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Boys High School Basketball

George Junior Republic 69, Slippery Rock 47

Girls High School Basketball

Lakeview 98, Campbell 23 - Lakeview's Allie Pavlik sets school record with 47 points.

Columbiana 80, Wellsville 33 - Columbiana's Kylea Fullum sets school record with 37 points. 

Howland 78, Beaver Local 18

Fitch 58, Hubbard 26

Brookfield 55, Maplewood 39

Newton Falls 53, Girard 35

Champion 61, Liberty 31

Poland 43, Niles 18

Jackson Milton 54, Lisbon 45

Grove City 31, Sharpsville 23

Farrell 56, Mercer 49

Hopewell 54, New Castle 36

Akron East 55, East 46

United 59, Springfield 40

Crestview 65, East Palestine 46

Minerva 60, East Liverpool 39

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