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Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph forward Carlton Bragg, right, goes up for a shot against Lima Central Catholic forward Dantez Walton during the second quarter of the OHSAA Division III boys high school basketball championship game Saturday, March 28, 2015, in Columbus, Ohio. Bragg has committed to play for Kansas University.

Jayhawk-to-be Bragg wins state

Future Kansas University basketball forward Carlton Bragg scored 12 points with five assists against no turnovers to help his Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph team defeat Lima Central Catholic, 63-50, in the Ohio Div. III state high school championship game Saturday at Ohio State’s Value City Arena in Columbus, Ohio. By Gary Bedore

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