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Congratulations to our CMAC student-athletes that were awarded All-Ohio honors for division 2 basketball!

First Team All-Ohio

Terry Durham, SR - Woodward High School

Special Mention All-Ohio

Giovanni Santiago, SR - Hughes High School

Honorable Mention All-Ohio

Chris'seon Stringer, JR - Taft High School

*Photos taken by Tony Tribble (Cincinnati Enquirer)

On Saturday, March 17, the Hughes Big Red varsity basketball team played at Trent Arena for the Regional Finals and a chance to go to the State Tournament.

After a slow start, Giovanni Santiago and company put forth a great second half effort to bring the score within six points during a stretch in the second half. At the end of the day however, the deficit was too much to overcome and Hughes' season came to an end.

Big games from DJ Brewton and AJ Smith helped significantly as the senior's left everything they had on the floor. After the game, Coach Wyant expressed how proud of his guys he was. Not only for an incredible tournament run, but for a historic season for the Big Red.

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After a hard fought Regional Semi-Final in boys division 2 basketball, there is finally just one CMAC team that remains alive. The Hughes Big Red had a huge second half at Trent Arena while defeating the Woodward Bulldogs after an incredible tournament run!

Led by Dwayne Rosado, who scored Hughes' first 15 points without missing a shot, combined with Giovanni Santiago pouring in 17 second half points, the Big Red were just too much to handle.

Demontez Cooper threw in 18 points of his own while Terry Durham recorded yet another double-double. The Bulldogs finish the season with a 17-10 record and have a lot to be proud of after coming together as a team and knocking out some of the top talent in Cincinnati over the past three weeks.

The Big Red are back in action on Saturday, March 17 at Trent Arena when they'll go head-to-head with Trotwood-Madison at 3:00 pm. Get your tickets now from Hughes High School!

(Photo taken by Tony Tribble - Cincinnati Enquirer Sports)

After an exciting afternoon of basketball at Hamilton High School, Woodward came away with an eight point win over Dunbar and the Bulldogs are officially District Champions!

Terry Durham dominated inside the paint on both ends of the court, while the guard tandem of Hakeem Thomas and Demontez Cooper controlled the pace of the game, while hitting vital free throws to keep the game out of reach!

Woodward advances to play Hughes on Thursday, March 15 at 8:00 pm at Trent Arena!

*Photo taken by Cincinnati Enquirer(Tony Tribble)

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