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High School Sports Rewind: Jan. 13-Jan. 20


4:02 PM, Jan. 22, 2013 EST

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Relive some of the biggest happenings from the past week in Northeast Ohio prep sports.

-- Benedictine High School recently announced its seven-member 2013 athletic hall of fame induction class. Bob Urda, Charley Reynolds, Sal Collura, Dave Petschauer, Rick Switalski, Jim Lasher and Dan Carcelli will be enshrined on March 10.

-- Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary senior soccer player Robby Dambrot recently orally committed to attend the University of Akron in the fall and to join the Zips' nationally ranked men's soccer team.

-- St. Edward football standouts Anthony Young and LaVonte Robinson recently orally committed to attend classes and play on the gridiron for two different universities in the Midwest. Young has informally accepted a scholarship offer from Indiana while Robinson has informally accepted a scholarship offer from Eastern Michigan.

-- Massillon Washington senior football standout Kentrell Taylor recently orally committed to attend Kent State University in the fall and to join the Golden Flashes' gridiron program.

-- Hathaway Brown recently named Abby Taylor as its next varsity field hockey head coach. Taylor served as an assistant coach for the Blazers in the fall and played on HB's 2002 championship squad.

-- St Joseph Academy junior hoops standout Greta Burry recently orally committed to attend the University of Akron in the fall and to join the Zips' women's basketball program.

-- Akron Firestone standout senior football player Jerome Lane recently orally committed to attend the University of Akron in the fall and to play for the hometown Zips on the gridiron.

-- The Cleveland Heights softball team is set to play at a new home field this spring. The program's booster club is in the second phase of the construction project.

-- St. Ignatius standout senior soccer player Tyler Sanda recently tweeted that he will attend the University of Akron in the fall and join the school's nationally ranked men's soccer program.

-- Massillon Perry senior guard Jeremiah Jackson set a new program record for most points in a single game when he scored 45 points in the Panthers' 88-71 home win against Massillon Jackson on Jan. 18.

-- The Brecksville-Broadview Heights wrestling squad won the Bill Dies Memorial Tournament team title for the fifth consecutive season by compiling 255 points. Three Bees were crowned individual champions.

-- Uhrichsville Claymont won the team title at the 2013 Top Gun Wrestling Tournament in Alliance while Massillon Perry placed second and Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy placed third. The list of top individual placers is littered with grapplers from Northeast Ohio.

-- The University School varsity ice hockey team defeated Toledo St. John's Jesuit 2-1 in the championship game of the Mark Rasmus Memorial Invitational on Jan. 20 to claim the tournament title.   

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