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#1 Ranked NYBL Class of 2019 All-Ohio Dominates In Indiana / Courtesy Buckeye Prep Report

In preparation for Class of 2019 NYBL coverage, we bring you an update on the #1 Ranked Team heading into this weekend’s 1st Session in Washington D.C.  The Arizona Monsoon 2019 team is scheduled to play the All-Ohio team this coming weekend.  We will bring you live coverage all weekend long.

Article courtesy of Rob Taylor at Buckeye Prep Report. 

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Monday, March 11, 2013

All-Ohio Dominates In Indiana

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All-Ohio Red-Indy Gardens Gold Medal Invitational Champs

DeMarko Bradley’s 6th grade All-Ohio Red squad ran through the competition at the Indy Gardens Gold Medal Invitational in Fishers, Indiana over the weekend. As a tune up for the NYBL in Maryland this weekend, Bradley’s team finished 6-0, and notched impressive wins over the Hoosier State’s top teams.

Because the tournament had a super pool in the 6th grade division, All-Ohio jumped right in the heat with pool games against arguably the top 2 teams in the state, in the G3 Hoosiers and Raw Hoops. Right out of the box, and in front of a packed crowd, Red matched up against the Hoosiers and proceeded to handle them easily to the tune of a 78-57 victory.  In game two, Bradley’s team crushed Raw Hoops 70-40. It’s important to note that both teams featured national ranked players, and are widely considered nationally ranked teams.

 

In the opening round of bracket play All-Ohio drew a forfeit from the Indiana Thunder (they probably knew the deal), before taking down the Illinois Raptors 90-25. The semi-final game featured a showdown with another of Indiana’s top teams, the Jeff Teague All-Stars. As was the case with their previous opponents, Jeff Teague proved to be no match, as they fell to All-Ohio 70-55.

The championship game featured a rematch with the G3 Hoosiers, the defending AAU National Champions. This time around, a sluggish start found Red down 19-7 to the Hoosiers before Bradley turned up the defensive intensity with their patterned full-court press. After erasing the early deficit, and with a little more than 1 minute left in the contest and the game tied at 38, Jerome Frances drained a trey to give All-Ohio a lead they would not relinquish. Red would go onto to win 50-40. Congratulations to the All-Ohio red players, coaches and parents for making Ohio proud!

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