Wayne jumped all over the Cougars from the opening tip establishing a 10-2 lead and never looking back. The Warriors had a huge run to open the second, building a 57-18 halftime lead. Wayne proved to be too much for the visitors from Westland, holding the Cougars to 6 points in the third quarter on thier way to a 116 – 44 home win.. Wayne had... read on
February 05 2011 •
By Marc F. Pendleton, DDN
Wayne (10-1) and Trotwood-Madison (8-3), the DDN’s 1-2 teams in Division I, haven’t played in boys basketball since 2006. But that time limit is up tonight when the Warriors host the Rams at 7:30 p.m.
Trotwood has skidded in midseason, going 2-3 in its last five games, including a 71-60 loss to Dunbar at Fairmont’s... read on
January 25 2011 • 0 comments
By Greg Billing, DDN
CLAYTON — Following a disappointing 81-57 defeat to conference-rival Wayne, Northmont high school boys basketball coach Jim Brown knew his Thunderbolts could play better.
Just down the hallway, coaching counterpart Travis Trice felt the same about his Warriors.
“I don’t think anyone should be surprised by it and it’s not... read on
January 21 2011 •
By Jeff Ermann, DDN
KETTERING — Markus Crider is one of the state’s best forwards because of his versatility. Wayne High School’s 6-foot-6 senior can dribble like a point guard, block shots like a center, dunk like a power forward and scream like a horror movie star.
Crider has a habit of unleashing celebratory roars after his... read on
January 07 2011 • 0 comments
Travis Trice and Markus Crider guided the Warriors to their 6th win of the season against visiting Reynoldsburg. Trice poured in 23 points and 6 assists, while Crider had 14 points of his own. The Warriors were pretty much in control from start to finish in this home win. Wayne will get back to conference play Friday against Fairmont at Trent... read on
December 30 2010 • 0 comments
DDN - By Kyle Nagel
HUBER HEIGHTS — Even as the Wayne High School basketball team began the season 5-0, coach Travis Trice saw some areas of concern.
They showed up again on Tuesday night.
Allowing a big fourth quarter and leading just briefly only twice in the second half, Wayne dropped a significant nonconference test to Lakota East... read on
December 29 2010 • 0 comments