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Boys High School Basketball

Poland 74 Springfield 50

Girard 61 Niles 46

Canfield 78 Boardman 67

Lowellville 62 Badger 50

Brookfield 57 Lakeview 42

Jackson Milton 60 Meadville Christian 33

Lisbon 62 West Branch 56

West Middlesex 60 Sharon 46

New Castle 87 Blackhawk 59

Laurel 76 Wilmington 61

 

Girls High School Basketball

Springfield 53 Poland 48

Howland 50 Mooney43

Hickory 59 General McLane 38

Mercer 61 Erie East 55

Kennedy Catholic 55 Rochester 32

Mohawk 64 Woodland Hills 30

Chartiers Valley 40 Sharpsville 37

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