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charliesheen

Member Since 03 Jun 2011
Offline Last Active Mar 26 2019 10:14 AM
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In Topic: 2019 OHSAA Boy's Basketball State Tournament Attendance

26 March 2019 - 10:14 AM

For everyone complaining about D3 and D4 and the publc vs private debate.....you do realize that Crestview and Hiland just finished 1-2 in D4 right? OG has 3 state titles in the past 15 years....and would have maybe had 2 more if not for some guy named Lebron. Lima Senior won it in 2016. Lincolnview has titles. Archbold, Wheelersburg, etc. The only time people complain are when privates when several in a row or multiple divisions in the same year.

In Topic: 2019 state tournament

20 March 2019 - 01:46 PM

Wow, D3 and D2 likely to set records for all time lowest ticket sales for the participating schools. Overall attendance on Thursday sessions could very well be in the 5-6000 range. With teams like these 4 that nobody cares about I think they could have given an all day pass for $15 and still nobody would come

In Topic: D4 Elida district

09 March 2019 - 09:05 AM

Same exact scenario in the OG - LB girls game....and OG even had a foul to give. Let LB inbound, didn't get a foul and they hit a 3 to send it to the third OT and LB ended up winning. No need to even let them inbound it....just foul before the play even starts and LB is shooting 2 with 3.5 seconds left

In Topic: D4 Elida district

03 March 2019 - 07:14 PM

Could be 2 very good games. Thinking I may make the trip to the Fieldhouse

In Topic: Lima Senior

13 February 2019 - 08:24 PM

Just watched the replay. I'd say Hiegel got held on the last foul, pretty obvious, I think you've gotta make that call....heck, he got tackled on the inbounds play before that with no call. Then Quincy calling the timeout when Fulcher had a layup that would have put the Spartans ahead. Tough break on a call like that...if it plays out, Spartans have the lead. In the last 3:40, OG scored 4 points, Spartans scored 3. In a game like that, it could have gone either way, but I didn't see anything to claim that officiating was a big issue