Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Ohio Boys & Girls Basketball Player & Team of the Week: Vote Now!

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National Guard JJHuddle Player & Team of the Week Voting…You Choose the Winner!

You vote, you decide…who had Ohio’s best individual and team performances in Boys and Girls basketball last week? The Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Ohio Basketball Weekly Awards are up for grabs. Vote Now to support your picks…


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JJHuddle is proud to continue a new partnership with the Ohio National Guard that will impact Ohio High School Football and Basketball positively during the 2012-2013 school year. Here’s how…

Each week during the football, boys basketball and girls basketball regular seasons, we will hold a fan-generated contest on JJHuddle to tab a weekly Ohio National Guard Ohio Player and Team of the Week. Each weekly winner will receive an award from the National Guard at their school. At the end of the year, the weekly winners will be entered into a competition for the Player and Team of the Year.

How it works? A thread soliciting nominations will be posted in the respective JJHuddle Sport Forums on Thursday. Fans will then nominate top performances/players. We will announce the 10 weekly finalists on JJHuddle on Monday and voting will be conducted in a special JJHuddle forum. Voting will cease at noon on Thursday, after which the winners will be announced. We will do weekly awards throughout the regular season. Year-end award voting will take place during the postseason.

National Guard JJH Player & Team of the Week

Boys Basketball Week 9

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Player of the Week Nominations

Jamar Hammonds, Trotwood-Madison: Senior G poured in 36 points in a 92-91 OT victory over Dayton Dunbar. He hit the game-winner in the lane with five seconds left. Followed that with 16 points and six assists in an 80-30 win over Troy.

Dakota Mathias, Elida: A week after surpassing 1,000 points, the junior G scored 30 as the Bulldogs handed Ottawa-Glandorf its first Western Buckeye League loss (71-64) in a meeting of league unbeatens. Mathias scored Elida’s first eight points of the fourth quarter and was 5-of-5 from the free throw line in the final eight minutes. He also had eight rebounds and seven assists.

Javon Bess, Gahanna Lincoln: Senior G led the Lions in scoring in wins over Canal Winchester, Lancaster and Reynoldsburg with 30, 18 and 19 points, respectively.

Ricardo Smith, Whitmer: Senior G scored 41 points (hit five 3s) and dished out four assists in a 73-46 win over Toledo St. Francis.

Vitto Brown, Bowling Green: Senior F scored 39 points and passed 1,000 for his career in a win over Medina.

Connor McCreary, Colonel Crawford: Junior G broke the school record for career 3-pointers (139) in a 77-17 win over Lucas.

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PREVIOUS WINNERS
Week 1: Kersey Long, Galloway Westland
Week 2: Luke Kennard, Franklin
Week 3: Ryan Bush, Salem
Week 4/5: Eric Cellier, Toledo Christian
Week 6: Shade Brubaker, Tri-Village
Week 7: Connor Myslowski, West Carrollton
Week 8: Andrew Benintendi, Madeira

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Team of the Week Nominations

Springboro: The Panthers won their fifth straight Greater Western Ohio Conference South Division title (and second straight outright) with a 79-49 win over Miamisburg. Boro holds a 3.5-game lead on everyone else in its division.

Tri-Village: The Patriots remained unbeaten and wrapped up a share of the Cross County Conference with wins over Twin Valley South (52-33) and Ansonia (97-36). In the two wins, senior Kyle Pipenger scored 61 points. TV’s opponents scored 69.

Ironton: The Tigers recorded impressive double-digit wins over a couple out-of-state powers in Huntington (WV) and Flora McDonald (NC). Ironton beat Huntington, which entered ranked No. 8 in WV’s big school division, 57-46 thanks in part to 27 points (and 11 rebounds) from Trey Fletcher.  The Tigers beat Flora McDonald 52-37 as part of the Tri-State Hoops Classic at Spring Valley (WV) HS. Fletcher again led the way with 22 points and seven boards.

Hartley: The Hawks scored a pair of big wins with victories over Columbus DeSales (53-33) and Bloom-Carroll (75-70 OT). The win over B-C snapped the Bulldogs 40-game regular season win streak.

New Bremen: The Cardinals forced a three-way tie for first place in the MAC by handing host St. Henry its first conference lost 60-53. The next night, New Bremen beat Botkins (51-41). The Cardinals have won 11 of their last 12.

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PREVIOUS WINNERS:
Week 1: Cincinnati Roger Bacon
Week 2: Beachwood
Week 3: Columbus Watterson
Week 4/5 Hannibal River
Week 6: Whitmer
Week 7: Bloom-Carroll
Week 8: Cincinnati McNicholas

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National Guard JJH Player & Team of the Week

Girls Basketball Week 10

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Player of the Week Nominations

Allie Hinton, Newcomerstown: Senior G set a school record by scoring 52 points in a 78-66 loss to Harrison Central. Her 19 free throws (attempted 25) ties for 20th all-time in state history for most in a game. Hinton, who added 11 rebounds, also went over 1,200 career points this week with 17 in a loss to Berlin Hiland and 28 in a win over Tuscarawas Central Catholic. She now ranks No. 2 all-time at NHS in career scoring.

Kaylee Patton, Waynesfield-Goshen: Senior G became the school’s all-time leading scorer (both boys and girls) in a 67-24 win over Hardin Northern. Patton, who had 18 points, ended the night with 1,818 points to better the previous record of 1,803 set by Kyle Herndon (1991). Patton added six rebounds, six assists and three steals.

Melissa Michel, Miller City: Senior F scored 18 points (and grabbed 10 rebounds) en route to surpassing 1,000 career points in a 51-47 win over Paulding.

Kelley Wiegman, Cincinnati Mercy:
Senior G sank a second quarter free throw to become her school’s all-time leading scorer in a 48-33 win over St. Ursula. Wiegman broke Mary Beth Giese’s scoring record of 1,075 points set in 2008. Wiegman, who finished with 13 points, is also the program’s all-time 3-point leader.

Shaye Thomas, Tri-Village: Senior G scored 23 points and surpassed 1,000 for her career in a 73-49 win over Brookville. A four-year starter, Thomas also had eight rebounds, four steals and four assists. Said head coach Brad Gray: “If there is a better point guard in Division IV I’d like to see her.”

Marley Hill, Africentric: Senior P had 34 points and 22 rebounds in a 92-61 win over Eastmoor that wrapped up the Columbus City League South Division title.

Shania Massie, Greenfield McClain: Sophomore G set a school record with 40 points in a 68-41 win over London. Massie scored 15 of her team’s 22 fourth quarter points to break the previous school record of 38. When Massie scored her 40th point, she had outscored London, 40-35. She added eight steals, five assists and four rebounds.

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PREVIOUS WINNERS:
Week 1: Konnor Harris, Sidney
Week 2: Alex Gassion, Fairborn
Week 3: Hannah Plybon, Orrville
Week 4: Lindsey Mayle, Geneva
Week 5/6: Jess Ledger, Harrison Central
Week 7: Haley Horstman, New Knoxville
Week 8: Kathryn Westbeld, Fairmont
Week 9: Taylor Willeke, Ada

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Team of the Week Nominations

Twinsburg: The Tigers remained as the lone unbeaten D-I team in Ohio by beating a pair of state-ranked opponents in Hathaway Brown (46-38) and Solon (54-48).  Twinsburg has won 33 games in a row and 63 straight against Ohio competition.

Westerville North: The Warriors won their fifth Ohio Capital Conference Cardinal Division championship – first since 2005 – with 50-27 win over Dublin Jerome. They capped the week with a 61-35 win over Westerville Central to improve to 18-1.

Wadsworth: The Grizzlies won their 21st Suburban League title in 23 years with a 64-19 win over Tallmadge. Wadsworth also beat Copley 62-18.

Carroll: The Patriots ran their win streak to 10 and ended Alter’s at 13 with a 42-38 win over the Knights on senior night.

Fairborn: The Skyhawks ran their win streak to 11 and won the Greater Western Ohio Conference South Division with a pair of victories over Miamisburg (51-32) and Lebanon (43-35). The signature win of the week, however, was a 64-47 non-conference decision over Chaminade Julienne.

Princeton: Fueled by the return of junior G Kelsey Mitchell (and her 30 points), the Vikings beat previously undefeated Mason on the road 64-55. Princeton also beat Hamilton 65-40. 

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PREVIOUS WINNERS:
Week 1: Dublin Scioto
Week 2: Newark
Week 3: Mason
Week 4: Kettering Fairmont
Week 5/6: Bellbrook
Week 7: Alter
Week 8: Eaton
Week 9: Centerville

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*Girls BKB Weekly Award Nominations? Click Here.

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*Boys BKB Weekly Award Nominations? Click Here.

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Basketball Scores:

If you follow Ohio high school basketball, this is the place to share what you know, and to learn what you don’t.

JJ Huddle is expanding the same real-time fan-based coverage that you’ve enjoyed for Football’s Friday Night Scoreboard to Boys & Girls Basketball. The information for each school is collected in a single page, with forms to submit your reports as well as areas to read scores and more from other fans, coaches and participants. Sounds easy…and it is. Exteremly…

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