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Cohill Leads Namers Past Sandusky to Advance to Regional Finals

By Tim Bielik, Northeast Ohio Media Group on March 19, 2015 7:38 PM, updated March 19, 2015 8:25 PM BOWLING GREEN, Ohio — Dwayne Cohill had a game-high 26 points as Holy Name’s boys basketball team defeated Sandusky, 65-57, on Thursday in a Division II Bowling Green regional semifinal at the Stroh Center. The Green

Green Wave Wins District Championship

Coach Huber | March 15, 2015 The Green Wave basketball team made history Saturday by defeating Vermilion 65-50 to win the school’s first district championship in over 60 years. The Namers jumped out to an 18-9 first quarter lead and the Sailor never got closer than 4 points the rest of the way. Freshman Dwayne

Blog #3: Team

Coach Huber’s Blog Entry 3 – Team This is my tenth year of coaching high school basketball and my sixth as a head coach. I have never had as much fun coaching as I have this season. That may sound easy to say at this point since we just won the District Championship and are

Blog #2: Youth Player Development

Blog Entry #2 Youth Player Development The first entry in my blog talked about the pros and cons of AAU. The youth player development model in the United States is closely related to this topic, and I wanted to touch on that today. One thing that got me thinking about this was when I came

Coach Huber’s Basketball Blog – Issue 1

Coach Huber | February 23, 2015 Hi everyone, This is the first entry in my blog. My hope is that it’s a chance to share some of my thoughts on the game and helps provoke thought and discussion from those who read it. We are entering the stretch run of our season with three games

Chris Broussard Watches Namers Top Padua

Coach Huber | February 10, 2015 The Green Wave stormed to a 31 point fourth quarter lead on their way to a convincing 73-56 win over Padua. Up 8 at the half, the Namers outscored the Bruins 37-14 in the third and first half of the quarter. Four players scored in double figures, including sophomore