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Several Earn All-Ohio in D-1 and D-2

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  Original Published: 3/18/2014All-Ohio honors in boys basketball were handed out late yesterday in Divisions one and two with several area players and one coach on the list. Earning All-Ohio Honorable Mention in Division I, Ashland's Issac White. The 5'11" junior guard averaged 18 points a game for the Arrows. In Division II, earning first team honors were Brady Arnold of West Holmes. The 5'11" junior guard averaged 26 points a game and was player of the year in the OCC. Also earning first team honors was Norwalk's Jeff Thomas. The 6'5" forward scored 19 points per game and grabbed eight rebounds a contest. Earning Honorable Mention in D-2 were Clear Fork's Ridge Winand. At 6'1" the senior averaged 23 points per game. Tristan Kehres of Shelby was also named to the list. The 6'1" senior forward averaged 17 points a game and pulled down 11 boards on average. Cam Mack of Ontario made the HM list. The 6'2' senior forward scored just over 17 points per game while getting seven rebounds a contest. Rounding out the list was Norwalk's Ben Haraway. At 6'1" the senior guard averaged 18 points a game while shooting 79% from the line. Co-Coach of the Year in Division II went to Ontario's Joe Balogh who shared the award with five others from across the state in D-2. Balogh was also coach of the year in the Northwest District. He led the Warriors to an NOL co-championship and an A.P. Poll title with a record of 21-2.
   
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