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Old 09-19-18, 09:25 PM
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St. Edward 2018-19

A very talented St. Edward team will, per usual, face a very tough schedule as they prepare for March basketball.

11/30 H Lakewood
12/8 H Toledo St. John's Jesuit
12/14 A KewPee Tournament @ Lima Senior (with Dayton Dunbar & Toledo Rogers)
12/15 A KewPee Tournament @ Lima Senior (with Dayton Dunbar & Toledo Rogers)
12/18 A Lyndhurst Brush
12/26-30 A Beach Ball Classic @ Myrtle Beach (4 games)
1/5 A Cleveland Benedictine
1/6 A Scholastic Play by Play Classic @ Elyria Catholic (vs Lake Catholic (or Kennedy Catholic??)
1/11 H Cleveland St. Ignatius
1/18 A Burger King Basketball Classic @ Erie, PA (vs Kennedy Catholic?)
1/19 A Burger King Basketball Classic @ Erie, PA (vs Cathedral Prep or ? Erie McDowell?)
1/26 H Spire Institute
2/1 H Cleveland Lutheran East
2/2 A Cleveland Central Catholic
2/8 A Cleveland St. Ignatius
2/15 A Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary
2/16 H Toledo Whitmer
2/19 A Solon
2/21 H Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph

Somewhere in there a game vs PA powerhouse Kennedy Catholic (in Elyria or Erie i guess)

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Old 09-20-18, 07:42 PM
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Per this article, Ed's is playing Lake Catholic in Elyria

http://www.chroniclet.com/high-schoo...n-January.html
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Old 09-20-18, 11:26 PM
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Thanks. No announcement that I see, but my guess is St. Edward will pay Kennedy on 1st day at Burger King Classic (while Cathedral Prep plays a local Erie team).
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Old 10-12-18, 07:52 PM
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Our schedule is awesome!!!
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Old 11-03-18, 10:09 PM
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Looking forward to this version of the Eagle basketball team. Some very talented ball players for sure.
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Old 11-27-18, 03:18 PM
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From Twitter:

With @SEHS_FOOTBALL’s appearance in the state championship game on Friday, the home opener vs. Lakewood will be moved to SATURDAY, 12/1 at 7:30 pm at the Eagle’s Nest. JV plays at 6 and freshmen will play at 4:30
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They have also been posting brief clips of each varsity team member. So far the following players have been introduced:

F Chris Ringfield (junior)
G Montorie Foster (junior)
G Brady Foutz (senior)
G Demetrious Terry (senior)
G Brennan Rains (junior)
G Grant Huffman (junior)
F Mark Gaertner (senior)
G Josiah Knight (junior)
F Devontae Blanton (junior)
F Spencer Crane (senior)
F Zach Chatmon (junior)
G Jake Ogle (senior)
G Josh Ogle (senior)
F Aidan Skinner (junior)
G Steve Logan (junior)




https://twitter.com/SEHS_BASKETBALL

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Old 11-27-18, 03:25 PM
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How did Cleveland Heights look against Ed's this past Black Friday?,was unable to make the scrimmage.
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Old 11-29-18, 04:21 PM
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From Twitter:

With @SEHS_FOOTBALL’s appearance in the state championship game on Friday, the home opener vs. Lakewood will be moved to SATURDAY, 12/1 at 7:30 pm at the Eagle’s Nest. JV plays at 6 and freshmen will play at 4:30
Changed the time again.

The basketball games against Lakewood that were scheduled for Friday, November 30, have been rescheduled for Monday, December 3rd. Game times are:

4:00 PM - Freshman
5:30 PM - JV
7:00 PM - Varsity
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Old 12-04-18, 08:29 AM
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Nice opening win for the Eagles over Lakewood 79 to 51. The Eagles were up 33 to 28 at half and blew the game open in the third quarter with a 26 to 12 advantage.

It will be fun to watch this team develop throughout the season.
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Old 12-07-18, 12:18 PM
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It would be fun to see the Catholic schools in Southwest Ohio hook up with the Catholic schools in Northeast Ohio in some sort of annual tournament somewhere in the Columbus area. (Perhaps the Fairgrounds?) Make it a four or eight team event each year. Ed's and Moeller would be the headliners, but you can easily imagine a number of really cool match ups at every division.
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Nice win by the Eagles last night against Toledo St. John's. Here is a write up of the game.



LAKEWOOD – St. Edward varsity basketball was rolling early, then struggled some, but never relinquished the lead, hanging on for a, 69-51, win over St. John’s Jesuit Saturday here on Coach Jim Connors Court.

The Eagles (2-0) barreled out to a 17-2 lead in the first four minutes of the game on the Titans (0-3), but the guests made a game of it, narrowing their deficit to three points in the second quarter and five points in the third period before finally succumbing in the fourth frame.

“We showed a lot of energy early in the game,” St. Edward Head Coach Eric Flannery said. “It almost came to us too easy early. We got a little tired and I think we got a little selfish. We took some bad shots and weren’t taking care of the basketball. That can happen sometimes.”

The Eagles led 21-4 in the first quarter when junior Grant Huffman stole the ball and scored.
Then SJJ went on a 12-4 run in the second quarter.

“We get too comfortable when we take a big lead,” Coach Flannery said. “Sometimes we take it for granted that we are not as locked in as we should be. That happened throughout the night.”

SJJ was down 41-27 at the half after junior Tae Tae Blanton hit a three with an assist from junior Montorie Foster and Huffman scored as time ran out.

The Titans outscored the Eagles, 20-13, in the third quarter to narrow it to, 54-47.

“We did a decent job late in the game when we had to make sure we took better shots,” Coach Flannery said. “We picked up our defense and intensity level. We just have to clean up those little things when we have a lead. Tonight, I thought we were the more talented team. We didn’t play like it tonight for a good portion of the game.”

Senior Demetrius “Meechie” Terry scored seven points early in the fourth quarter and Huffman made four free throws when the Eagles were in the bonus.

St. John’s has been an old nemesis of the Eagles. Any time a St. Edward team can beat a St. John’s team it is huge. Coach Ed Heintschel’s teams have won over 700 games, been to the final four six times, and won 16 league titles.

“We haven’t beaten them in a while,” Coach Flannery said. “Their coach has over 700 wins and he knows what he is doing. Every time we play them we leave the game with bumps and bruises. It’s a physical game. They are going to try to muck it up as best they can. Offensively, they will run a team to death and then have good defense by being physical and taking away a lot. We are always happy when we walk away with a win against St. John’s. I don’t care if it is ugly. We didn’t play the best that we could, but it is still a good win.”

At St. Edward in any sport, it is all about the team (and the E), but Huffman was halfway to a quadruple double. He had 19 points, seven steals, five rebounds, and five assists.

“We have a core of talented players,” Coach Flannery said. “It’s probably going to be somebody different every night. I felt tonight we could have shared it more. We were trying to get to the rim maybe too hard and too much. We are going to go through that. We have to figure it out especially when we have the lead. Our guys thought they could get to the rim a lot and St. John just did a good job of closing that off. We missed a few. It got a little frustrating at times, but I love this type of early-season basketball.”
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Old 12-09-18, 10:20 AM
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This St. Johns team might be the worst in Ed Heintschel's history.
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Old 12-09-18, 10:34 AM
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This St. Johns team might be the worst in Ed Heintschel's history.

and Smith's too. If this was a measuring stick for St. Ed's,they're in a world of hurt. This is not a typical SJJ squad. I think Ed finally wore down the heal on his stomping shoe. Maybe get a new pair. Naw, he's still wearing polyester. Is there still shoe repair shops? What'd they call those things? Cobbler?

But for sure, congrats to SJJ for putting the fight on the floor. Euclid St. Ed will have them competitive by end of year. He needs to go old school. Show them some Zemke tapes or something. Relentless and heart ripping defense.
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I was surprised to see SJJ record as 0-3.
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Old 12-10-18, 07:46 AM
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and Smith's too. If this was a measuring stick for St. Ed's,they're in a world of hurt. This is not a typical SJJ squad. I think Ed finally wore down the heal on his stomping shoe. Maybe get a new pair. Naw, he's still wearing polyester. Is there still shoe repair shops? What'd they call those things? Cobbler?

But for sure, congrats to SJJ for putting the fight on the floor. Euclid St. Ed will have them competitive by end of year. He needs to go old school. Show them some Zemke tapes or something. Relentless and heart ripping defense.
With returning starters in Junior Grant Huffman, Senior Demetrius Terry, Junior Devontae Blanton and Junior Montorie Foster; they don't need to use the Toledo St. John's game as a measuring stick. They know what they have and just need to put together a productive season against another stacked schedule and more importantly to just staying healthy.

I compare this team to the 2007 team in terms of returning starters mixed together with high expectations for a state championship. That team included Delvon Roe, Tim Pritchard, Alex Sterba, Frankie Dobbs and a few others that I can't remember their names. Unfortunately, they lost Delvon Roe in the second game of the year to an injury that wiped out his senior year and Guard Alex Sterba to another season ending injury. However after losing two key contributors, the eagles were still able to advance to The State Championship game only to fall short against Newark.
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This is a very good Eds team this year.
Columbus or bust for sure.
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With returning starters in Junior Grant Huffman, Senior Demetrius Terry, Junior Devontae Blanton and Junior Montorie Foster; they don't need to use the Toledo St. John's game as a measuring stick. They know what they have and just need to put together a productive season against another stacked schedule and more importantly to just staying healthy.

I compare this team to the 2007 team in terms of returning starters mixed together with high expectations for a state championship. That team included Delvon Roe, Tim Pritchard, Alex Sterba, Frankie Dobbs and a few others that I can't remember their names. Unfortunately, they lost Delvon Roe in the second game of the year to an injury that wiped out his senior year and Guard Alex Sterba to another season ending injury. However after losing two key contributors, the eagles were still able to advance to The State Championship game only to fall short against Newark.
That was a phenomenal team and an even better coaching job. Losing two key players, one being your best player, could have been extremely demoralizing but they found a formula that worked well. I remember thinking through I think 3 playoff games against Elyria, Warren Harding and St. X, that this was it for that team after getting blown out in first halfs of those contests. The Eagles stormed back though to advance to the title game. Unfortunately, Newark did not allow us to do that and they had some player (Avery? I think?) who just played outstanding. There was nothing we could do to stop him. Of course it took a buzzer beater that wasn't really a buzzer beater to take the Harding game to OT but the official's didn't call it.
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Who could forget the infamous shot by Frankie Dobbs from half court against Harding. I remember the WGH supporters were so upset about the no call and blasting the officials on Yappi.
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