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"'We came out and really trapped and pressed a lot earlier in the season than we normally do, and because of that we didn't build a base defense last year,'" Scott Aronhalt lamented. 'One of the things we're going to do this year is get back to playing more man-to-man and really put an emphasis on rebounding the basketball.'"


Looks like he is well on his way to learning the things Danes emphasize and usually do well. :)

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Actually I think his season starts this Friday according to the link.




I think I am going to follow this new link as it looks like it is more updated then the school site:




The article mentioned the Friday game as the home opener, so I assumed the other game was on the road. We should know soon...

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Per ESPN on Logan Aranhalt....


"Evaluation: Aronhalt will surprise you with his leaping ability and athleticism. He has a powerfully built body, resembling an undersized power forward. He rebounds and battles in the paint in the way that a power forward would, but he also has perimeter skills. He can step to the outside and connect from three-point land, but he also has the good leaping ability and strength that allows him to finish in traffic on the interior. He has good ball-handling ability, though he tends to get out of control at times by over-dribbling when he looks to take a bigger, slower defender off the dribble from the perimeter. He plays very hard and competes with a high level of intensity."


Coupled with the scouting report of Raffa and Lindfors. This looks to be a more athletic, quicker bunch of players then we've ever recruited. I like the apparent focus on bringing in more athletic, quick, intense kids. Both Logan and Anthony sound like jitter bug kind of guys.

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Game #2 stats:




Logan Aronhalt 0 1 7 7 0 0 0 5 0 0 9


Assuming those statistics are right, Aronhalt has not committed a foul in two games, and he was 7 for 0 from the charity stripe in this game.

They can't be right. If he had 9 total points (TP) then 1 FG made and 7-7 FT adds up. A positive number in minutes played would look better too. First game he was 7-16 and 4-4 for 18 TP.

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They can't be right. If he had 9 total points (TP) then 1 FG made and 7-7 FT adds up. A positive number in minutes played would look better too. First game he was 7-16 and 4-4 for 18 TP.


I thougt it was funny that nobody had any minutes, and that Logan managed to score seven points from the line without actually going to the line.


While I am curious how many FTA he actually had, this information is better than none.

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Occasionally you'll see someone go in at the end of the game who plays but get's a 0+ in the minutes category because they don't play a whole minute. If that's the case here ESPN should have him ranked higher. Anyone who can score nine points and get five rebounds in under a minute has got to be great!

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Blue Devils roll to road victory at Warren

Staff Reports


VINCENT - In a battle of unbeatens, the Zanesville High School boys basketball team was the one to continue the trend.


Facing Southeast Ohio Athletic League foe Warren, the Blue Devils got a monster first-quarter effort from senior Logan Aronhalt, who netted 17 to help his team to a 26-10 lead. His effort during that span ended with an exclamation when he threw down an emphatic dunk just seconds before the buzzer.



Zanesville maintained a double-digit lead throughout the rest of the game and rolled to its fifth victory.


Warren Local slipped to 4-1 overall, 2-1 in the league.

With Aronhalt the main cog, the Blue Devils opened up a 16-0 lead.


The Blue Devils were able to overcome foul trouble in the third quarter and opened up a 47-27 lead before the final margin settled on 22 points.


Aronhalt finished with 30 points to lead the assault with Andre Harris adding a 13-point, 10-rebound effort. Cedric Harris added seven assists, four steals and four rebounds.


Warren, which played without two starters, including leading scorer Samuel Mayjoy, was led by Boyd Brown's 10 points and Cory Hooper's nine.


The Blue Devils sank 20 of 51 field goals (51 percent) and knocked down 5 of 19 from three-point range (26 percent). Zanesville was also money from the free throw line, hitting 19 of 22 (86 percent)


With Harris leading the way, ZHS outrebounded Warren 36-30. Aronhalt and Joey Prati both yanked down four.


Warren struggled shooting the ball, hitting just 10 of 37 from the field (27 percent) and 2 of 11 for 18 but had a decent night from the foul line, making 20 of 29 (69 percent).


Warren captured the reserve game, 48-41. For the Blue Devils (2-3), Michael Lynn 14 and Allen Harris nine.

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I guess Logan has some decent hops!!!!!


From a southeastern Ohio website on Dec. 12th, this was from the game before the one mentioned above....


I thought the roof was going to cave in when Logan hammered that two-hander over their two big guys. Definition of "in your face."
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