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South Range girls rebound from first defeat

Imparty scored 22 to lead Raiders to eighth win

Bulldogs roar to cage Cardinals

Kramer’s strong performance too much for Canfield

Undefeated South Range escapes close call

Western Reserve threw a scare into the Raiders.

Beany ignites Fitch victory

Ursuline drops to 0-5 record

Campbell wins again on road

Johnson scores 19 to lead Red Devils

Ursuline’s Harris a dominant force on the court

Dayshanette Harris had 34 points and 10 rebounds in a 73-65 win over Shaw.

Baker, Canfield planning (food) drive to the basket

All food and money donated during the games will go to the Second Harvest Food Bank.

HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP | More results from Wednesday plus state scores and upcoming schedule

GIRLS BASKETBALL Poland 52, Struthers 49 STRUTHERS Poland’s Jackie Grisdale hit the go-ahead

Wild and Woolley: Canfield senior steals momentum from Boardman in OT

Spencer Woolley scored 25 points in Canfield’s 64-58 win.

Unbeaten South Range holds off Mooney

Mike Cunningham scored 12 of his game-high 19 points in the second half.

Sophomore Ryan keeps rolling as Struthers downs Newton Falls

Carson Ryan had 16 points, 12 rebounds and six assists.

LaBrae lowers boom on Girard

Tyler Stephens led LaBrae with 22 points and Logan Kiser had 13.

PREPS | Tuesday’s results

BOYS BASKETBALL Howland 62, Lakeside 60 SAYBROOK The Tigers trailed the Dragons by seven with

McGraw scores 24 as Canfield tops Fitch

Canfield’s Ian McGraw doesn’t mind that he is the first player off the bench for head coach Todd Muckleroy.

McDonald survives furious Springfield rally

Zach Rasile made seven 3-pointers and scored 32 points.