History in the making


The Wilmington High School boys basketball team will be gunning for history Saturday night in the form of the Elks of Centerville High School. Wilmington (26-1) will face Centerville (17-10) at 7 p.m. Saturday at Xavier University’s Cintas Center in the Div. I Cincinnati Regional championship game. The winner advances to the Div. I Ohio State Boys Basketball Championship tournament in Columbus next week.


Linda Rinehart | News Journal

Wilmington High School basketball players Dylan Beaugard (32) and Jeffrey Mansfield (at right) are greeted by fans following the team’s 40-37 win Wednesday over Cincinnati Moeller.


David Slaughter | News Journal

Wilmington High School guard Cameron Stewart (3) drives past a player from Cincinnati Moeller during Wednesday’s game at Cintas Center. The Hurricane defeated the Crusaders 40-37.


David Slaughter | News Journal

Jeffrey Mansfield (43), a Wilmington High School sophomore, is guarded by Cincinnati Moeller’s Keegan McDowell (2) during Wednesday’s game at Cintas Center.


David Slaughter | News Journal

The Wilmington High School boys basketball team will be gunning for history Saturday night in the form of the Elks of Centerville High School. Wilmington (26-1) will face Centerville (17-10) at 7 p.m. Saturday at Xavier University’s Cintas Center in the Div. I Cincinnati Regional championship game. The winner advances to the Div. I Ohio State Boys Basketball Championship tournament in Columbus next week.

Wilmington High School basketball players Dylan Beaugard (32) and Jeffrey Mansfield (at right) are greeted by fans following the team’s 40-37 win Wednesday over Cincinnati Moeller.

Wilmington High School guard Cameron Stewart (3) drives past a player from Cincinnati Moeller during Wednesday’s game at Cintas Center. The Hurricane defeated the Crusaders 40-37.

Jeffrey Mansfield (43), a Wilmington High School sophomore, is guarded by Cincinnati Moeller’s Keegan McDowell (2) during Wednesday’s game at Cintas Center.

The Wilmington High School boys basketball team will be gunning for history Saturday night in the form of the Elks of Centerville High School. Wilmington (26-1) will face Centerville (17-10) at 7 p.m. Saturday at Xavier University’s Cintas Center in the Div. I Cincinnati Regional championship game. The winner advances to the Div. I Ohio State Boys Basketball Championship tournament in Columbus next week.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_BBK_wil_studsection_lr.jpgThe Wilmington High School boys basketball team will be gunning for history Saturday night in the form of the Elks of Centerville High School. Wilmington (26-1) will face Centerville (17-10) at 7 p.m. Saturday at Xavier University’s Cintas Center in the Div. I Cincinnati Regional championship game. The winner advances to the Div. I Ohio State Boys Basketball Championship tournament in Columbus next week. Linda Rinehart | News Journal

Wilmington High School basketball players Dylan Beaugard (32) and Jeffrey Mansfield (at right) are greeted by fans following the team’s 40-37 win Wednesday over Cincinnati Moeller.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_BBK_wil_dylanmnsfldfans_ds.jpgWilmington High School basketball players Dylan Beaugard (32) and Jeffrey Mansfield (at right) are greeted by fans following the team’s 40-37 win Wednesday over Cincinnati Moeller. David Slaughter | News Journal

Wilmington High School guard Cameron Stewart (3) drives past a player from Cincinnati Moeller during Wednesday’s game at Cintas Center. The Hurricane defeated the Crusaders 40-37.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_BBK_wil_cam_ds.jpgWilmington High School guard Cameron Stewart (3) drives past a player from Cincinnati Moeller during Wednesday’s game at Cintas Center. The Hurricane defeated the Crusaders 40-37. David Slaughter | News Journal

Jeffrey Mansfield (43), a Wilmington High School sophomore, is guarded by Cincinnati Moeller’s Keegan McDowell (2) during Wednesday’s game at Cintas Center.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_BBK_wil_mansfield_ds.jpgJeffrey Mansfield (43), a Wilmington High School sophomore, is guarded by Cincinnati Moeller’s Keegan McDowell (2) during Wednesday’s game at Cintas Center. David Slaughter | News Journal
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