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McDonald's Hoop News: Boys high school basketball (12/14/12)

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Canfield 52, Struthers 34 

Salem 56, Marlington 40 

Hubbard 52, Fitch 44 

Mineral Ridge 62, South Range 53 

Lisbon 62, Jackson Milton 35 

Howland 76, Beaver Local 65 

Liberty 57, Champion 33 

Mooney 40, Youngstown Christian 24 

Newton Falls 55, Girard 47 

Bristol 114, Southington 59 

East Palestine 52, Crestview 43 

Springfield 58, United 34  

Brookfield 59, Niles 58  

Wellsville 85, Columbiana 36 

Southern 65, Leetonia 49 

LaBrae 37, Jefferson 22 

East Liverpool 67, Oak Glen W.V. 40 

Lowellville 70, Sebring 26 

Neshannock 49, Ellwood City 46 

Franklin 48, Grove City 27 

Cleveland VASJ 71, Warren JFK 33 

Hickory 59, Farrell 42  

Beaver Falls 68, Shenango 32 

Union 85, Wilmington 53

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