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Jarron Cumberland, a 2016 Wilmington High School graduate, was inducted into the WHS Wall of Fame prior to Tuesday night’s varsity boys basketball game with Washington Senior High School at Fred Summers Court. Cumberland, now a freshman member of the University of Cincinnati men’s basketball team, is Wilmington and Clinton County’s all-time career and single season leader in points scored. He is among the all-time leading scorers in Ohio schoolboy basketball history. His father Scott and mother Cheryl were on hand for the induction. In the photo, from left to right, is Cumberland (left), WHS athletic director Troy Diels (middle) and WHS varsity boys basketball coach Michael Noszka (right).


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Jarron Cumberland’s father Scott and mother Cheryl with Jarron during the induction ceremony.


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Wilmington varsity basketball coach Mike Noszka with Jarron Cumberland during the event.


Mark Huber | News Journal

Jarron Cumberland, a 2016 Wilmington High School graduate, was inducted into the WHS Wall of Fame prior to Tuesday night’s varsity boys basketball game with Washington Senior High School at Fred Summers Court. Cumberland, now a freshman member of the University of Cincinnati men’s basketball team, is Wilmington and Clinton County’s all-time career and single season leader in points scored. He is among the all-time leading scorers in Ohio schoolboy basketball history. His father Scott and mother Cheryl were on hand for the induction. In the photo, from left to right, is Cumberland (left), WHS athletic director Troy Diels (middle) and WHS varsity boys basketball coach Michael Noszka (right).

Jarron Cumberland, a 2016 Wilmington High School graduate, was inducted into the WHS Wall of Fame prior to Tuesday night’s varsity boys basketball game with Washington Senior High School at Fred Summers Court. Cumberland, now a freshman member of the University of Cincinnati men’s basketball team, is Wilmington and Clinton County’s all-time career and single season leader in points scored. He is among the all-time leading scorers in Ohio schoolboy basketball history. His father Scott and mother Cheryl were on hand for the induction. In the photo, from left to right, is Cumberland (left), WHS athletic director Troy Diels (middle) and WHS varsity boys basketball coach Michael Noszka (right).
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/web1_BBK_jarron1-3.jpgJarron Cumberland, a 2016 Wilmington High School graduate, was inducted into the WHS Wall of Fame prior to Tuesday night’s varsity boys basketball game with Washington Senior High School at Fred Summers Court. Cumberland, now a freshman member of the University of Cincinnati men’s basketball team, is Wilmington and Clinton County’s all-time career and single season leader in points scored. He is among the all-time leading scorers in Ohio schoolboy basketball history. His father Scott and mother Cheryl were on hand for the induction. In the photo, from left to right, is Cumberland (left), WHS athletic director Troy Diels (middle) and WHS varsity boys basketball coach Michael Noszka (right). Mark Huber | News Journal

Jarron Cumberland’s father Scott and mother Cheryl with Jarron during the induction ceremony.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/web1_BBK_jarron3-3.jpgJarron Cumberland’s father Scott and mother Cheryl with Jarron during the induction ceremony. Mark Huber | News Journal

Wilmington varsity basketball coach Mike Noszka with Jarron Cumberland during the event.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/web1_BBK_jarron2-3.jpgWilmington varsity basketball coach Mike Noszka with Jarron Cumberland during the event. Mark Huber | News Journal

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