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McDonald's Hoop News: Boys high school basketball (1/16/13)

Boys High School Basketball

Poland 45, Niles 41

Girard 52, Warren JFK 41

Wellsville 91, Sebring 62

Fitch 47, Jefferson 46

Howland 85, Struthers 54

Leetonia 56, Lowellville 51

Py Valley 54, Hubbard 33

Springfield 53, East Palestine 46

Bristol 65, Garfield 63

Canfield 59, Alliance 57 OT

Brookfield 66, LaBrae 61

Liberty 64, Salem 83

New Castle 75, Hampton 54

West Middlesex 89, Reynolds 40

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