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Balogh Earns NW Coach Of The Year

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/7/2014

Ontario's Joe Balogh was named Northwest district Coach of the Year in Division II after guiding the Warriors to an NOL co-championship and an overall record of 21-2 that also included an A.P. Poll championship. He been Ontario's head boys basketball coach since the 1985-'86 season compiling a record of 472-183. Five area players were named first team all Northwest District, three boys, two girls. Named all NW distrct first team in Division II was Norwalk's Jeff Thomas who averaged nearly 19 points a game this season for the Truckers. Named to the first team all NW district in Division III was Colonel Crawford's Connor McCreary. McCreary. Like Thomas, he also averaged nearly 19 points a contest during the regular season for the Eagles. In Division IV, earning first team honors was Plymouth junior Tyrell Edmiston. Edmiston helped the Big Red win the Firelands Conference by hitting on an average of 17 points a contest. On the girls side, earning first team NW district honors in Division II, Bucyrus's Macey Sheerer who scored on average 19 points a game. And in Division IV, from South Central junior guard Anna Hintz who averaged 20 points a contest for the Trojans.

   
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