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McDonald's Hoop News: Girls high school basketball (12/10/12)

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Girls High School Basketball

Columbiana 86, Sebring 32 

South Range 41, Springfield 32 

Lakeview 58, Niles 30  

Girard 65, Warren JFK 29  

Ursuline 55, East 51  

Fitch 61, Harding 38  

Poland 51, Champion 34 

Bristol 68, LaBrae 56 

Hubbard 48, Liberty 38 

Crestview 53, Jackson Milton 36 

Newton Falls 59, Windham 30  

Freedom 48, Laurel 38  

New Castle 35, Mohawk 30

Youngstown Christian 83, Campbell 21

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