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news and information Catholic Central senior Pat McHugh won the Division II state championship this afternoon, Feb. ugg usa 28, in the 100 yard backstroke at the Branin Natatorium in Canton. McHugh time of 50.78 seconds is a state record in D II because this is the first year the boys have swam in two divisions. He narrowly beat Canfield Ryan King (50.90). years now really, it been what I been working for, said McHugh on a cell phone on the way back to Springfield. crazy to think about all the hours, all the work, that it all came down to this. can imagine a more well deserving young man or woman, Central coach Steve Neely said. has worked so very hard. Watching him swim yesterday and today, all those years of training, I never seen a more determined swimmer. He just really went after it. He wasn going to be denied. YMCA swimmer Margo Geer of Fairbanks High School won the 50 free and 200 free. Lauren Funk of Kenton Ridge finished second in the 50 free and third in the 200 free. Despite outstanding records and OHC titles, the Trojans failed to advance past the sectional final, falling to Cincinnati Seven Hills in 2007 and Fayetteville Perry last season. But on Saturday, Feb. 28, the Trojans took care of business against Fayetteville, downing the Rockets 55 38 in a D IV sectional final at Monroe High School. Last year, the Trojans lost 44 41 to the Rockets. This year, Southeastern played more relaxed, said coach Jim Lightle. you start a game fast, especially in the tournament, you usually end up staying with the team you playing, Lightle said. year, we didn do that. We were tenative. I thought the seniors did a great job of stepping up. We been asking them to do that and they did today. Amanda Harvey and Katie Banion each had 11 points, while Amber Hayslip had six points. Lightle said Banion play was key against Fayetteville. feels great, Lightle said. stepped up genuine ugg boots and decided to play. We were able to get the ball inside to Amanda and Amber. (Amber) Rice hit enough to keep them honest. It a lot better feeling than last year. Trojans (18 4) advanced to play Houston (16 7), a 40 36 winner over Russia on Saturday, in a D IV district final game at Vandalia Butler Student Activities Center on Saturday, March 7 at a time to be determined. from now on is gravy, Lightle said. see how we play. If we execute against pressure, execute our offense and get the ball where we need to get ugg sales it and if they do what we ask them to execute our game plan, anything could happen. Houston a great team and the Shelby County League is tough. We see how we match up against them. Twelve years ago on this date, Feb. 28, 1997, the Catholic Central boys basketball team recorded its third sectional title in a row, beating top seeded Southeastern. Complete story on the jump. The workout was light the message Leslie delivered afterward was not. about how good you feel right now, he told his players. good as you feel now, if you lose tonight, it all over. taken. Indeed, the Irish showed anything but a letdown after Thursday upset of top seeded Southeastern, coasting to a 62 45 victory over Dayton Jefferson in a Division IV sectional final at University of Dayton Arena Friday night. Friday at UD. Seven Hills beat Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, 68 53, Friday. Still, Leslie was not much in the mood to celebrate after the game, despite the fact his team never trailed and was never truly challenged by the misfiring Broncos. He was more in the mood to talk about the Irish shortcomings, which among other things he listed was a tendency to give up lots of second shots. now, we a horrible boxing out team, said Leslie, whose team improves to 8 14. were sloppy. an extent, that true. But the Irish were somewhat limited, particularly in the first half, when 6 foot 4 Matt Talbott, one of the team biggest bodies, was sent to the bench with two quick fouls. When Talbott returned to the lineup the second half, he managed to pull down seven rebounds, put on some inside pressure and helped limit Jefferson second chances. In the interim, Central can thank the fates for senior guard Pat Shutte, who hit his first four three pointers on his way to a game high 24 points as the Irish built up a 27 15 halftime lead. had it going, Leslie said of Shutte. last five or six games, he been shooting the ball extremely well. opened the second half with a 12 4 run, then dropped things down a gear through the later stages, milking the clock as much as possible the final 10 minutes or so. were) not so much stalling, Leslie said, when you up 20 points, the clock on your side. Jefferson just couldn get anything to fall. The Broncos despite taking the majority of their shots almost directly under the basket shot just 34 percent for the game, missing all 10 of their three point attempts. Chris Wells added 13 for Central, while Donte Dubose came off the bench to lead the Broncos, 9 13, with 15 points. DAYTON JEFFERSON (45) Gooden 0 0 0 0 0, Hall 0 5 0 0 0, Mitchell 2 6 0 0 4, Shackleford 3 17 1 2 7, McDougle 4 8 1 2 9, Glover 2 7 0 0 4, Dubose 7 13 1 1 15, Parker 3 5 0 0 6. Totals: 21 61 3 5 45. CATHOLIC CENTRAL (62) Shutte 7 12 5 5 24, Wells 6 13 1 4 13, Brandewie 3 4 2 2 8, Moore 1 3 4 4 6, Ma. Talbott 2 7 4 6 8, Mi. Talbott 1 3 0 1 3, Federer 0 1 0 0 0, Doane 0 1 0 0 0. Totals: 20 44 16 22 62. have played with a ton of composure over the last three weeks of basketball after playing with none for the first three months, coach Kregg Creamer said. say that I could put a finger on the one thing that made us change, I be a lier. But our seniors are giving us good leadership. We mixing in a couple of sophomores with them, and they giving us great energy off the bench. has won four games in a row, a streak that started with two wins over Cedarville and continued with an upset of Southeastern.