Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Ohio HS Girls Basketball Team of the Week: Vote Now!

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Ohio National Guard JJH Player of the Week

JJHuddle is proud to announce that the Ohio National Guard will again sponsor the ONG JJHuddle Player and Team of the Week awards in Football and Basketball during the 2013-2014 school year.

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 Team and Player of the Week. Each weekly winner will receive an award (a banner) from the National Guard.

How it works?
A thread soliciting nominations will be posted/stuck in the JJHuddle Basketball Forums each week. Fans will then nominate top performances. We will announce the weekly finalists (up to 10) on JJHuddle every Monday and voting will be conducted in a special JJHuddle forum. Voting will cease at noon on Friday (1/3), after which the winners will be announced.

Week 9 Nominees: Vote Now

Alter: The Knights continued their dominating ride with convincing wins over rivals Chaminade Julienne (67-29) and Carroll (48-36) and D-I stalwart Springboro (65-46). Alter has allowed more than 60 points just once this year and has scored under 50 just once.

Princeton: The Vikings handed previously unbeaten Mason its first loss and took control of the GMC championship race with a 63-52 win.  Also beat Fairfield 74-63.

Timken: The Trojans ended Akron Manchester’s PAC-7 title streak at nine straight and won the school’s first outright league championship with a 65-44 victory over Fairless.

Clyde: The Fliers improved to 17-1 with wins over Lorain (73-31) and Milan Edison (88-33) by a combined 97 points.

Bradford: The Railroaders beat Ansonia to tie the program record for wins in a season (14) and move to 8-2 in the Cross County Conference. At Sunday’s tournament draw, Bradford earned the No. 3 seed in the D-IV Brookville Sectional. It’s believed to be the highest seed earned in school history. Bradford is looking to win just its second postseason game in the last 15 years-plus.

Toledo Rogers: The Lady Rams picked up three big wins over Toledo Scott (86-29) and Toledo Waite (92-40) and Columbus Africentric (47-44).

Miami East: The Vikings improved to 18-1 and ran their win streak to 12 with wins over Tri-County North (84-24) and Versailles (49-47).

Reedsville Eastern: The Lady Eagles beat Wahoma (WV) 83-4, Federal Hocking 81-26 and Ashland (Ky.) 51-41.  They also lost to West Virginia’s No. 1 ranked small school team St. Joseph Central, 70-68 in OT.

Fayetteville-Perry: The Rockets continued their unbeaten run by improving to 18-0 with victories over Mowrystown Whiteoak (109-27), West Union (96-31) and Mason County (Ky.) (69-49).

Berlin Hiland: The Hawks earned head coach Dave Schlabach career win No. 500 with a 93-7 victory over Newcomerstown. In his 23rd year of coaching, Schlabach has a career record of 500-80 and has averaged 22 wins per year. Hiland also beat Sandy Valley 73-17.







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