Danbury Lady Lakers

 

Head Coach: Adam Steinbrick
This Season: 8-15 Overall
Last Season: 7-15 Overall
Graduating Seniors: 1
Returning Lettermen: 6
Pre-Season Media Day Prediction: 6th of 9 teams (6-10)
2015-2016 Season Finish: 6th of 9 teams (5-11)

Season Review: The Lady Lakers were coming off a season that saw them finish in the middle of the TAAC standings and in 2015-16 were once again expected to be in the middle of the TAAC pack. The Lady Lakers met expectations. They were able to beat the teams they were predicted to beat, but could not come up with an upset of one of the perennial TAAC powers. However, the Lady Lakers were able to hold their ground in the conference with nine of the eleven players on the roster freshmen or sophomores. They will be an experienced team heading into next season and will look to move into the upper tier of the conference. That may prove to be a tough task as Danbury is one of the smallest teams in the conference with four TAAC opponents with twice the enrollment as the Lady Lakers.

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Rockets’ dream season ends with loss to Central Catholic

Oak Harbor fought valiantly to the end, but ultimately it wasn't enough as the Rockets ran into a Central Catholic team that could not be stopped, falling to the Fighting Irish, 63-53, in a Division II district semifinal matchup.

Oak Harbor, which trailed, 48-37, after Central's Alex Matus banked in a 3-pointer from 30 feet away at the end of the third quarter, went on a 16-8 run, cutting the deficit to three at 56-53 when Maddy Rathbun made two free throws with 1:09 to play. Unfortunately, Irish made their foul shots down the stretch and were able to put the game away. Central converted on 10-of-14 attempts from the charity stripe in the game's final eight minutes.

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Redskins knocked out of tournament by Lexington

Port Clinton Redskins
Overall: 10-12
SBC: 7-5
Last Week: Lexington 69-Port Clinton 50

For the Port Clinton Redskin faithful, much of the first half of their sectional championship game against the Lexington Minutemen was a reminder of what could have been. The Redskins were facing the number one seed with a stellar record of 20-2 at the Ashland Sectional and late in the second quarter the Redskins had the lead 25-23. The Redskins were at full strength after a season that saw players in out of the lineup mostly due to injuries.

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