So Haiby told assistant coach Chuck Love she was ready, and he quickly told Haiby to check in the game. Then Haiby asked Love whom she should go in for?
Corey Tripp’s dunk for Medina High School was SportsCenter’s No. 1 play on Tuesday night.
MEDINA, Ohio — Northeast Ohio was received plenty of attention on ESPN on Tuesday night. And it had nothing to do with the Browns, Indians or Cavaliers.
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Rather it was Medina High School senior Corey Tripp who laid claim to the No. 1 play of ESPN’s “SportsCenter” on Tuesday night — and rightfully so. In the third quarter of Medina’s matchup against Avon on Tuesday, Tripp recorded a steal and proceeded to dribble the ball up the court, dodging a defender with a behind-the-back dribble before slamming down a thunderous dunk over a defender.
“Wow. And if you do not think that is Tuesday’s top play, you’re Tripp-ing,” ESPN’s Neil Everett said, as