Dayton recruit Cohill reaches scoring milestone

Holy Name senior becomes 51st player in Ohio history to hit 2,000 points


Highlights

Holy Name ranked seventh in Division II.

Dayton Flyers recruit Dwayne Cohill scored 19 points and reached the 2,000-point milestone in his career Friday for Holy Name High School in a 105-61 victory against Parma.

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Holy Name improved to 16-2. It ranks seventh in the state in Division II.

According to the Ohio Basketball Coaches Association website, Cohill is the 51st player in Ohio history to reach 2,000 points. Ohio’s all-time leading scorer is Jon Diebler, who scored 3,208 points for Fostoria and Upper Sandusky.

Cohill verbally committed to Dayton in September and signed with the Flyers in November. He’s currently the program’s only 2018 recruit. He plans to enroll at UD for the second summer session in June.


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