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Canfield and Cardinal Mooney end their relationship in varsity sports

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CANFIELD, Ohio – If you are a fan of Canfield and Cardinal Mooney playing each other in athletic events, you better had been at Mooney on Tuesday night.

The boys basketball game on Tuesday appears to be one of the last events between the two schools.

21 Sports has learned that the Canfield School District has elected not to schedule Cardinal Mooney in any future sporting events.

For many years the schools have played in most sports, including both boys and girls, with the exception of football.

Canfield will honor any contract already in place with Mooney and that basically includes tennis and golf.

Canfield Schools Superintendent Alex Geordan did not return our calls for comment.

Canfield and Mooney not playing is not new to high school sports in the area.

Poland and Mooney stopped playing varsity regular season games in 2005, but still maintain a relationship in some Olympic sports.

In Trumbull County, Niles and Warren JFK, according to our records, haven't played a varsity regular season sporting event since 1981.

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