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    Quote Originally Posted by Masterofreality View Post
    Jeez. If they are counting Georgetown High School as part of Cincinnati, they may as well count Romain Sato!!
    Yep

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    Quote Originally Posted by Masterofreality View Post
    Jeez. If they are counting Georgetown High School as part of Cincinnati, they may as well count Romain Sato!!
    Cincy to Middletown OH (Jerry Lucas) - 38 miles
    Cincy to Georgetown OH (Brian Grant) - 42 miles
    Cincy to Miamisburg OH (Romain Sato) - 44 miles

    I guess the cut off is 43 miles...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nuts4xu View Post
    Cincy to Miamisburg OH (Romain Sato) - 44 miles

    I guess the cut off is 43 miles...
    Well Dayton IS Cincinnati’s little sister. :)

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    To put Jaxson Hayes on the first team of that list is a sham. Clearly the writer did little to no research. Johnny Wolf played four years of Varsity hoops at St X and is the school's all time leading scorer. He also dunked on OJ Mayo. Hayes played one year on the varsity at Moe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chico View Post
    Not even an honorable mention for Josh Duncan? Just trying to make sure my alma mater if fully represented...

    I can't see the article either, but I'd like to see who was ranked and see where Denson fits. He was a pretty good player but he was all Purcell had in those days. If the list includes Middletown Cris Carter should be on it - that guy could play some ball.
    You're right Duncan should be on this list but I gotta respectfully disagree with you on the talent at Purcell in that era Chico. Just a year after Denson graduated they won the state championship in the big school division led by Dave Minor who made honorable mention on this list. They had a bit of a basketball Renaissance for a few years after that which produced some MAC type D1 talent.

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