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Ohio Lottery Best of the Class 2013

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21 WFMJ, WBCB and the Ohio Lottery are proud to salute the Best of the Class for the 2012-2013 school year!

The list below corresponds with the numbers above.  We are taping a few more schools on Tuesday, June 4th.  Those schools will be added by the end of the week.

In addition to the videos, check out the photo slide show at the bottom of this page.

BOC#1

West Branch, South Range, Joseph Badger 

BOC #2

Mineral Ridge, Western Reserve, Columbiana, Campbell Memorial, Champion, Struthers,  Lordstown, Mohawk, Mathews 

BOC#3

Springfield Local, Girard, Leetonia, Bloomfield-Mespo, Maplewood, Chalker 

BOC#4

Boardman, Lowellville, LaBrae, Mercer, Howland, Sebring McKinley 

BOC#5

East Palestine, Canfield, Commodore Perry, Austintown Fitch, Ursuline, Cardinal Mooney, Jackson Milton 

BOC#6

Kennedy Catholic, Niles McKinley, Newton Falls, Poland (Boys), Youngstown Christian, Warren Harding, Farrell, Southern Local, Salem, Liberty 

BOC#7

Poland (Girls), Hubbard, West Middlesex, United Local, Brookfield

BOC #8

Lakeview, Sharpsville, Shenango, Reynolds, Union Area, Youngstown East, Crestview, John F. Kennedy

 

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