Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Central Ohio Teams Claim Titles at Parker Bernard Tourney

Buckeye Prep 2021-Tournament Champions

This past Sunday, at least 2 Central Ohio teams claimed titles at the annual Parker Bernard Tournament in Dayton. In the 5th grade division, Coach Aaron Brown’s Buckeye Prep team defeated Salvation Army in the 33-36 in overtime to take first place.  Buckeye Prep’s win over Salvation Army represented a pay back, as Army was the winner in an earlier pool game by 2 points. In the semi-finals, Buckeye Prep took down Centerville Gold (40-28), while Salvation Army got by the Ohio Hoopsters in the quarter finals and the C4 Wolves a game later. The standout performers for Buckeye Prep were Patrick Daniels, Jr. and Jayden Hawkins-White.


In the 7th grade division, the Ohio Hoopsters outlasted Salvation Army 41-42 to bring home the gold. In the semi-finals, the Hoopsters defeated the Ohio Stars. Congratulations to both teams for a great run!

7 comments:

  1. congrats Aaron....get your phil Jackson on

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  2. I would like to personally thank the Buckeye Prep and Ohio Hoopsters programs for attending the 3rd Annual Parker Bernard Athletes-4-Angels Tournament. I am honored each year to see many of the young athletes that Parker played with and against. Please visit our site www.athletes-4-angels.org for details on next years tournament March 13-15, 2015. I wish you all safe and productive season.

    Respectfully,
    Scott Bernard

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    1. Who who in the 3rd, 4th, & 6th grade division

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  3. Shining Stars (Cincinnati) won the 8th grade division.

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  4. Yes shining stars won but was losing the whole game hit a shot to tie went to overtime and ended up winning but dayton metro 2nd team out performed dayton metro 1st team 2nd team lost by 3 1st team lost by 10+ points against shining stars dayton's Donnie crouch had 26 points in the game leading up to it with 7 threes this dayton metro 2nd team will be at the nike grassroots tournament this weekend in columbus cant wait to watch them they are a very talented group of boys

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    1. So does that mean the 2nd team should now be named the 1st team ? lol

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  5. Ohio Hoopsters had a great weekend with a group of boys that are going to be worth watching. They have a point guard - #4 - that needs to be watched.

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