A Page -- Feb. 28, 2012

 
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JOHN TOBBE'S TWO GOALS, JORDAN ROBINSON'S PLAYMAKER LEAD GILMOUR TO DISTRICT SEMIFINAL WIN OVER WALSH IN OHSAA HOCKEY PLAYOFFS

Lancers one game away from the state Frozen Four

 

            KENT, OHIO—The Ohio High School Athletic Association tournament continued tonight at the Kent State University Ice Arena and Gilmour Academy beat Walsh Jesuit

 

                                                1          2          3          OT       F

Gilmour Academy:               2          2          1          -           5         

Walsh Jesuit:                         0          3          1          0          4                     

            Scoring:  

Gilmour Academy:    Goals: John Tobbe (2), Jordan Robinson, Alex Rupp, Nick Aleva

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Alex Rupp

           Joey Lencewicz

Assists: Jordan Robinson (3), Nick Aleva, Joey Lencewicz


Walsh Jesuit:             Goals: Dawson DiPietro (2), Ben Romanski, Chris Gaul

 

Assists: Nick Musgrave (2), Dawson DiPietro, Todd Lambert 

              Goalies:

Gilmour Academy:  Oliver Flesher - (17) Saves, (21) Shots                    

Walsh Jesuit:             Jamie Studer - (24) Saves, (29) Shots


Central Catholic Alum Anton Grady named to 

All Newcomer Team in Horizon League

Harmon, Brown and Grady Earn All-League Honors for CSU

Trio Helped Vikings Earn No. 2 Seed in League Tournament


CLEVELAND, Ohio - After helping Cleveland State to the number two seed in the Horizon League Championship, the trio of seniors Trey Harmon (Pasadena, Calif.), and D'Aundray Brown (Youngstown, Ohio) and freshman Anton Grady (Cleveland, Ohio) were all represented when the Horizon League announced its men's basketball honors.

Grady

The league office made the announcement on Monday afternoon.

Harmon was one of five players named to the all-league second team and also earned a spot on the all-defensive team with Brown. Grady was selected to the all-newcomer team.

Harmon, who is making his first-ever appearance on the all-league squad, is ranked 10th in the league in scoring (13.1), second in three-point field goals (2.4) and eighth in steals (1.8).

One of just three players in CSU history to make 200 career three-pointers, Harmon has made a school-record 71 three's this season. He scored in double figures in 14 of the final 15 games, including four 20-point efforts and became the 20th player in school history to reach 1,000 career points early in the season.

Harmon is also making his second straight appearance on the Horizon League all-defensive team, joining Cedric Jackson (2008, 2009) as the only players in program history to be named to the all-defensive team in consecutive seasons.

Brown is making his second appearance on the all-defensive team after earning a spot in 2010 as a junior. A defensive fixture for CSU throughout his career, Brown leads the Horizon League and ranks seventh in the nation with 2.6 steals per game.

He has multiple steals in 18 of the 24 games he has played in, including a career-high tying seven thefts in the season-opening win at then No. 7 Vanderbilt. He is the first player in CSU history with 800 points, 500 rebounds, 200 assists and 200 steals in a career. 

Brown, who is averaging 10.8 points and 4.5 rebounds per game, has missed seven of CSU's last eight games with a pulled groin.

Grady was one of the most dominant freshmen in the league this year, averaging 8.8 points, while ranking seventh in the league in rebounds (6.3) and fifth in blocked shots (1.5). He is also third in field goal percentage, shooting .565 (109-193) from the floor.

Grady, who was CSU's top reserve this season, upped those totals to 10.5 points and 7.5 rebounds in the Vikings 18 league games, scoring in double figures 12 times.

CSU finished the regular season with a 22-9 mark and in second place in the Horizon League at 12-6. The Vikings will enter the league tournament as the No. 2 seed and being play in the semifinals on Saturday (March 3) at 6:00 p.m. EST in Valparaiso.


COMPLETE 2012 HORIZON LEAGUE AWARDS 

PLAYER OF THE YEAR 
Ryan Broekhoff, Valparaiso

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 
Julius Mays, Wright State

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 
Ronald Nored, Butler

SIXTH MAN OF THE YEAR 
Eli Holman, Detroit

COACH OF THE YEAR 
Bryce Drew, Valparaiso

FIRST TEAM 
Ryan Broekhoff, Jr., F, Valparaiso
Ray McCallum, So., G, Detroit
Kendrick Perry, So., G, Youngstown State
Kevin Van Wijk, Jr., F, Valparaiso
Alec Brown, So., C, Green Bay

SECOND TEAM 
Kaylon Williams, Sr., G, Milwaukee
Trey Harmon, Sr., G, Cleveland State
Julius Mays, Jr., G, Wright State
Ben Averkamp, Jr., F, Loyola
Ronald Nored, Sr., G, Butler

ALL-NEWCOMER TEAM 
Julius Mays, Jr., G, Wright State
Keifer Sykes, Fr., G, Green Bay
Anton Grady, Fr., F, Cleveland State
Roosevelt Jones, Fr., F, Butler
Gary Talton, Jr., G, UIC

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM 
Ronald Nored, Sr., G, Butler
Damian Eargle, Jr., C, Youngstown State
D'Aundray Brown, Sr., G, Cleveland State
Trey Harmon, Sr., G, Cleveland State
Ryan Allen, Sr., G, Milwaukee


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