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Several Area Players Earn All-Ohio

Story By: Jeff Alan



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  Original Published: 3/20/2013

Mansfield Senior's Keon Johnson was named All-Ohio third team in Division I, Johnson a four year letter winner scored over 1,000 points in his Tyger career and averaged just over 16 points a game in his senior season for the 21-4 Ohio Cardinal Conference champions.

Also in D-1, two players from Norwalk earned All-Ohio honors.  Jeff Thomas a junior was named to the third team averaging nearly 14 points a game.  His teammate Ben Haraway, was an honorable mention pick for the 24-1 Northern Ohio League champs.

In Division II, Lexington's Mason Willeke, the only returning starter from the year before was All-Ohio special mention.  Willeke helped lead the Minutemen to a sectional title and a 16-8 finish.  Also from the OCC, West Holmes's Brady Arnold earned All-Ohio special mention.  Arnold helped to lead the Knights to a second place finish in the OCC with a regular season record of 16-6.

In Division III, Ontario's Cameron Mack was All-Ohio special mention helping the Warriors to an undefeated run in their final season in the North Central Conference and a Black Division championship with a season finish of 20-5.  Also from Fredericktown, Ryan Logan was All-Ohio second team averaging 23 points a contest.


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