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  • MaxPreps Special: Twinsburg beats Reynoldsburg in match-up of national powers

    In what was billed as a match-up of Ohio's top two teams and two of the country's best post players, Friday's Division I OHSAA girls basketball state semifinal between nationally ranked Reynoldsburg and Twinsburg was decided by guard play.

    Specifically the play of Twinsburg guards Ashley Morrissette and Leah Fechko.

    Before a crowd of 5,213 inside Ohio State's Schottenstein Center, Morrissette and Fechko combined for 33 points as Twinsburg, ranked No. 18 in the MaxPreps Xcellent 25, held off undefeated and No. 11 ranked Reynoldsburg 49-41. The game was tied 32-32 after three quarters.

    Twinsburg featured the nation's No. 1 senior post player and Maryland recruit Malina Howard, while Reynoldsburg countered with the country's top 2014 post prospect in Alyssa Rice.

    Morrissette and Fechko stole the show.


  • #2
    Twinsburg defense and experience a little to much for reynoldsburg in this game.Reynoldsburg returns 4 starters and should be one of the favorites to win the state next year.
    Last edited by rawtalent; 03-18-2012, 04:13 PM.


    • #3
      Fairmont would have to be THE favorite at this point with all five starters back, but the Lady Raiders may me the second choice. Let's hope they don't meet in the semi-final.


      • #4
        by the way, anyone gonna talk about how morisette threw down welch in yesterdays class whatsoever...