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Since the fall of 2004 Davey1 has featured the most complete collection of Ohio Boys High School Basketball Schedules and results that can be found in one place anywhere on the internet.  We have gathered all of the schedules from the schools in the OHSAA Northwest District.  Nowhere else will you find the amount of information that we present here.
 

 

 

Read about our website in this Lima News article, published on February 17, 2005.
 

 

 

Davey1 Hall of Fame
Honoring NW Ohio teams that have completed the
Regular Season with an Undefeated Record.

With so much emphasis placed on tournament success, regular season accomplishments can be diminished over time. As a season progresses, you gain an appreciation of how difficult maintaining an undefeated record can be. An undefeated regular season is a tremendous feat.

With that in mind, we created the Davey1.com Hall of Fame to honor those teams from Northwest Ohio that finished their regular season undefeated.

Beginning with Davey1.com's first season of 2004-2005 to present, a total of eighteen teams from Northwest Ohio have completed a perfect regular season to earn this honor.

Congratulations.

2016-17
Upper Sandusky (24-1)

Upper Sandusky joins the Davey1 Hall of Fame for the 2016-17, completing an undefeated season with a record of 22-0.

  • Coached by Jeff Winslow

  • Forty-six game regular season winning streak

  • Thirty-four game Northern 10 Conference winning streak

  • Northern 10 Conference champions

  • Lima Senior Sectional title

  • Ranked #1 in final Associated Press Division II poll

  • Defeated Wapakoneta at Ohio Northern District before losing to Elida in the district final

  • Receiving all district honors from the Associated Press were Wes Vent (1st team), Jevon Dible (2nd team), and Ry Adams (HM)

2015-16
Lima Senior (29-1)

On February 20, 2016 Lima Senior defeated Mansfield Senior, of the Ohio Cardinal Conference, 81-69 to complete a perfect 22-0 regular season.  Led by Ohio Player of the Year and Ohio Mr. Basketball Xavier Simpson, the Spartans went on to win seven tournament games before being defeated in the Division I state championship game by Westerville South, 57-55.  Congratulations to Coach Quincy Simpson and the Spartans on an undefeated regular season.

  • Coached by Quincey Simpson

  • TRAC champions and Toledo district champions

  • Second straight district title with win over Toledo St. John's in district final

  • Defeated Lorain and Canton McKinley to win Akron Regional

  • First trip to state tournament since 1992

  • Defeated Wilmington in state semi-final game before losing to Westerville South 57-55 for the Division I state championship

  • University of Michigan recruit Xavier Simpson was Ohio's Mr. Basketball

  • Receiving all district honors from the Associated Press were Xavier Simpson (1st team), Marquevious Wilson (2nd team), Jarius Ward (HM), and Jaylin Thomas (HM)


Upper Sandusky (23-1)

Coach Jeff Winslow guided the Rams to an undefeated 22-0 regular season, winning the final game of the season over Galion, 61-55.  Upper Sandusky, finishing 16-0 in the Northern Ten Conference, went on to win over Wapakoneta, 62-55, before being defeated in the Division 2 District semi-finals at Ohio Northern University by Ottawa-Glandorf, 79-67.

  • Coached by Jeff Winslow

  • Northern 10 Conference champions

  • Lima Senior sectional title with win over Wapakoneta

  • Lost to Ottawa-Glandorf 79-67 in a Division II district semi-final game at Ohio Northern

  • Receiving all district honors from the Associated Press were Wes Vent (1st team), and Kameron Beekman (HM) 

 

2014-15
Gibsonburg (23-1)

Gibsonburg finished their regular season on February 27, 2015 with a win over non-league foe Hopewell-Loudon, 70-46.  Taking a bye in the first round of the tournament, they won a sectional final versus Fostoria St. Wendelin, 85-42.  The Golden Bears suffered their only defeat of the year in the district semi-final on March 10, 2015 against league rival Cardinal Stritch, 66-60.  Coach Brent Liskai was named AP All-Northwest District Division 4 Coach of the Year.  Golden Bear Jordan Kreglow, a 5 foot 11 inch senior, who broke the 1,000 point scoring mark during the season was named to the AP All-Northwest District 1st team, and teammate Bryce Ernsthausen, a 6 foot 3 inch senior was named to the AP All-Northwest District 3rd team.  Kreglow averaged 21.5 point per game and Ernsthausen averaged 16.4 points per game.

Sylvania Southview (24-1)

After finishing the regular season undefeated, Bruce Smith was honored as AP All-Northwest District Coach of the Year in Division 1.  The Cougars went through the regular season undefeated, however they lost in the District Final game at the University of Toledo's Savage Hall on March 14, 2015 to Toledo St. John's, 57-30.  Ben Casanova, a 6 foot 6 inch senior averaging 17.0 points per game was named to the AP All-Northwest District 1st team, Jeremiah Roberts, a 6 foot 4 inch senior was named to the AP All-Northwest District 2nd team, and Aerin West, a 6 foot 3 inch junior was named to the AP All-Northwest District 3rd team.

2013-14
Convoy Crestview (29-0)

Convoy Crestview capped off a perfect season with a 71-44 win over Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas in the Division IV state championship game.  The twenty-nine wins marked the most by an undefeated team since Ayersville went 30-0 in winning the Class A state championship in 1961.  Coached by Jeremy Best, the Knights were champions of the Northwest Conference and also defeated Division III state champion Lima Central Catholic by a 66-54 score.  In tournament play, Crestview won a sectional title at Van Wert and the Elida district.  In the regional at Bowling Green’s Stroh Center, Crestview defeated a pair of state-ranked teams in Ottawa Hills and Wayne Trace to advance to the state tournament for the third time in school history.  The Knights advanced to the state championship game with a win over state-ranked Tri-Village.  Crestview players receiving All-District honors from the Associated Press were Damian Helm (1st Team) Cam Etzler (HM), and Tyson Bolenbaugh (HM).

2012-13
Norwalk (24-1)

Division I Norwalk became the first team from Northwest Ohio to finish the expanded twenty-two game regular season with an undefeated record. The Truckers ran their regular season winning streak to forty-three games in completing their second straight undefeated season. Norwalk's last regular season loss was 55-52 to Huron in February, 2011. Coach Steve Gray's team won Northern Ohio League and Galion sectional titles.  A highlight of the season was a 70-55 win over eventual Division I state runner-up Toledo Rogers in a game played at Norwalk. The Truckers lost to Mansfield Senior by a 44-42 score in a Division I district semifinal game played at Galion. Norwalk players receiving All-District recognition from the Associated Press were Jeff Thomas (1st Team), Ben Haraway (2nd Team), and Jake Fetherolf (HM).

2011-12
Edgerton (24-1)

Champions of the Green Meadows Conference, Division IV Edgerton took home a Paulding sectional title and won the Napoleon district championship with a win over Kalida. That marked the second straight district title for the Bulldogs. In the regional tournament at Bowling Green's Stroh Center, Coach Matt Ripke's team defeated Colonel Crawford in a semifinal game before falling to Arlington 56-33 in the regional championship game. Edgerton's outstanding season came just three years after a one-win season. Bulldog players honored by the Associated Press on the Northwest Ohio All-District team were Brody Flegal (1st Team), Nathan Stark (HM), and Ben Riehle (HM).

Norwalk (23-1)

In their first season as a Division I team, the Truckers won the Northern Ohio League title as well as the Willard sectional and the Bowling Green district. The win over Anthony Wayne in the district championship game gave Norwalk their first district title since 1974 when the Truckers were a Class AA school. The N.O.L. championship was their first outright league title since 1962. Norwalk's season ended with a 40-32 loss to Division I state runner-up Toledo Whitmer in a regional semifinal game played at the University of Toledo. Receiving All-District honors from the Associated Press were Jeff Thomas (2nd Team), Jake Fetherolf (3rd Team), and Ben Haraway (HM). Coach Steve Gray's team had only two seniors on the roster.

2010-11
McComb (24-1)

Division IV McComb won the Blanchard Valley Conference breaking Liberty-Benton's string of five consecutive conference championships. The Panthers won a sectional title at Ottawa-Glandorf and the Liberty-Benton district championship with a one point win over Leipsic. That marked the second district title in three years for McComb. In the regional tournament at Bowling Green's Anderson Arena, the Panthers defeated Edgerton in a semifinal game before dropping a 37-34 decision to Continental in the regional championship game. McComb players receiving All-District recognition from the Associated Press were Mason Roth (1st Team), Taylor Hanes (3rd Team), and Andrew Dee (HM).

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Liberty-Benton (21-1)

For the third time in four years, Division III Liberty-Benton finished the regular season undefeated.  The Eagles finished the season having won eighty-four of their previous eighty-five regular season games going all the way back to February 2006 with the lone loss in overtime to Tallmadge in December 2008.  In 2010, L-B won a fifth straight Blanchard Valley Conference title running their BVC winning streak to forty-two consecutive games.  Coach Steve Williman’s team captured a sectional title at Findlay marking the twentieth straight season that the Eagles advanced to the district level.  Liberty-Benton lost their district semifinal game at Elida by a 52-39 score to eventual Division III state champion Lima Central Catholic.  L-B players receiving All-District honors from the Associated Press were Aaron Craft (1st Team) and Brett Pasche (HM).

Plymouth (24-1)

Division III Plymouth ran their regular season winning streak to thirty-seven games and Firelands Conference winning streak to twenty-nines games in completing an undefeated regular season.  The Big Red won a second straight Firelands Conference championship along with a sectional title at Lexington.  With a win over Ontario in the district final at Mansfield Senior, Coach Brad Turson’s team captured their third consecutive district championship and the school’s fourth district title in five seasons.  The previous district championships came as a Division IV school.  Plymouth’s 42-37 win over Archbold in a regional semifinal at Bowling Green marked the first regional win in school history.  In the regional final at BGSU, Plymouth lost 56-54 in overtime to eventual Division III state champion Lima Central Catholic.  Plymouth players receiving All-District recognition from the Associated Press were Brook Turson (1st Team), Brandon McCalley (2nd Team), and Mitch McKenzie (HM).

Port Clinton (26-1)

Division II Port Clinton won a Sandusky Bay Conference title with their undefeated regular season and added a sectional championship at Sandusky.  Coached by Troy Diels, the Redskins won their first district championship since 1943 with a victory over Bellevue in the district final at Ashland University.  In the regional at Bowling Green’s Anderson Arena, Port Clinton earned the first trip to the state tournament in school history with a 45-43 semifinal win over Defiance and a 66-55 win over Celina in the championship game.  In their Division II state semifinal game, the Redskins defeated Zanesville 51-50.  After leading at halftime in the championship game, Port Clinton fell 64-50 to Dayton Dunbar to finish as the state runner-up in Division II.  Port Clinton players receiving All-District honors from the Associated Press were Ryan Hicks (1st Team), Josh Francis (3rd Team), Allen Tigner (HM), and Derek Colston (HM).

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New Knoxville (22-1)

Defending Division IV state champion New Knoxville ran their regular season winning streak to sixty-three games in capturing a third straight Midwest Athletic Conference title.  That is the fourth longest regular season winning streak of all time according to the OHSAA.  Coached by Dan Hegemier, the Rangers added a sectional championship at Coldwater.  In the district championship game at Wapakoneta, New Knoxville’s forty-nine game winning streak was snapped by Ada by a 52-45 score.  The loss to Ada gave the Rangers a 74-2 record over three seasons.  New Knoxville players receiving All-District recognition from the Associated Press were Brad Piehl (1st Team), Ryan Vanderhorst (2nd Team), Austin Arnett (HM), and Caleb Allen (HM).

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Liberty-Benton (21-1)

In Div. 3 the Eagles lost to St. Henry, 51-38, in the District Semi-Final game at Elida.

New Knoxville (27-0)
New Knoxville finished a perfect season with a win over Worthington Christian, 74-52 in the Div. 4 State Championship game at Value City Arena on March 15, 2008.

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Liberty-Benton (26-1)

Liberty-Benton advanced to the Div. 3 State Championship game, losing to Cincinnati North College Hill, 50-45.

New Knoxville (25-1)
The Rangers advanced to the Div. 4 Regional Final and were defeated by eventual State Champion Georgetown, 60-57.

Toledo Christian (22-1)
The Eagles were defeated by Van Buren, 58-47, in the Div. 4 District Final at Liberty-Benton on March 9, 2007.

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Ottoville (21-1)

The Big Green were defeated on March 7, 2006 by Columbus Grove, 66-50, in the Div. 4 District Semi-Final game at Elida.

Willard (24-1)
In Div. 2, Willard, ranked #2 by the Associated Press, was defeated by #1 ranked Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary, 65-63, in the Regional Final game at the University of Toledo on March 18, 2006.

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Upper Sandusky (27-0)

The Rams completed a perfect season, winning the Div. 2 State Championship by defeating Wooster Triway, 94-86, in their final game on March 19, 2005.


 

 

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