Senior Shaun Gunnell had a monster game with 25 points and 14 rebounds in Linden McKinley's 71-70 loss to Wooster Triway.
Senior Samuel Payne had 15 points and 7 rebounds in his last high school game. Both Payne and Gunnel were averaging 20 a game for the Panthers coming into the tournament.
Just a sophomore, James Davis Jr. is already showing the leadership qualities at point guard that head coach James Jones is looking for in him. Davis had 17 in the game.
Triway was led in the game by a prolific junior scorer in Linc Rottman who was averaging 15.4 a game prior to the tournament. He scored 25 points and had 6 boards in the semifinal.
Junior Jamie Breneman, #10, was averaging 16.9 points a game coming into the tournament and he chipped in with 24 poing and 6 rebounds to help the Titans advance to the final round.
Triway head coach Keith Snoddy
Linden McKinley head coach James Jones
James Davis Jr.
Upper Sandusky was the only team in the tournament that finished their season undefeated at 27-0. Head coach Keith Diebler had a big part in that. And his oldest son Jacob, a senior, was averaging 18.2 ppg game going into the tournament while Jon, a sophomore, was averaging 26 ppg.
Jacob Diebler was like a coach on the floor. He scored 15 points, had 10 assists and just missed recording a triple-double with 9 rebounds to lead his team to the finals.
Senior Greg Micheli, averaging 15.5 a game coming in to the tourney, scored 26 points and had 9 rebounds.
Senior Miles Weaver also had a strong game with 13 points and 6 rebounds.
Junior Daequan Cook, averging 21.8 a game before the tournament, was the main attraction for Dunbar and he scored 26 points and had 12 rebounds in the high-scoring 95-90 loss.
Junior Antoine Sain added 22 points.
Junior Mark Anderson, #32, chipped in with 9 points and 17 big caroms in the game.
Sophomore Aaron Pogue was in foul trouble during the contest but still scored 11 points and had 12 rebounds.
Dunbar head coach Peter Pullen