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Delay of game: Springfield at Wayne boys rescheduled for Jan. 24; other postponements

An anticipated winter storm that is projected to hit the area this weekend already has claimed one high-profile event: Springfield at Wayne in a boys high school basketball showdown of unbeatens.

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Wayne athletic director Jay Minton confirmed on Thursday night that Friday’s game has been postponed to Wednesday, Jan. 24 at Wayne.

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Minton mentioned by email that Springfield is not in school on Friday and it’s “not safe to send buses out.”

Wayne is 10-0 overall and tied with Springfield (9-0) atop the Greater Western Ohio Conference National East, both teams at 5-0. Wayne also is scheduled to host defending Division II state champion Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary’s at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

Wayne also has a Monday game scheduled against unbeaten Upper Arlington in the last of 20 Premier Health Flyin’ to the Hoop games at Fairmont’s Trent Arena (8:15 p.m.). Upper Arlington was ranked No. 1 among D-I teams in this week’s first Associated Press state poll and Wayne was No. 2.

Springfield’s David Sanford (with ball). Springfield defeated host Northmont 71-49 in a boys high school basketball game on Friday, Dec. 22, 2017. MARC PENDLETON / STAFF

Springfield is paired against Cleveland Heights in Sunday’s final Flyin’ game (8:15 p.m.). Flyin’ to the Hoop opens with two games on Friday, then six each on Saturday, Sunday and Monday during the Martin Luther King holiday weekend.

Springfield also will host Wayne on Friday, Feb. 9.

MONDAY’S POSTPONED GIRLS BASKETBALL GAME

Newton at Tri-County North, Sat., Jan. 27, 3 p.m.

FRIDAY’S POSTPONED BOYS BASKETBALL GAMES

• Alter at Fenwick, Sat., Jan. 20

• Arcanum at Newton, Sat., Jan. 27

• Badin at Roger Bacon, Tue., Jan. 16

• Brookville at Franklin, Sat., Jan. 13

• Bradford at Mississinawa Valley, Mon., Jan. 15

• Carlisle at Dixie, Mon., Jan. 29

• Coldwater at Parkway, TBA

• Delphos St. John’s at New Knoxville, Mon., Feb. 12

• Edgewood at Mount Healthy, Tue., Jan. 16

• Jonathan Alder at Spg. Shawnee, TBA

• Kenton Ridge at Bellefontaine, Tue., Jan. 23

• Lakota East at Fairfield, Tue., Jan. 16

• Lakota West at Oak Hills, Sat., Jan. 13

• Mason at Colerain, Sat., Jan. 13, 7:30 p.m.

• Miami East at Covington, TBA

• Middletown at Hamilton, Wed., Jan. 17

• Middletown Christian at Troy Christian, Sat., Jan. 27

• Monroe at Preble Shawnee, Mon., Feb. 12

• National Trail at Bethel, Tue., Jan. 16

• New Bremen at Fort Recovery, Mon., Jan. 15

• New Miami at Clark Montessori, TBA

• Northwestern at Ben Logan, TBA

• Ross at Talawanda, Tue., Feb. 6

• Springfield at Wayne, Wed., Jan. 24

• St. Henry at Minster, Mon., Jan. 29

• Tri-County North at Ansonia, Sat., Feb. 17

• Twin Valley South at Tri-Village, Sat., Jan. 20

• Urbana at Tecumseh, Sat., Jan. 20

• Versailles at Marion Local, Mon., Feb. 12

• West Jefferson at Cedarville, Wed., Jan. 17

SATURDAY’S POSTPONED EVENTS

• Bellefontaine powerlifting meet, canceled

• Brookville at National Trail boys, TBA

• Cedarville at Triad girls, Mon., Jan. 22

• Minster vs. Sheridan girls at Berlin Hiland, Sun., Jan. 14, 10:30 a.m.

• Northmont at Franklin boys, Sat., Feb. 3

SATURDAY’S ADJUSTED BASKETBALL TIMES

• Tri-Village at National Trail girls, 1 p.m. JV

• Troy at Springfield girls, noon JV, 1:30 p.m. varsity

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