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State Representative Mike Henne (R-Clayton) today welcomed the Huber Heights Wayne High School boys basketball team to the Ohio House to be recognized for their state championship in Division I boys basketball.


“It is an honor to welcome such an outstanding group of young men to Columbus today to recognize their tremendous achievements, both on the basketball court and in the classroom,” said Henne.


Accompanying the team was Coach Travis Trice, Wayne High School Principal Dr. Reba Cosby, and Huber Heights City Schools Superintendent Susan Gunnell.


The Wayne High School Warriors finished the season 26-4, beating Westerville South in the state championship by a score of 66-57. The team also received national recognition, ending the year ranked as the 24th best high school boys basketball team in the nation by MaxPreps.


State Representative Mike Henne is currently serving his third term in the Ohio House of Representatives. He represents the 40th House District, which includes portions of Montgomery County.

 
 
 
  
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