Thursday, March 22, 2007

Diebler Advances to State Final


COLUMBUS, OH - Technically you could say it was an off-game for future Buckeye Jon Diebler, who scored only 24 points tonight in the state semifinal against Poland Seminary. But then again, how many times has a near-quadruple double at the state semifinals been considered an "off-game?" Ohio's all-time leading points scorer had 9 assists, 15 rebounds and 9 steals as Upper Sandusky routed 89-58. You'll be able to see Diebler in the division 2 championship game against Dayton Dunbar Saturday on ONN at 2:00.

Diebler Highlight Video

No Longer a Tall Tale

Also, don't forget to check out another soon-to-be Buckeye Kosta Koufos. The 7'2 center will lead Canton Glen Oak tomorrow in Columbus against Cincinnati St Xavier for the chance to play for the Division 1 title. And by the way, he's pretty good. Prepare to see dribble drive moves from a 7-footer.

2 comments:

Bucknut said...

Yeah OSU is gonna be pretty sick for awhile.

Big Drew said...

Went to the Glen Oak and St. X game and came away very disappointed. While I will chalk up his poor showing on the offensive end to a horrible, horrible game plan by Glen Oak's coach, no excuses can be made for Koufos's poor showing on the defensive end. He put in less effort than Daquan Cook, and that's saying a lot. Hopefully Lauderdale can take some pressure off Koufos next year, because he's lousy on defense.

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