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Canfield finishes strong against Howland

The combination of Grace Mangapora, Serena Sammarone and Jill Baker led the Cardinals.

South Range overcomes slow start against Ursuline

The Raiders had their wake-up call

Harding rides defense to beat Mooney, get back at .500

Coach Andy Vlajkovich knows full well what the Raiders need to do in order to win games

Canfield’s 25-1 run changes momentum against East

Ian McGraw led a balanced attack with 17 points for the Cardinals.

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Cardinal Mooney rallies to topple Warren JFK

Mooney’s Anthony Fire scored five of his 11 points for the Cardinals (1-6) in overtime.

Poole-ing its resources: McDonald routs WR

Braedon Poole scored 36 points and went over 1,000 for his high school career.


BOYS BASKETBALL Moon Area 54, Canfield 51 CORAOPOLIS, PA. The Cardinals were outscored 18-4 in

Late surge kicks Springfield in to gear

Tigers took charge once they contained Zupko

Howland's late run too much for Boardman

Barrett ignites Tigers’ win over Spartans

Clausell's strong effort powers Girard triumph

Indians limited Brookfield to 26 points over three quarters


BOYS BASKETBALL Minerva 71, Salem 56 MINERVA Minerva pulled ahead after outscoring the

O’Shaughnessy goes baseline for Poland’s winning shot

Braeden O’Shaughnessy’s baseline fade-away won it for Poland.

Lengyl, Terranova step up for JM in OT

Lengyl’s six points in overtime, including all four free-throw opportunities and a 23-point outburst from Michaelina Terranova helped the Jackson-Milton girls to a 58-52 overtime win

Range remains unbeaten

Raiders limit Devils to 49 points

Warren JFK’s Taylor ices Ursuline’s youth

Gunther says victories are soon to come for 1-8 Irish