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas 44
2013 D4 - Villa Angela-St. Joseph 87, Leipsic 63
2012 D4 - Berlin Hiland 68, Jackson Center 36
2011 D4 - Berlin Hiland 63, Harvest Preparatory 48
2010 D4 - Dayton Jefferson 59, Newark Catholic 52
2009 D4 - Oak Hill 48, Kalida 43 (2OT)
2008 D4 - New Knoxville 74, Worthington Christian 52
2007 D4 - Georgetown 75, Canal Winchester Harvest Preparatory 66
2006 D4 - South Webster 83, Columbus Grove 65
2005 D4 - Cle. Heights Luthern East 2, Col. Africentric Secondary 0
2004 D4 - Holgate 40, Maria Stein Marion Local 32
2003 D4 - Maria Stein Marion Local 62, Convoy Crestview 46
2002 D4 - Delphos St. John's 74, Russia 64
2001 D4 - Tipp City Bethel 79, Delphos St. John's 53
2000 D4 - Fort Jennings 64, St. Henry 58
1999 D4 - Worthington Christian 95, Fort Recovery 90 (3OT)
1998 D4 - Dayton Jefferson 74, Delphos St. John's 71, OT
1997 D4 - Van Wert Lincoln view 76, Columbus Rosecrans 60
1996 D4 - Springfield Catholic Central 75, Van Wert Lincolnview 52
1995 D4 - Liberty Benton 70, Springfield Catholic Central 51
1994 D4 - Upper Scioto Valley 56, Worthington Christian 54
1993 D4 - Fort Loramie 70, New Riegel 54
1992 D4 - Berlin Hiland 74, Gates Mills Gilmour 71
1991 D4 - St. Henry 71, Tri-Village 45
1990 D4 - Columbus Wehrle 67, Springfield Catholic Central 58
1989 D4 - Columbus Wehrle 83, Lima Central Catholic 81
1988 D4 - Columbus Wehrle 71, Kalida 54

AAA-AA-A (1971-1987)
AAA Division
1987 AAA - Dayton Dunbar 70, Canton McKinley 65
1986 AAA - Akron Central-Hower 70, Columbus South 44
1985 AAA - Cincinnati Purcell Marian 65, Mansfield Senior 57
1984 AAA - Canton McKinley 79, Dayton Dunbar 75, OT
1983 AAA - Toledo St. Francis 58, Akron Central-Hower 49
1982 AAA - Cincinnati Roger Bacon 71, Barberton 67, OT
1981 AAA - Dayton Roth 73, Wadsworth 66
1980 AAA - Akron Central-Hower 52, Lorain Admiral King 48
1979 AAA - Columbus East 74, Cleveland St. Joseph 65
1978 AAA - Kettering Alter 68, Akron Central-Hower 52
1977 AAA - Columbus Linden 80, Barberton 74
1976 AAA - Barberton 82, Middletown 70
1975 AAA - Columbus Linden 77, Cleveland Heights 72
1974 AAA - Cincinnati Elder 60, Canton McKinley 54
1973 AAA - Cincinnati Elder 60, Akron Central-Hower 53
1972 AAA - Cleveland East Tech 78, Cincinnati Princeton 67
1971 AAA - Columbus Walnut Ridge 76, Dayton Dunbar 63

AA Division
1987 AA - DeSales 71, Dayton Jefferson 64
1986 AA - Oberlin 74, Enon Greenon 70
1985 AA - Youngstown Rayen 50, Linden 46
1984 AA - Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary 75, Wheelersburg 71
1983 AA - Bexley 77, Oak Harbor 58
1982 AA - Dayton Roth 68, Youngstown Rayen 56
1981 AA - Napoleon 60, New Lebanon Dixie 48
1980 AA - Hamilton Ross 45, Portsmouth 44
1979 AA - Dayton Jefferson 65, Cleveland Cathedral Latin 63
1978 AA - Portsmouth 63, Cleveland Cathedral Latin 62
1977 AA - Cleveland Cathedral Latin 69, Mifflin 65
1976 AA - Dayton Roth 82, Lorain Catholic 81
1975 AA - Warsaw River View 77, Dayton Stivers 72, OT
1974 AA - Akron Manchester 72, Hartley 52
1973 AA - Ready 79, Delphos St. John's 66
1972 AA - Ready 59, Lexington 47
1971 AA - Canton Lehman 68, Warren Champion 63

A Division
1987 A - Fort Loramie 68, Wynford 50
1986 A - Columbus Wehrle 72, Dayton Jefferson 58
1985 A - Jackson Center 63, Graysville Skyvue 61
1984 A - Monroeville 66, Columbus Wehrle 62
1983 A - Delphos St. John's 55, Buckeye Central 48
1982 A - Middletown Fenwick 64, Racine Southern 44
1981 A - Kalida 58, Columbus Academy 44
1980 A - Sandusky St. Mary's 62, Cin. Summit Country Day 56, OT
1979 A - St. Henry 64, Mansfield St. Peter's 57
1978 A - Mansfield St. Peter's 78, Tipp City Bethel 60
1977 A - Fort Loramie 63, Mansfield St. Peter's 50
1976 A - Indian Valley South 63, Pettisville 53
1975 A - Maria Stein Marion 59, Indian Valley South 56, OT
1974 A - Lorain Clearview 74, Franklin Monroe 69
1973 A - Pleasant 42, Indian Valley South 37
1972 A - Indian Valley South 59, Ridgedale 41
1971 A - Fort Recovery 70, Pleasant 57

AAA - A (1923-1970)
AAA Division
1970 AAA - Dayton Chaminade 69, Rossford 47
1969 AAA - Columbus East 71, Canton McKinley 56
1968 AAA - Columbus East 64, Hamilton Garfield 60
1967 AAA - Columbus Linden 88, Cleveland East Tech 56
1966 AAA - Dayton Chaminade 55, Toledo Libbey 52
1965 AAA - Columbus South 54, Cincinnati St. Xavier 53
1964 AAA - Dayton Belmont 89, Cleveland East 60
1963 AAA - Columbus East 41, Marion Harding 32
1962 AAA - Hamilton Taft 59, Cleveland East Tech 52
1961 AAA - Portsmouth 50, Urbana 44
1960 AAA - Dayton Roosevelt 51, Cleveland East Tech 41
1959 AAA - Cleveland East Tech 71, Salem 51
1958 AAA - Cleveland East Tech 50, Columbus North 48, 2 OT
1957 AAA - Middletown 64, Kent Roosevelt 54
1956 AAA - Middletown 91, Canton McKinley 69
1955 AAA - Zanesville 56, Cincinnati Hughes 42
1954 AAA - Hamilton 66, Columbus South 56
1953 AAA - Middletown 73, Newark 35
1952 AAA - Middletown 63, Steubenville 53
1951 AAA - Columbus East 57, Hamilton 39
1950 AAA - Springfield Public 53, Akron South 48
1949 AAA - Hamilton Public 70, Toledo Central Catholic 52
1948 AAA - Findlay 51, Hamilton Catholic 36
1947 AAA - Middletown 47, East Liverpool 29
1946 AAA - Middletown 42, Akron North 37
1945 AAA - Bellevue 36, Middletown 34
1944 AAA - Middletown 50, Toledo Woodward 46, OT
1943 AAA - Newark 47, Canton McKinley 42
1942 AAA - Xenia Central 51, Toledo Central Catholic 33
1941 AAA - Martins Ferry 37, Lakewood 30
1940 AAA - New Philadelphia 30, Canton McKinley 22
1939 AAA - Akron North 47, Cincinnati Roger Bacon 38
1938 AAA - Newark 28, New Philadelphia 27
1937 AAA - Hamilton 37, Massillon 32
1936 AAA - Newark 32, Findlay 23
1935 AAA - Akron North 47, Coshocton 17
1934 AAA - Dayton Roosevelt 46, Portsmouth 30
1933 AAA - Dover 34, Marietta 23
1932 AAA - Akron West 26, Columbus North 17
1931 AAA - Portsmouth 20, Canton McKinley 19, OT
1930 AAA - Dayton Stivers 18, Akron East 16
1929 AAA - Dayton Stivers 36, Dover 22
1928 AAA - Dayton Stivers 25, Canton McKinley 20
1927 AAA - Dover 23, Toledo Waite 21
1926 AAA - Zanesville 40, Akron East 27
1925 AAA - Springfield 32, Lakewood 30, 2 OT
1924 AAA - Dayton Stivers 30, Columbus East 16
1923 AAA - Lorain 15, Bellevue 14

A Division
1970 A - Cincinnati Lincoln Heights 62, Sebring McKinley 60
1969 A - Arcanum 84, Bridgeport 59
1968 A - Mansfield St. Peter's 73, Petersburg Springfield 50
1967 A - Strasburg 54, Arcanum 47
1966 A - New Lebanon Dixie 75, Rossford 63
1965 A - West Salem Northwestern 55, Springboro 45
1964 A - Dresden Jefferson 71, Celina 61
1963 A - Dresden Jefferson 48, Jackson Center 46
1962 A - New Lebanon Dixie 74, Berlin Hiland 62
1961 A - Ayersville 40, Youngstown Liberty 38
1960 A - Salem Local 74, Frazeysburg 59
1959 A - Edgerton 57, Linwood Jacksontown 53
1958 A - West Salem Northwestern 60, Bucyrus Holmes Liberty 56
1957 A - Ayersville 74, Gratis 73, OT
1956 A - Arcanum 72, Columbus St. Marys 71
1955 A - Lockland Wayne 64, Wilshire 56
1954 A - New Lexington St. Aloysius 65, Delphos St. John's 63
1953 A - Mariemont 87, Philo 44
1952 A - Lockland Wayne 56, Nelsonville 46
1951 A - Grand Rapids 52, Waynesburg 51
1950 A - Miller City 44, Eaton 36
1949 A - Delphos St. John's 47, Lockland Wayne 43
1948 A - Eaton 45, Lima St. Rose 36
1947 A - Columbiana 43, New Knoxville 34
1946 A - Farmer 36, Worthington 32
1945 A - Dayton Northridge 51, Columbiana 42
1944 A - Akron Ellet 49, Lima St. Johns 39
1943 A - Yorkville 54, Tipp City 30
1942 A - Somerset 49, Bremen 42
1941 A - Glenford 48, Canfield 28
1940 A - New Carlisle 43, Canfield 26
1939 A - North Canton 24, Sandusky St. Marys 23
1938 A - Canal Fulton 42, Enon 21
1937 A - Upper Arlington 43, Lockland 25
1936 A - Sandusky St. Mary's 25, Leesburg 22
1935 A - Waterloo 25, Oxford Stewart 22
1934 A - Waterloo 40, Mark Center 26
1933 A - Springfield Lawrenceville 36, Henrietta 24
1932 A - Castalia Margaretta 26, Ostrander 24, OT
1931 A - Austintown-Fitch 26, Lancaster St. Marys 24, 2 OT
1930 A - Lancaster St. Marys 34, Rome 3
1929 A - Akron St. Mary 28, Bluffton 26
1928 A - Marshall 20, Manchester 17
1927 A - Kent State 20, Oberlin 16
1926 A - Oberlin 32, Miamisburg 13
1925 A - Bellpoint 42, Oberlin 24
1924 A - Bellpoint 24, Archbold 20
1923 A - Plattsburg 16, Bellpoint 15

beaker 11-14-13 08:02 AM

I remember Bob Patton Jr., played guard at Liberty. Great player. I believe they had the record for longest regular season winning streak in Trumbull County until McDonald tied it or beat it by one game a few years ago. His dad was his coach there then went on to coach the Youngstown Pride. That was a fun little professional league. I believe it had a height limit. Something like 6'4" and under. If memory serves me right Mario Ellie played on that team who went on to play for the San Antonio Spurs.

Middies97 11-14-13 11:28 PM

It is interesting to note that for both awards the vast majority of the recipients are from schools up north. Is that where the better basketball is played in the state?

Yankeefan33 11-15-13 12:13 AM

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Originally Posted by Middies97 (Post 5673509)
It is interesting to note that for both awards the vast majority of the recipients are from schools up north. Is that where the better basketball is played in the state?

I can just speak for Cincinnati, but in leagues like the GCL and the GMC there is a big emphasis on defense over scoring. This leads to the leading scorer on state teams (Byers for Moeller in 2010, Fleming/Lemons for LaSalle in 2011, Wingfield last year for Walnut) only scores about 15 PPG, which doesn't win many awards.

freak25 11-15-13 08:20 AM

Sorry, I've only been in the area for a couple of years....

Who was on that 2004 Hamilton team? Any Notable players? I didn't realize they'd won a State title that recently.

lildutch 11-15-13 09:57 AM

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Originally Posted by Yankeefan33 (Post 5673548)
I can just speak for Cincinnati, but in leagues like the GCL and the GMC there is a big emphasis on defense over scoring. This leads to the leading scorer on state teams (Byers for Moeller in 2010, Fleming/Lemons for LaSalle in 2011, Wingfield last year for Walnut) only scores about 15 PPG, which doesn't win many awards.

I agree with you and I would also think that the balance of our teams in Cincinnati leads to low individual scoring. Look at Jordan Seibert he could have put up 20 a night with no problem. His team didn't need that from him which then put him in the realm of 15 to 16 ppg.

lildutch 11-15-13 10:05 AM

The 92 D1 final Lakota vs. Lima Sr. that game shouldn't have been close on paper but Lima Sr. didn't bring there A+ game and got beat by a solid Lakota squad.

Bob Ashby 11-17-13 09:30 PM

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Originally Posted by lildutch (Post 5673883)
The 92 D1 final Lakota vs. Lima Sr. that game shouldn't have been close on paper but Lima Sr. didn't bring there A+ game and got beat by a solid Lakota squad.

I'm not sure why you think it shouldn't have been close on paper because it was always close on the hardwood.

Early in that season Lakota beat Lima 87-82. Late in the season Lakota beat Lima 92-86. In the tournament Lima took West into OT before loosing to the Thunderbirds for the third time that season. It sure looked like they brought their A+ game to Columbus at the time, especially when they were up by over 20 with 11 minutes to go

Both teams were in the same conference and the stars of the teams had been playing each other for two and three years and knew each other like the back of there hands.

Track XC 11-20-13 10:39 AM

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Originally Posted by freak25 (Post 5673707)
Sorry, I've only been in the area for a couple of years....

Who was on that 2004 Hamilton team? Any Notable players? I didn't realize they'd won a State title that recently.

No one really, just a massive choke job on SJJ's part. They had something crazy like 4-5 D1 players on their team that year.

Bob Ashby 11-20-13 02:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by freak25 (Post 5673707)
Sorry, I've only been in the area for a couple of years....

Who was on that 2004 Hamilton team? Any Notable players? I didn't realize they'd won a State title that recently.

The leading scorer in the finals was Brandon Lampley who went on to play at Ball State in the Mid American Conference where he achieved an all conference honorable mention honor.

Adam Myers-White was also an all state football player and went to the University of Tennessee where he lettered for four years in football. He played in many games at various defensive positions and was often in the Vols starting lineup in his senior year at Tennessee.

Billy Allen, the coaches son, received a scholarship from Albany University. He was one of the Hamilton leaders in several stat categories, a good all around player.

Hamilton was 24 and 2 for the year coming into this game and SJJ had already lost 4 games. SJJ only lost in the finals by 3 points. I wouldn't characterize this as a massive choke job but rather one very good team getting beat by a slightly better team as is usually the case in the state finals.

Yankeefan33 11-24-13 08:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lildutch (Post 5673860)
I agree with you and I would also think that the balance of our teams in Cincinnati leads to low individual scoring. Look at Jordan Seibert he could have put up 20 a night with no problem. His team didn't need that from him which then put him in the realm of 15 to 16 ppg.

Exactly. A lot of people in SW Ohio really like Luke Kennard from Franklin to have a shot this year.

DrunkUncle 11-25-13 09:49 AM

How about that run by Cin. NCH with 3 straight titles?? No one could stop Mayo and Walker.

troyboy73 11-25-13 04:05 PM

1998/1999 Troy High School had Mr. Football in Ryan Brewer and also had runner-up for AP Mr. Basketball and OHSCA Mr. Basketball in Brooks Hall.

User13 11-26-13 12:41 PM

Nice topic. Any chance of doing one for girls basketball?

socketwrench lips 11-26-13 12:53 PM

GCL plays the most boring brand of basketball in the world ... its like watching wisconsin and northwestern had a kid together or soemthing ... they play the best brands of basketball in NEO in Ohio ...

Yappi 11-27-13 02:02 PM

I'm starting to work on it.

Yankeefan33 11-27-13 07:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by socketwrench lips (Post 5693929)
GCL plays the most boring brand of basketball in the world ... its like watching wisconsin and northwestern had a kid together or soemthing ... they play the best brands of basketball in NEO in Ohio ...

Sometimes boring works, sometimes it doesn't. It's just the style down here.

User13 11-30-13 01:41 AM

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Originally Posted by Yappi (Post 5695178)
I'm starting to work on it.

Great!

TroyTrojan05 11-30-13 11:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by troyboy73 (Post 5692859)
1998/1999 Troy High School had Mr. Football in Ryan Brewer and also had runner-up for AP Mr. Basketball and OHSCA Mr. Basketball in Brooks Hall.

Oh the days when Troy was good at sports:dang: :help:

rip_JackTatum 12-01-13 09:18 AM

Pre the 1988 designation there was Daytons Dwight Anderson. Who avg 38 point 14 reb 11 asst.

ohiopup 12-01-13 10:37 AM

The following is a list of 'The Players of the Year'
from 1952 ~ 1987 compiled from the AP/UP/INS/UPI etc...

From 1923-1971 there were only 2 Classes... Large school and Small school
(A,B from '23~'56 / AA,A '57~'70)
3 Classes AAA,AA,A from 1971~87
4 Divisions from 1988 to date (D-I,D-II,D-III,D-IV).

No mention of POY or MVP or Team Capt. prior to 1952.

* not confirmed (listed 1st in the All-Ohio team which by practice was the spot the POY was placed)

Code:

1952        Robin Freeman        Cin.Hughes
1953        Bob Ashley        Middleport
1953        Eddie Jordan        Sebring
1953        Leroy Thompson        Waynesburg
1953        Cliff Hafer        Middletown
1954        Dick Bogenrife        Sedalia Midway
1954        Owen Lawson        Middletown
1955        Frank Wade        Col.East
1955        Jim Thomas        Gallipolis
1955        Rex Leach        Vienna
1956        Gary Kesler        Willshire
1956        Jerry Lucas        Middletown
1957        Jerry Lucas        Middletown
1958        Ed Bode                Bethel Twp.
1958        Jerry Lucas        Middletown
1958        Lawrence Auger        Savannah
1960        Al Thrasher        Salem Local (Champaign)
1961        Dan Neff                      Ayersville
1961        Gail Evans        Urbana
1961        Mike Haley        Portsmouth
1962        Dan  Neff        Ayersville
1962        Henry Burlong        Day.Roosevelt
1963        Jim Gardner        War.Harding
1963        Mike Hyde        Wakeman Western Res.
1963        Rob Ben Wiley        Powhatan
1964        Bill Hosket        Day.Belmont
1964        Larry Jordan        Richmond Dale S.Eastern (Ross)
1965        Jeff Miller        Lima Shawnee
1965        Jerry Turner        Albany
1966        Dave Sorenson        Findlay
1966        Kerry Myers        Celina ICHS
1967        Jim Harris          * Lorain Adm.King
1967        John Studer        * Strasburg
1968        John Fraley        Middletown
1969        Dan Thallman        Bloomville
1969        Ed Ratleff        Col.East
1969        Nick Weatherspoon        Can.McKinley
1970        Dan Gerhard        Day.Chaminade
1970        Jeff Reisinger        Zane Trace (Ross)
1970        Wardell Jackson        Tol.Macomber
1971        Dan Weston        Morral Ridgedale
1971        Ed Stahl                      Col.Walnut Ridge
1971        Joe Fisher        Lima Cath.
1972        Bob Huggins        Gnad.Indian Valley So.
1972        Dave Smith        Uhrichsville Claymont
1972        Greg Taylor        Springfield No.
1972        Ken Brooks        Findlay
1973        Archie Aldridge        Middletown
1973        Brian Williams        Col.South
1973        Dan Hagen        Columbia
1973        Mike Buurma        Willard
1973        Mike Phillips        Manchester
1973        Phil Saunders        Cuyahoga Hgts.
1974        Larry Harris        Lorain Clearview
1974        Mark Bayless        Chillicothe
1974        Mike Phillips        Manchester
1974        Randy Ayers        Springfield No.
1975        Frank Sanders        Day.Stivers
1975        Greg Cobb        Olmsted Falls
1975        Larry Fortner        Lorain Clearview
1975        Phil Hubbard        Can.McKinley
1975        Steve Lemming        Mans.St.Peter
1976        Butch Carter        Middletown
1976        Greg Johnson        Lockland
1976        Jeff Lambert        Swanton
1976        Jim Arnzen        Delphos St,John
1977        Dave Olinger        W.Lafayette Ridgewood
1977        Dave Smith        Old Fort
1977        Herb Williams        Col.Marion-Franklin
1977        Joe Faine                      Cory Rawson
1977        Marquis Miller        Col.St.Charles
1978        Brad Weston        Morral Ridgedale
1978        Dave Zeigler        Coshocton
1978        Dwight Anderson        Day.Roth
1978        John Denen        Washington C.H.
1979        Clark Kellogg        Clv.St.Joseph
1979        Joe James        Ytn.Rayen
1979        Larry Huggins        Indian Valley So.
1980        Bill Szabo        Oberlin Firelands
1980        Bobby Harris        Col.South
1980        Dexter Bailey        Cin.Country Day
1980        Jimmy Gooden        Ak.Central-Hower
1980        Tim Reiser        Napoleon
1981        Dave Jones        Jewett-Scio
1981        Greg Stokes        Hamilton
1981        Joe Concheck        Canal Fulton Norhtwest
1982        Alan Kortokrax        Delphos St.John
1982        Bruce Timko        War.Kennedy
1982        Mike Giomi        Newark
1982        Mike Lillo        Willard
1983        Curtis Wilson        Ak.St.Vincent-St.Mary
1983        Kannard Johnson        Cin.Taft
1983        Mike Smith        Old Washington Buckeye Trail
1984        Bob Mroczkowski        Bridgeport
1984        Gary Grant        Can.McKinley
1984        Jay Burson        New Concord John Glenn
1984        Tom Wilson        Wellsville
1985        Jay Burson        New Concord John Glenn
1985        Jerome Lane        Ak.SVSM
1985        Jerry Francis        Col.Wehrle
1985        Rick Calloway        Cin.Withrow
1986        Chad Keller        Van Buren
1986        Maurice Gray        Gates Mills Hawkin
1986        Melvin Newbern        Tol.Scott
1986        Nolan Robinson        Willard
1987        Eli Bewster        Col.Wehrle
1987        Tim Shepherd        Oberlin
1987        Treg Lee          Clv.St.Joseph

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San Bernardino...

utrocket03 12-01-13 11:11 AM

There was a piece in the Lima News the other day written by longtime LCC coach Bob Seggerson about some of the kids playing in this past weekends Elida Tip Off Classic. In the piece Seggerson mentioned how one time an ACC asst. coach asked him what was in the water in Lima, Ohio to produce so many talented guards. the above list(s) confirm this question. not a small town but comparatively Lima has to have more POY's / Mr. Basketball per capita than any other local.

eastisbest 12-01-13 02:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by utrocket03 (Post 5699475)
There was a piece in the Lima News the other day written by longtime LCC coach Bob Seggerson about some of the kids playing in this past weekends Elida Tip Off Classic. In the piece Seggerson mentioned how one time an ACC asst. coach asked him what was in the water in Lima, Ohio to produce so many talented guards. the above list(s) confirm this question. not a small town but comparatively Lima has to have more POY's / Mr. Basketball per capita than any other local.

Which list you talking about?

Per capita can be very misleading. If you were to look closely at the ones from Toledo, you wouldn't find they were from TOLEDO. Probably the same for the kids coming from the Lima area.

boater 12-02-13 07:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by eastisbest (Post 5699725)
Which list you talking about?

Per capita can be very misleading. If you were to look closely at the ones from Toledo, you wouldn't find they were from TOLEDO. Probably the same for the kids coming from the Lima area.

From memory all the Lima kids are home grown, no " move" ins.

eastisbest 12-02-13 08:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by boater (Post 5701421)
From memory all the Lima kids are home grown, no " move" ins.

Not my point, regards Toledo anyhow. I believe they were home grown as you call it but not really from throughout Toledo. Most of them I'm pretty sure could be narrowed down to a relatively small part of Toledo, a population smaller than Lima. I suppose the same could be done in Lima?

I'm not seeing that many with "Lima" behind their name so I thought utrocket03 was referring to lima area?


Which ones were from that area?

Johnstown Benny 12-02-13 10:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by eastisbest (Post 5701495)
Not my point, regards Toledo anyhow. I believe they were home grown as you call it but not really from throughout Toledo. Most of them I'm pretty sure could be narrowed down to a relatively small part of Toledo, a population smaller than Lima. I suppose the same could be done in Lima?

I'm not seeing that many with "Lima" behind their name so I thought utrocket03 was referring to lima area?


Which ones were from that area?

The players that Bob Seggerson referred to in his article were all homegrown Lima Kids, no move-ins. From the lists above they were:

AP Mr. Basketball :
1991 - Greg Simpson - Lima Senior
1992 - Greg Simpson - Lima Senior
1994 - Aaron Hutchins - Lima Central Catholic
2004 - Jamar Butler - Lima Shawnee

HS Coaches Association Mr Basketball :
1992 - Greg Simpson - Lima Senior
2004 - Jamar Butler - Lima Shawnee

Player Of The Year Award
1965 - Jeff Miller - Lima Shawnee
1971 - Joe Fisher - Lima Central Catholic

For a town the size of Lima, that's an admirable representation.

JB

Sgt Friday 12-08-13 09:01 AM

very interesting thread. It's interesting to see how dominate the big public schools were until the 80s or so. Would it be difficult to compile something like the top 10-20 all time wins leaders in Ohio? Maybe who has had the POY all time in Ohio? I supposed the Mr Basketball thread covers it from the 80s on but I like to see some of the old time greats that are forgotten about. I was a little surprised to see Canton McKinley with only 3 or 4 state titles. I don't mean that disrespectfully at all I just thought they may have been up around 5+.

Again very informational thread, thanks

ohiopup 12-08-13 05:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sgt Friday (Post 5710707)
very interesting thread. It's interesting to see how dominate the big public schools were until the 80s or so. Would it be difficult to compile something like the top 10-20 all time wins leaders in Ohio? Maybe who has had the POY all time in Ohio? I supposed the Mr Basketball thread covers it from the 80s on but I like to see some of the old time greats that are forgotten about. I was a little surprised to see Canton McKinley with only 3 or 4 state titles. I don't mean that disrespectfully at all I just thought they may have been up around 5+.

Again very informational thread, thanks

The links provided also have additional records and information.

All time wins...

http://www.ohsaa.org/sports/records/bbkrecrd.htm#WAT

TEAM
Wins, All-Time (minimum 1100)
1 1,765 Canton McKinley *
2 1,508 Archbold, 1,508-625 (1910-2010)
3 1,447 Newark
4 1,441 Mansfield Senior (updated 2012)
5 1,397 Canal Winchester (updated 2010)
6 1,369 Delphos St. John's
7 1,365 Middletown
8 1,351 East Liverpool
9 1,349 Barberton
10 1,339 Strasburg
11 1,294 Steubenville, 1,294-782 (updated 2010)
12 1,279 Bellevue (updated 2013)
1,279 Dover (updated 2011)
14 1,274 Portsmouth, 1,274-697 (1916-2010)
15 1,262 Findlay, 1,262-713 (1905-2010)
16 1,240 Cincinnati Elder, 1,240-612 (1923-2010)
17 1,239 Zanesville
18 1,235 Racine Southern
19 1,233 Cambridge, 1,233-856 (1906-2010)
20 1,223 Marietta
21 1,205 Ottoville (1919-2010)
22 1,182 Peebles (updated 2013)
23 1,181 Massillon Washington
24 1,177 Ashland, 1,177-814 (1907-2013)
25 1,168 Sebring McKinley (updated 2013)
26 1,163 Ashland, 1,163-804 (1907-2012)
27 1,151 Canton South
28 1,143 Bellaire
29 1,136 New Philadelphia (updated 2010)
30 1,118 St. Henry

* Canton McKinley's current # thru 2013 season = 1,802
http://cantonmckinley.com/content/da...-a-our-history

(FWIW / McKinley is the only school in the nation that is in the top 10 in both Basketball and
Football All-Time wins)

All Time AP #1 rankings....

http://www.ohsaa.org/sports/history/...imeAPPolls.pdf

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L.A....

Maple_City_Fan 12-09-13 02:45 PM

Give it up for the 1945 Bellevue "whiz kids" Redmen. Finished 25-0 by beating Massillon and Middletown on the same day. And Middletown was the dynasty in the 40s-50s.


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