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Published: Saturday, 1/18/2014 - Updated: 9 months ago

As conference play heats up, road wins get tougher for area teams

Scott rallies to beat Rogers on the road in CL

Playing on the road in City League boys basketball can be intimidating. A packed gymnasium Friday night at Rogers presented such a test for Scott. The Bulldogs met the challenge head on as senior guard Chris Harris led the way to a 68-57 victory with 26 points, 16 in the second half. PHOTO GALLERY

Senior leadership rises to tall task in Green Bears win

behind the dominant inside play of 6-foot-9 R.J. Coil, 6-7 Ellis Cummings, and 6-7 Geoff Beans — all seniors — the host Green Bears outscored the upset-minded Cardinals 19-4 over the game’s final 5:22 to emerge with a 49-41 victory. PHOTO GALLERY

Irish hang on for road win at Findlay

“Findlay’s a tough team to play, and when you play them here it makes it 10 times tougher,” Central Catholic standout DeShone Kizer said. “It looked like the whole community came out, and when you’re playing against not only five guys on the court but the rest of the crowd, it’s kind of tough.” Yet the Irish are nothing if not tested lately, and this time they passed it going away in a 50-47 victory.

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