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Boys High School Basketball

Mineral Ridge 72, Southington 36

Canfield 47, Salem 40

East 68, Streetsboro 65

Girard 66, Springfield 60

Wellsville 75, East Liverpool 65

Franklin 51, Sharon 43

Laurel 53, Bishop Canevin 46

Sharpsville 62, Mercer 47

Grove City 46, Slippery Rock 36

Meadville 76, Farrell 63

Hickory 57, Oil City 50

Lakeview, PA 50, Wilmington 36

 

Girls High School Basketball

Newton Falls 44, Crestview 31

Canfield 41, Boardman 40

Ursuline 64, Brookfield 45

Youngstown Christian 50, Springfield 48

Columbiana 75, McDonald 35

Neshannock 46, Cornell 45

Kennedy Catholic 43, Girard, PA 38

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