Wondering if your favorite team is playing this week? Listed below is a complete rundown of local high school boy's and girl's basketball tournament games. Also, listed are the area qualifiers for this weekend's state wrestling championships.
Watch and listen to WHIZ-TV and radio all week to find results and see highlights to some of these events. _____________________________________
Upper Sandusky senior Jon Diebler spent Sunday watching Ohio State make history. A future Buckeye himself, Diebler watched from the stands as Ohio State won back-to-back Big Ten Championships for the first time since 1962.
Two days earlier he was the one making history.
Friday night in front of a sold out crowd, Diebler set Ohio's all-time scoring record previously held by John Glenn grad Jay Burson. A 44 point effort in a win over Norwalk, allowed the nation's leading...
Last year it was Maysville and Tri-Valley that stole the show when it came to the best student sections in boy's high school basketball.
This time around Zanesville and John Glenn showed the most support to their schools all season long.
Earlier in the year on the Coca-Cola Powerade Full Court Press the WHIZ Sports Team announced that we would once again be searching for the best student sections in our viewing area. Weather related cancellations didn't allow us to...
Division II Wrestling Results from Steubenville -----------------------------
Steubenville hosted one of the four District Finals in Division II and several of our local athletes did outstanding.
The Stalions out of St. Francis DeSales in Columbus were the District Champions as a team. In Second was Claymont followed by West Holmes, Cambridge, Morgan, Sheridan, and New Lexington. Below are the team points and standings.
No one said it could be done, but Friday Upper Sandusky's Jon Diebler caught Jay Burson on the all-time scoring list.
And then he passed him.
Similar to the way Burson broke Rex Leach's scoring record 22 years ago, Jon Diebler etched his name in the books with a lay-up that put him at number one on the all-time scoring list. The clock read 2:51 remaining in the fourth quarter.
In front of a sold-out crowd that featured the likes of Ohio State head coach Thad...