Wednesday, May 11, 2016

All-Ohio Blue Takes May Classic

2022 All-Ohio Blue-Adidas may Classic Champions
On Sunday, Shawn Thigpen’s #3 ranked All-Ohio Blue team traveled to Indiana and brought back a championship from the Adidas May Classic.  As part of their 4-0 run, All-Ohio defeated the likes of MBA Fury Elite (61-33), Team Teague Black (60-32), Indiana Flame (58-34) and MBA Elite (63-34). Sencere Harris played big for All-Ohio, finishing with 26 points in the championship game.  Other standouts for All-Ohio included Trey Dennis, Derrick Shepard, Adam Duvall and Shawn Thigpen.  We’ve heard a lot of good things about Harris, who has been described as one of the best players in Ohio in the class of 2022.  We hope to get a closer look at him over the next couple of months, and certainly at the Buckeye Prep Elite Showcase scheduled for September 17th and 18th.  We also would like to see All-Ohio Blue match up with All-Ohio Purple and the Toledo Wildcats at the Buckeye Prep Summer Showdown TOC June 17th-19th! Big ups to All-Ohio for repping Ohio Basketball.

While we’re talking about the class of 2022, #14 ranked OBC finished 3-2 in session #3 of the NYBL. After suffering an opening (57-36) loss to Team Takeover, OBC bounced back with a win over Kings Elite (64-48). OBC would stumble again in their third game, going down to Hilltopper Heat (65-55) to close day one. OBC got off to a good start on Sunday with a victory over the Lexington Hustle (59-56) and closed out the weekend with a 63-53 win over Ball4lyfe.  Standouts for OBC were Logan Woods, Jayden Coles and Justin Williams.

2 comments:

  1. His name is Trey Dennis not Trey Davis!! Trey is going to make y'all put some respeck on his name....mark my words!!

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