Record-Courier staff report
Streetsboro High School football standout Dorian Williams will be continuing his academic and athletic careers at Princeton.
The 5-foot-10, 175-pound running back and defensive back made his decision official this week.
Williams finished the 2012 season with new school single-season records in yards rushing (2,221) and touchdowns (27).
Defensively, Williams totaled 72 tackles, eight tackles for a loss, two sacks, six interceptions, three pass break-ups and three forced fumbles.
He was named First Team All-Metro Division, Northeast Inland District Defensive Player of the Year and First Team All-Ohio.
Earlier this week, he was named to the roster of the OHSFCA's North-South All-Star Game in Dayton, which will be played on April 27.
Crestwood High School standout Dylan Kager became the school's all-time wins leader on Thursday.
During the Red Devils' 57-12 victory over Portage Trail Conference cross-division rival Southeast, Kager, wrestling at 138 pounds, pinned his opponent in only 54 seconds to secure career win No. 145 and a coveted spot in the history books.
Last season, Kager set a single-season record for most pins.
GARFIELD 57, EAST CANTON 44
Leading just 39-35 after three quarters, the G-Men outscored the visiting Hornets 18-9 in the final period to pull away for a PTC County Division victory Friday night.
Fred Maxey led Garfield (4-9, 4-4 PTC County) with 15 points and 11 rebounds, while Steven Lambert had 11 points and 11 rebounds.
Matt Pratt added 10 points for the G-Men.
For East Canton (4-8, 2-6), Hayden Miller sank three 3-pointers on his way to 19 points, while Alec Pennell had 13 points.
STREETSBORO 53, SPRINGFIELD 40
The visiting Rockets broke a 9-9 first-quarter tie by outscoring the Spartans 30-19 in the second and third quarters on the way to a PTC Metro Division victory on Friday.
Streetsboro took a 24-20 halftime lead, then went on a 15-8 scoring run in the third quarter to take a comfortable 39-28 lead into the final eight minutes.
Brandon Gency led Streetsboro (7-6, 6-2) with 16 points, including a trio of 3-pointers, while Jordan Matusik chipped in with 15 points.
Jacob Kitchen had four 3-pointers and tied teammate Victor Dorsey with a game-high 18 points.