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

    JJHuddle is proud to announce that the Ohio National Guard will again sponsor ONG JJHuddle Player and Team of the Year awards in Boys and Girls Basketball for the 2015-2016 school year.

    Starting today we will begin voting for the Girls Basketball Team of the Year Award. The Winner will be decided by a fan-generated vote on JJHuddle.

    The winner will receive a personalized award (trophy) from the National Guard.

    How it works?
    Vote for your favorite Finalist below as many times as you like. Voting will run from now until noon on April 6.

    Let the competition commence…

    2016 NOMINEES


    *Wadsworth
    The Grizzlies won the second state title in program history (first since 1997) and second over Mason with a 60-51 win in the D-I final. The victory avenged an earlier season loss to the Comets, which was the Grizzlies lone blemish all year. Wadsworth beat Reynoldsburg 58-48 in the semis. In two state tournament games the Grizzlies made 43-of-51 FTs. Wadsworth also finished the season ranked No. 1 in the final AP poll.

    *Waterford
    A year after losing in the D-IV state final, the Wildcats captured the program’s first state title with a 29-27 win over St. Wendelin in the small school state final. The 29 points set a new state record (all divisions) for fewest points scored by a state champion. Waterford made 23-of-24 FTs en route to beating Cornerstone Christian 52-42 in the semis. The Wildcats were ranked No. 1 in the final National Guard OGBR JJHuddle State Poll.

    *Ottawa-Glandorf
    Despite bumping up a division this season, the Titans advanced to their second straight state final. O-G finished runner-up to Alter in D-II after finishing runner-up in D-III to Versailles last year.

    *Ridgewood
    The Generals beat the second and third ranked teams in the final D-III state poll by a combined 36 points en route to reaching the program’s first regional tournament since 1980. Ridgewood beat No. 3 Garaway 57-41 in the district final and No. 2 Lynchburg Clay 74-54 in the regional semis before losing to Ironton 46-43 in the regional final.

    *Wayne
    The Warriors won the program’s first GWOC girls basketball league title and followed that up with D-I sectional and district titles, the latter of which was the first in program history as well. Wayne had a 24-game win streak during the season and finished the regular season ranked No. 1 in the final National Guard OGBR JJHuddle State Rankings.

    *Cedarville
    The Indians set a school record for wins in a season (20) with a 69-31 D-IV sectional win over Miami Valley Christian. The victory was also head coach Chad Mason’s 100th career win. Cedarville added win No. 21 with a 64-38 victory over Middletown Christian in the sectional final.

    *Bellbrook
    The Golden Eagles became just the 12th program in state history to surpass 700 program wins this season. Also set school records for wins in a season (26) and consecutive wins (26) en route to a D-II district title. Finished No. 3 in final AP Poll and No. 4 in final JJHuddle Poll.

    *Marion Pleasant
    The Spartans set a program record for wins in a season (27) and advanced to the program’s first state final before losing to Africentric in D-III.

    *Evergreen
    The Vikings beat Otsego 31-30 in a D-IV district final to win the program’s first district title and then beat Columbus Grove 51-50 to advance to their first regional final. Evergreen fell 57-52 to eventual state champion Africentric in the Elite 8, but finished with 24 wins.

    *Fostoria St. Wendelin
    The Mohawks beat AP No. 1 Arlington 50-46 in the D-IV regional semifinals and No. 8 Fayette 37-49 in the regional final to earn their second straight trip to state. Once there, St. Wendelin advanced to their first state final with a win over Jackson Center. The Mohawks fell 29-27 to Waterford in the D-IV final on a last second shot. St. Wendelin finished 25-3.
    117,972
    *Wadsworth
    0.85%
    1001
    *Waterford
    0.04%
    50
    *Ottawa-Glandorf
    0.53%
    625
    *Ridgewood
    0.03%
    40
    *Wayne
    0.02%
    20
    *Cedarville
    8.54%
    10070
    *Bellbrook
    0.06%
    71
    *Marion Pleasant
    0.41%
    485
    *Evergreen
    4.09%
    4820
    *Fostoria St. Wendelin
    85.44%
    100790

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