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McDonald's Hoop News: Girls high school basketball (12/17/12)

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Girls High School Basketball

Springfield 54, Mineral Ridge 45

Leetonia 47, Wellsville 25

Lowellville 52, Columbiana 47

Boardman 41, Ursuline 23

Struthers 81, Hubbard 46

Howland 46, Poland 36

Canfield 57, Fitch 52

Girard 50, Liberty 35

Jackson Milton 35, East Palestine 23

Maplewood, Pa. 52, Jamestown 27

Slippery Rock 49, Sharpsville 36

Butler 49, Grove City 40

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