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.
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Photos by Dana Cousins\wbex.com
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Chillicothe 63, Logan 54 (No Photos Taken)
As parents, we always want the best future for our children. It’s gratifying to see our kids excel or receive reward for their accomplishments.
Saturday was a morning filled with smiles for the family, teammates and friends as they celebrated MaLik London’s signing to play basketball for Cleveland State.
The shot blocking center for the Cavaliers made a new home in Chillicothe when he left everything he knew in North Carolina for a new life in Ohio’s first capital.
A middle school aged London recalled his first sight of Chillicothe “I remember seeing this whole field and asked ‘Where’s the rest of the town?’… and my dad explained a lot to me, he kept me understanding what was going to happen, and it came true."
That message was a new home which would not only groom his basketball skills, but also be a positive experience academically reinforced with good role models.
MaLik’s father Michael expressed thanks first to his mother for allowing him to move the Chillicothe. Then he shared his gratitude for the people he surrounded his young son with from educators to surrogate “basketball moms” and Coach Gary Kellough’s coaching staff, all of who London credited for making MaLik’s dream of playing college ball a reality.
So, what’s a kid with roots embedded in Tobacco Road, surrounded by the Duke-North Carolina-Wake Forest triangle, doing going to Cleveland State? London says while getting a call from Tar Heels coach Roy Williams was enticing, he felt Cleveland was the place for him. “When I was younger, my mom said we’d try for North Carolina, but sometimes you gotta wake up and realize… I felt more comfortable with Cleveland State.”
London says he wants to major in engineering at CSU.
But first, he plans on engineering a post season tournament run for his Cavaliers.
The Cavs (12-6) play at Ironton Tuesday.
CLICK HERE to hear Dan Ramey's interview with London