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Cleveland Charge are gone gone against the Go-Go

It started out well in the beginning with the Cleveland Charge sinking a three pointer to start the game. Then things seemed to get unraveled as the game progressed. At one point the home team was looking at a deficit of 25+ points. In the fourth quarter, things got lively as Cleveland cut the deficit to ten only to see the game slip away. The Capital Go-Go simply outscored and out stole us in the waning minutes of the game. It was Cleveland Rocks Night at the Wolstein as 3,375 fans arrived in the hopes of procuring a “pet rock” and seeing a rocking game.

In scoring it was Emoni Bates hitting for a game high 25 with four rebounds in 36 minutes. Sharife Cooper earned his eighth double-double of the season with 11 points and 10 assists in 33 minutes. Aleem Ford was good for 13 points and five boards in 28 minutes of relief off the bench. Isaiah Mobley rounded out the scoring with 16 points with seven rebounds in 30 minutes on the court.

With Capital City, they had seven players score in the double digits. Hamidou Diallo led the team scoring with 20 points hitting 10-of-14 with eight rebounds and three steals in 27 minutes. Michael Foster Jr. earned a double-double of 17 points with 10 rebounds and three steals in 27 minutes. Taylor Funk made good with 16 points, eight rebounds and three steals in 29 minutes and Devon Dotson added an additional 14 points, seven rebounds, nine assists and three steals in 38 minutes for the Go-Go. The nine steals were a deciding factor in the game.

The two teams meet again tonight at 7:00 p.m. at the Wolstein Center. Prior to the game the Center will be transformed into the Jus Nice Sneaker Convention that will be held from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Sneakerheads are invited to a bustling market featuring various vendors on hand to sell or trade some of the most sought out sneakers, vintage clothing, collectibles, sports apparel, trading cards, accessories and more. For more information go to


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Who is Mark Horning?

Over the course of my life I have worked a variety of jobs including newspapers, retail camera sales and photography. Eight years ago I embarked on yet another career as writer. This included articles concerning sports and cultural events in Cleveland, Ohio as well reviews of the many theatrical productions around town. These days are spent photographing professional dance groups, theater companies and various galas and festivals as well as attending various stage performances and posting reviews about them.  

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