Photo by Dana Cousins\wbex.com
Head Coach: Gary Kellough
Tip Off times are approximately 7:30pm unless noted otherwise.
* Denotes SEOAL game
|12-6||at Canal Winchester||60||42||1||0|
|12-10||at Dayton Stivers||64||46||2||0|
|12-13||at Logan *||63||54||3||0|
|12-16||at Jackson *||47||44||4||0|
|12-17||at Hamilton Twp.||46||24||5||0|
|12-23||vs Ak Buchtel at Ironton||50||68||5||2|
|1-13||at Gallia Academy *||51||37||9||3|
|1-20||Logan * (PPD to 1/24)||--||--||--||--|
|1-21||Gahanna (PPD to 1/31)||--||--||--||--|
|2-3||at Portsmouth *||34||56||11||6|
|2-10||Gallia Academy *||57||38||12||6|
|2-17||at Warren *||48||50||13||7|
|2-29||vs Sheridan at OU||47||32||15||7|
|3-9||vs Circleville at OU||65||30||16||7|
|3-15||vs St.Clairsville at OU||52||59||16||8|
Game Night with the Cavs
Dan Ramey, Pat Highland, Lou Postage and Jim Day set the scene for Cavalier basketball games.
The Gary Kellough Show
Dan Ramey Pat Highland
Jim Day Lou Postage
Dan Ramey and Pat Highland are in their 12th Cavalier basketball season.
Jim Day joined the team as sideline reporter in 2006 while Lou Postage joined the team in 2009.
Dan is in his 27th season as Voice of the Cavs and host of "Dan & Mike in the Morning" on WBEX.
Pat is a long time Cavs supporter, former president of the Cavalier Club . Jim found his spot along the sideline and in the locker room as a photographer at football and basketball games. Lou spent many years as head basketball coach at Pickerington Central and Adena High Schools and is the co-host of WKKJ's Vallery Ford Scoreboard Show.
Dana Cousins and Jim Day tag team on photography duties for wbex.com. For photos, visit www.danacousinsphotography.com or www.gamedayphoto.smugmug.com.
SEE THE CAVS GAME PHOTO GALLERIES
Photos by Dana Cousins\wbex.com
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Chillicothe 63, Logan 54 (No Photos Taken)
The three-point shot is a great catch up tool when they find their way to the basket.
Make the shot, get back and play defense and create another opportunity.
For Fairfield Union, it worked… for a while. But, as the saying goes “live by the sword, die by the sword”.
Adam Bixler’s only basket of the game was a layup late in the third quarter to give the Chillicothe (6-3) a 36-25 lead. The Falcons closed out the period with two quick baskets by Derek Clark to close the gap to 36-30. Clark then added a free throw to start the fourth for a 6-0 Falcons run and whittle the margin down to five.
MaLik London slammed a dunk to stop the bleeding for the Cavs, but Josh Stewart and Sam Green hit from beyond the arc and erased the Falcons’ 11-point deficit
at 38-37 with 5:40 remaining in the game.
To that point, the Falcons had landed seven of 18 attempts from three-point range… but needed a couple more.
London took over the final minutes of the game. Defensively, he blocked three shots down the stretch, added another dunk, hit a jumper and capped it with a free throw to give the Cavaliers
the necessary cushion to snap their three game losing streak for the 46-41 win.
The Cavs helped Fairfield Union stay in the game by losing the turnover battle 17-9.
London finished as the game’s leading scorer with 21 points, and he earned every one. Each time London got the ball, Falcons swooped in and he constantly had a Fairfield Union player dogging him in the paint.
The win was true “total team” effort. The Cavs were playing without their leading offensive player, Zach Johnson, who is serving a two game suspension. Aaron Elliott (12 points) answered a couple of Fairfield Union runs with 3’s of his own while Jalen Jones and Marcus Dunn chipped in 3 points apiece and Pierce Knisley came off the bench for a quick 5 points just before half time.
Clark paced the Falcons attack with 18 points.
The Cavs will need more help across the board when they host Warren (8-0) next Friday. The Warriors were 54-50 winners over Fort Frye Friday night.
NOTE: A correction to the Cavs schedule posted on wbex.com, the Warren game had originally posted as a road game this week. The correct schedule has Warren at Chillicothe January 6th and the Cavs headed to Vincent on February 17th.