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McDonald's Hoop News: Boys high school basketball (1/8/13)

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Boys High School Basketball

Mooney 52, Fitch 36

Campbell 58, Struthers 49

Poland 57, LaBrae 49 OT

Brookfield 56, Newton Falls 20

Lowellville 62, Southern 58

Mineral Ridge 70, East Palestine 66 OT

East 60, Massillon 63

Niles 56, Liberty 53

United 56, Jackson Milton 52

Crestview 73, South Range 63

Springfield 47, Lisbon 42

Bristol 95, Lordstown 74

Ursuline 65, Farrell 61

New Castle 84, Shaler 48

West Middlesex 46, Lakeview, PA 34

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