First Family in Boys Basketball


Greeneview seventh-grade boys coach Mark Mash (left) and Cedarville eighth-grade boys coach Grant Jacobs hold their postseason trophies after both teams won their respective Ohio Heritage Conference tournaments, Feb. 15 in West Jefferson. Greeneview defeated Greenon in the seventh-grade finals to finish with a 15-3 record, while Jacobs’ eighth graders defeated South Charleston Southeastern with two free throws with no time left on the clock for a 15-3 record of their own. Both teams won OHC South titles, both coaches are alums of their respective schools, and oh yeah … Mash and Jacobs are cousins.

Greeneview seventh-grade boys coach Mark Mash (left) and Cedarville eighth-grade boys coach Grant Jacobs hold their postseason trophies after both teams won their respective Ohio Heritage Conference tournaments, Feb. 15 in West Jefferson. Greeneview defeated Greenon in the seventh-grade finals to finish with a 15-3 record, while Jacobs’ eighth graders defeated South Charleston Southeastern with two free throws with no time left on the clock for a 15-3 record of their own. Both teams won OHC South titles, both coaches are alums of their respective schools, and oh yeah … Mash and Jacobs are cousins.


Greeneview seventh-grade boys coach Mark Mash (left) and Cedarville eighth-grade boys coach Grant Jacobs hold their postseason trophies after both teams won their respective Ohio Heritage Conference tournaments, Feb. 15 in West Jefferson. Greeneview defeated Greenon in the seventh-grade finals to finish with a 15-3 record, while Jacobs’ eighth graders defeated South Charleston Southeastern with two free throws with no time left on the clock for a 15-3 record of their own. Both teams won OHC South titles, both coaches are alums of their respective schools, and oh yeah … Mash and Jacobs are cousins.

Greeneview seventh-grade boys coach Mark Mash (left) and Cedarville eighth-grade boys coach Grant Jacobs hold their postseason trophies after both teams won their respective Ohio Heritage Conference tournaments, Feb. 15 in West Jefferson. Greeneview defeated Greenon in the seventh-grade finals to finish with a 15-3 record, while Jacobs’ eighth graders defeated South Charleston Southeastern with two free throws with no time left on the clock for a 15-3 record of their own. Both teams won OHC South titles, both coaches are alums of their respective schools, and oh yeah … Mash and Jacobs are cousins.
https://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2020/04/web1_CoachingChampions_PS-6.jpgGreeneview seventh-grade boys coach Mark Mash (left) and Cedarville eighth-grade boys coach Grant Jacobs hold their postseason trophies after both teams won their respective Ohio Heritage Conference tournaments, Feb. 15 in West Jefferson. Greeneview defeated Greenon in the seventh-grade finals to finish with a 15-3 record, while Jacobs’ eighth graders defeated South Charleston Southeastern with two free throws with no time left on the clock for a 15-3 record of their own. Both teams won OHC South titles, both coaches are alums of their respective schools, and oh yeah … Mash and Jacobs are cousins.

We inaccurately ran this photo and caption on April 11. Here’s the photo again, with the correct information. — Ed.

We inaccurately ran this photo and caption on April 11. Here’s the photo again, with the correct information. — Ed.