Archbishop Hoban rising senior Ted Stieber is headed to the University of Minnesota to continue his academic and athletic careers.
Stieber, an offensive lineman who is 6-foot-6 and 300-pounds, has given the Golden Gophers a commitment to play football on scholarship.
“I have liked Minnesota for a long time,” Stieber said. “Pretty much since we started the recruiting process they have been No. 1. Once Minnesota, offered they were No. 1.”
Stieber also pondered offers from Illinois, Maryland, Rutgers, Marshall, Syracuse, Akron, Kent, Bowling Green, Ohio, Miami and Toledo.To read more or comment...
East football coach Marques Hayes said the following five Dragons who will be seniors this upcoming season are garnering interest from colleges:
+ Maurice Thomas, quarterback and defensive back – Northwestern, Navy, Notre Dame College in Cleveland, Wofford and Wayne State.
+ Darius Griggs, linebacker – Tiffin, Northwood, Allegheny, Bowling Green and Ashland.
+ Galen Thompson, defensive lineman – Tiffin, West Virginia Wesleyan and Notre Dame College in Cleveland.To read more or comment...
Garfield football coach Bob Sax said rising senior Darrion Powers has received a scholarship offer from the University at Buffalo.
Powers was the Golden Rams top running back on offense last season and he also contributes as a strong safety on defense.To read more or comment...
Highland has named Michael Moser as its girls basketball coach.
Moser comes to Highland with over 10 years of coaching experience in both the boys and girls basketball programs at Wadsworth.
He received his Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from Taylor University in Upland, IN and played four years of football. He proceeded to earn a Master’s in Sports Management and Coaching Theory from American Public University in Manassas, VA.
Moser has served as a physical education teacher in Cleveland City Schools, Mount Vernon City Schools and is currently at Wadsworth City Schools where he has taught for the past eight years.To read more or comment...
St. Vinent-St. Mary is among several schools that will play in the national boys basketball tournament dubbed the Slam Dunk to the Beach, which will be held at Cape Henlopen High School from December 27-29, 2014.
A collection of 14 teams representing seven states and the District of Columbia will be competing in this year’s event, with a 15th and final team to be announced at a later date.
The tournament, long a staple of the national high school basketball calendar, is returning for the first time since 2003. For 13 years Slam Dunk to the Beach hosted some of the nation’s premier players, including current NBA players LeBron James (2001), Dwight Howard (2003), Carmelo Anthony (2000) and J.J. Redick (2001).
“We are fortunate to have a field that features some of the top programs and players in high school basketball,” said Dr. Matthew Robinson, Chairman of the tournament as well as the Delaware Sports Commission. “With a field of this caliber, Cape Henlopen's gym is sure to be filled to capacity all three days of the tournament, which will not only provide an incredible atmosphere, but will also help bring patrons and visitors to the Delaware beaches during the winter season.”To read more or comment...