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Five Earn All-Ohio in Division III and IV

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/19/2014Five area players earned All-Ohio honors in basketball in Divisions three and four. In Division III Colonel Crawford 5'11" senior guard Connor McCreary was a second team pick. McCreary averaged 18 points a game and finished his career at Crawford as the school's second all time leading scorer. Earning All-Ohio third team honors in Division IV was Plymouth's Tyrell Edmiston. The 6'4" junior forward averaged 17 points a game along with 12 rebounds, three blocks and five assists a game. From Hillsdale, 6'7" center Ryan Bee was a special mention pick averaging 17 points per game and ten rebounds a contest. Xavier Harris of Mt. Gilead was an honorable mention pick. At 6'3" the Indian guard/forward scored 16 points a night along with getting nine rebounds a game. While in Division IV, Buckeye Central's Cade Kaple made All-Ohio honorable mention. The 5'11" senior guard scored 14 points and had seven assists a game.
   
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