Relive some of the biggest happenings from the past week in Northeast Ohio prep sports.
St. Joseph Academy’s cross country team left the Westerville North Classic on Sept. 1 thinking they had finished in second place by one point, but the Jaguars found out on Sunday that they had actually placed first, after a review altered the meet’s final scores.
2004 Green High School alum David Lough made his Major League Baseball debut with the Kansas City Royals on Sept. 2 and has been contributing ever since. Lough recorded five hits in his first 14 at-bats as the Royals’ leadoff hitter.
Padua senior basketball player Tyler Ptacek recently orally committed to attend UNC-Wilmington in fall 2013 and to play for the school’s men’s hoops program, Padua student sports reporter Tommy Hamzik reported on Tuesday.
Medina lacrosse player Tyler Galosi recently orally committed to attend Mercyhurst College in fall 2013 and to play for the school’s Division II lacrosse program, according to head coach Pat O’Brien.
Massillon Jackson junior basketball player Evan Bailey was recently ranked as the state’s third-best college hoops prospect in his graduating class by Rivals.com.
New Philadelphia junior tailback Jamal Johnson ran for 156 yards on 25 carries in the Quakers’ 41-8 win over the Barberton Magics on Friday to become the program’s career rushing leader with 3,625 yards gained on the ground.
Twinsburg senior girls basketball standout Char-dell Dunnigan recently orally committed to attend George Mason University and to join the Patriots’ Division I women’s hoops program.
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