JJHuddle Podcast: Another Basketball Blow Out

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JJHuddle Podcast

This week’s JJHuddle Podcast is designed to get you ready for some serious March Madness! We have JJHuddle hoops guru Kurt Stubbs on hand to talk tournament basketball and we also interview Beavercreek boys coach John Ahrns and Toledo Rogers girls coach Lamar Smith. Plus…there’s more.


This week’s JJ Huddle Power Podcast is designed to get you ready for some serious March Madness!

We lead off with head coach, John Ahrns, of Beavercreek High School.

His Battling Beavers are slated to play Moeller High School this
weekend in a pivotal OHSAA Division-I south east region game at 
University of Dayton Arena. The game has even more meaning due to this
week’s shocking upset of the still highly-rated defending state
champions from Lasalle at the hands of Fairfield.

Opportunity knocks and Ahrns intends to answer. Tune in for his great interview.

We also have head coach Lamar Smith of Toledo Rodgers High School.

His girls had a great run this season, but lost this week to the
girls from Lima Bath High School. He is on hand to tell us what he knows
about Bath as well as the team Bath must face in the regional final: 
frequent Podcast victim, John  Cahill, and his team from Clyde High
School.

He also has a very young squad that is well-positioned for next season, so we’ll talk of them as well.

We are pleased to have Kurt Stubbs on hand.

He’s the guru of boy’s high school hoops here at the Huddle, and he is hitting on all-cylinders this year.

Consider his recent evaluations of both Lasalle and Franklin. No one
in the state made bodacious predictions such as his, and they seemingly
all are coming true.

Find out what exactly it is we are talking about on this week’s podcast.

Finally, we present to you, our friend Tim Langevin who is on hand to
brief us all on this week’s JJ Huddle Game of the Week between
Beavercreek and Moeller.

All of this and more, brought to you by your good friends here at JJ Huddle!

 

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