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Western Reserve stuns McDonald

STRUTHERS Western Reserve forward Kade Hilles missed a game-winning shot against McDonald during the regular season last year. But Hilles redeemed himself with less than seven seconds left in the Division IV district semifinal game at the Struthers Fieldhouse on Monday night.

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South Range stumbles again at Salem

The Raiders’ season has ended in the district semfinals each of the last two years.


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South Range surges to district title with third-quarter run

Maddie Durkin and Dani Vuletich each had a double-double for the Raiders.

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Lisbon comes from behind to knock off Valley Christian

Autumn Oehlstrom’s foul shots with six seconds left gave Lisbon a 48-47 win over Valley Christian.

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Rasile sets scoring record in sectional final

The McDonald Blue Devils rolled to a 91-65 victory over the Wellsville Tigers in a Division IV sectional final.


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Howland guards come up big against Girard

Howland guards Frank Rappach and Connor Tamarkin combined for 38 points in a win over Girard.


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Bulldogs fight off improved Irish

POLAND Two years passed since Ursuline defeated Poland for a Division II district title and for the rematch, the circumstances couldn’t have been more different. The top-seeded Bulldogs hosted the ninth-seeded Irish on Friday night

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West Branch survives test against Howland

The Warriors won their third district title in four seasons.

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Quakers, Raiders advance to D-III final

Salem girls basketball coach Vince Nittoli can say he’s only coach to beat Columbiana twice this season.

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Valley Christian’s speed too much for Jackson-Milton

The win is the biggest in Valley Christian girls basketball history.

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Poland clinches crown outright

Bulldogs avenge their only defeat


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Corey Linsley watches Spartans win

BOARDMAN Boardman was Little Wisconsin on Friday night. There was more yellow and green – the colors of the Green Bay Packers – in the stands than the traditional maroon and white. That’s because the Spartans were welcoming home Corey Linsley, a Boardman graduate and the starting center with the Packers.

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Valley Christian girls rout Sebring

India Snyder scored 15 points and sister Imane added 12.


China Tate leads Liberty over Heartland Christian

China Tate scored 22 points, including several steals for easy layups.

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