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Niles coach resigns after parental interference

Michael Cappuzzello said his decision stems from “numerous altercations” with the parents of some players.


THURSDAY’s HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS AT A GLANCE

GIRLS BASKETBALL Poland 54, Girard 19 POLAND Sarah Bury notched a double double with 17 points


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Ursuline’s Harris reaches milestone, but Mooney wins

Dayshanette Harris reached 2,000 points for her prep career, but Camden Hergenrother scored 25 in Mooney’s win.


JBL Hoops Showcase comes to Struthers

Four Ohio teams will meet four Pennsylvania teams on Saturday.


Canfield holds off Poland’s surge

Cards rebounded from Friday’s tough loss


Spartans surge late for big win over Dragons

Anderson leads Boardman with 25 points while Niles’ Kane-Johnson scores 26


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Haas nets 25 to power Mooney win

Valley Christian kept Cardinals close


Ursuline rallies to down East

Keevey’s 6 in 21 seconds ignites Irish


McClellan’s late three lifts Lakeview in overtime

The Canfield Cardinals won the battle of 3-point shots, but it was a 3-pointer by AJ McClellan of the Lakeview Bulldogs that proved to be the biggest blow


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Kane-Johnson making his own way at Niles

Cyler Kane-Johnson needs just 205 points to break his brother’s Niles scoring record.


Speedy Harding zips past Garfield Heights

McGhee leads Raiders with 32 points


Thursday’s other high school sports at a glance

FOOTBALL PIAA State Championships Class 1A Farrell 55, Lackawanna Trail 20 Class 4A Erie


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Hunter’s double-double lifts Fitch over Ursuline

Austintown Fitch’s Sabria Hunter (33) and Ursuline’s Dayshanette Harris (11) battle for a rebound during a game Wednesday night. Hunter scored 33 points and Harris had 28 as the Falcons beat the Irish 62-52 at Fitch High School.


United Way Basketball Classic returns to Poland

Four games are scheduled from early Saturday afternoon into the evening.


South Range rallies late against Ursuline

The South Range Raiders didn’t waste much time finding their midseason form, even if it was the season opener.


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