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PREP BASKETBALL.............

Note

Boys and girls basketball coaches are reminded to submit statistics for their teams in the City League, NLL, SLL, NWOAL and TAAC.

Girls coaches should send in their stats no later than noon Tuesday. Boys coaches should send in their stats no later than noon Thursday.

Fax to the Blade at 419-724-6116.

Boys

Games 7:30 p.m. unless noted

CITY LEAGUE

LAST NIGHT

Perrysburg 70, Clay 59

Scott at Cincinnati Hughes Center

TONIGHT

Findlay at Rogers

Start at Lima Shawnee

Monroe St. Mary CC at St. Francis

St. John’s vs. Woodward at Waite

Whitmer at Northview

NORTHERN LAKES LEAGUE

LAST NIGHT

Defiance 66, Anthony Wayne 59

Bowling Green 77, Eastwood 44

TONIGHT

Tiffin Columbian at Maumee

TAAC

TONIGHT

Ottawa Hills at Stritch

Danbury at Seneca East

NWOAL

TONIGHT

Archbold at Holgate

Defiance at Bryan

Hicksville at Liberty Center

Montpelier at Hilltop

Patrick Henry at Liberty-Benton

Monclova Christian at Swanton

GREATER BUCKEYE CONF.

TONIGHT

Marion Harding at Napoleon

MIDLAND ATHLETIC LEAGUE

LAST NIGHT

North Baltimore 59, St. Wendelin 50

Hopewell-Loudon 59, Old Fort 47

Carey 52, Tiffin Calvert 35

New Riegel 76, Seneca East 68

TONIGHT

Vanlue at Bettsville

Mansfield Christian at Fremont St. Joe

New Riegel at Mohawk

Hardin Northern at North Baltimore

SANDUSKY BAY CONF.

TONIGHT

Huron at Clyde

Edison at Port Clinton

Oak Harbor at Margaretta

Sandusky St. Mary at Perkins

BLANCHARD VALLEY

LAST NIGHT

Cory-Rawson 68, Waynesfield-Goshen 39

TONIGHT

Arcadia at Ada

Arlington at Delphos Jefferson

PUTNAM COUNTY

LAST NIGHT

Continental 75, Paulding 56

TONIGHT

Lincolnview at Ft. Jennings

Kalida at Wayne Trace

Miller City at Lima Perry

Crestview at Ottoville

GREEN MEADOWS CONF.

TONIGHT

Ayersville at North Central

Paulding at Tinora

OTHER NW OHIO

LAST NIGHT

Fostoria 74, Norwalk 69

Willard 76, Bellevue 63

TONIGHT

Hilliard Davidson at Fostoria

Columbus Grove at Spencerville

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Eastwood.............9.............9.............16.............10.............–.............44.............

Bowling Green.............28.............22.............10.............17.............–.............77.............

Eastwood: Albright 4-2-10, Speck 3-1-7, Szymanski 0-1-1, Mulder 2-0-4, Leady 3-1-1-10, Stickel 2-0-4, Snyder 4-0-8. Totals: 18-1-5-44.

Bowling Green: Fortney 1-2-4, Brown 0-1-1, Graffin 1-2-0-8, Frye 2-1-5, Vroman 7-6-20, Croyle 2-1-0-7, Hoehner 8-5-21, Radabaugh 1-1-3, Green 2-2-6, Hammersmith 0-2-2. Totals: 24-3-20-77.

JV: Bowling Green, 66-32.

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Perrysburg.............21.............14.............14.............21.............–.............70.............

Clay.............18.............16.............11.............14.............–.............59.............

PERRYSBURG: Dhondt 0-6-6-24; Konz 1-6-8; Hart 0-2-2; Andrews 2-4-8; Caig 5-2-12; Sigal 2-0-4; Winkleman 4-4-12. Totals: 14-6-24-70.

CLAY: Zenk 3-0-6; McDougle 9-4-22; Spencer 1-3-0-11; Graham 0-1-1; Nelson 2-1-0-7; Scarbrough 2-1-1-8; Taylor 1-0-2; Brower 1-0-2. Totals: 19-5-6-59.

JV: Perrysburg won.

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Norwalk.............14.............17.............25.............13.............–.............69.............

Fostoria.............20.............19.............19.............16.............–.............74.............

NORWALK: Hunter 3-4-1-19, Olanizon 4-0-8, Freriks 1-2-4, Johnston 6-6-18, Blair 9-0-18, Otti 0-2-2. Totals: 23-4-11-69.

FOSTORIA: Munoz 0-1-0-3, Crowe 1-0-2, Podak 0-1-1, M. Echelberry 1-0-2, Jon Diebler 7-1-8-25, S. Echelberry 0-1-1-4, Jake Diebler 6-2-1-27, Van Hoose 1-0-2, Hyde 3-0-2-8. Totals: 19-5-21-74.

JV: Norwalk, 57-43.

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Anthony Wayne.............10.............22.............11.............16.............–.............59.............

Defiance.............10.............14.............15.............26.............–.............65.............

ANTHONY WAYNE: Bayus 4; Cramer 3; Sadowski 4; Papenfus 11; Schmidt 2; McVicker 23; Zacharias 10; Kirby 2. Totals: 21-15-59.

DEFIANCE: Helton 21; Keel 20; Swary 6; Wagner 13; Nofziger 2; Schultz 1; Parker 2. Totals: 22-15-65.

JV: Defiance 47-35.

Girls

CITY LEAGUE

TONIGHT

Notre Dame at Eastwood

Start at Southview

St. Ursula at Rocky River Magnificat

Fremont Ross at Whitmer

Woodward at Evergreen

SUBURBAN LAKES LEAGUE

TONIGHT

Patrick Henry at Elmwood

Gibsonburg at Danbury

OTHER NW OHIO

TONIGHT

Ottawa-Glandorf at Napoleon

LOCAL HOCKEY.............

Junior A

SOO INDIANS 6, TOLEDO ICE DIGGERS 1

T: Delorenzo. Saves: Marriott 10, Kearney 23.

College basketball

MEN

Mid-American Conf.

TODAY

Marshall at Cent. Michigan, 2 p.m.

Ohio at N. Illinois, 3 p.m.

E. Michigan at Bowl. Green, 3:30

Buffalo at Toledo, 7 p.m.

W. Michigan at Akron, 7 p.m.

Ball St. at Kent St., 7 p.m.

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Big Ten

TODAY

Temple at Indiana, noon.

Michigan St. at Syracuse, noon.

Illinois St. at Illinois, 2 p.m.

Iowa at Missouri, 3 p.m.

Michigan vs. Fairfield at Madison Square Garden, 5 p.m.

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THURSDAY

Texas Tech 90, Minnesota 73

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TOMORROW

Texas Tech at Ohio State, 1 p.m.

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National

YESTERDAY

EAST

Boston U. 56, New Hampshire 51

Lehigh 64, Wagner 59

Maine 87, Hartford 63

NYU 69, Stevens Tech 65

Northeastern 82, Stony Brook 63

St. Rose 69, American International 68

UMBC 67, Albany, N.Y. 62

Vermont 67, Binghamton 60

SOUTH

Athens St. 77, Ala.-Huntsville 76, OT

Auburn 70, New Orleans 55

Centre 57, Sewanee 56

Chestnut Hill 62, Christopher Newport 57

Christian Brothers 83, North Alabama 74

Flagler 92, Mass.-Boston 56

Georgia Southern 97, Fort Valley St. 60

Indianapolis 95, N. Kentucky 92, OT

Kentucky Wesleyan 82, Wis.-Parkside 54

Lenoir-Rhyne 74, Kennesaw 71

Millsaps 65, Hendrix 63

South Carolina 78, Appalachian St. 58

Tenn.-Martin 76, Portland St. 65, OT

The Citadel 82, Army 58

Va. Commonwealth 66, Middle Tennessee 61

Valdosta St. 65, St. Leo 45

MIDWEST

Cent. Bible 53, Alice Lloyd 52

Cent. Methodist 80, Iowa Wesleyan 69

Charlotte 64, S. Illinois 59

Columbia, Mo. 75, St. Mary, Kan. 47

Dakota St. 72, Valley City St. 65

Drury 71, Cent. Arkansas 70

Earlham 83, Hiram 66

Kansas 86, Villanova 79

Lewis 82, S. Indiana 77

Missouri Baptist 79, Brescia 58

SIU-Edwardsville 75, Missouri-St. Louis 64

Si Tanka-Huron 69, Mayville St. 56

Simpson, Iowa 87, Luther 61

Spring Arbor 80, Alma 55

St. Scholastica 68, Edgewood 65

Upper Iowa 72, Cent. Iowa 66

Wabash 79, Allegheny 72

Westminster, Pa. 123, Kalamazoo 96

Winona St. 89, Minn.-Crookston 76

SOUTHWEST

Connecticut 92, Rice 83

Houston Baptist 73, Texas A&M Commerce 60

Ouachita 93, St. Edward’s 63

Texas 99, Texas-Arlington 79

FAR WEST

BYU 70, St. Mary’s, Cal. 55

Denver 88, S. Utah 82

Montana St. 83, Rocky Mountain 70

Oregon 92, Southern Cal 74

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WOMEN

Mid-American Conf.

LAST NIGHT

Miami at Missouri, 7

Robert Morris at Akron, 7

W. Michigan at Montana, 7:35

Winthrop at Ohio, 7

TONIGHT

Cleveland State at Bowling Green, 1

Toledo at Loyola-Chicago, 3

Marshall at Ball State, 3

Buffalo at Colorado, 7

DePaul at Northern Illinois, 7:05

TOMORROW

Winthrop at Akron, 2

Kent State at American, 4

YESTERDAY

EAST

Boston U. 56, New Hampshire 51

Lehigh 64, Wagner 59

Maine 87, Hartford 63

Northeastern 82, Stony Brook 63

UMBC 67, Albany, N.Y. 62

Vermont 67, Binghamton 60

SOUTH

Auburn 70, New Orleans 55

Georgia Southern 97, Fort Valley St. 60

South Carolina 78, Appalachian St. 58

Tenn.-Martin 76, Portland St. 65, OT

The Citadel 82, Army 58

Va. Commonwealth 66, Middle Tennessee 61

MIDWEST

Akron 55, Robert Morris 54

Cincinnati 60, Kentucky 52

Illinois St. 83, N. Iowa 74

Indiana St. 76, Bradley 55

Iowa 91, Illinois 73

Michigan St. 59, Indiana 41

Missouri 92, Miami (Ohio) 68

Ohio 96, Winthrop 66

Ohio St. 65, Wisconsin 46

Penn St. 47, Purdue 42

Wichita St. 78, Maine 59

SOUTHWEST

Arkansas 79, Memphis 75

Baylor 100, Sam Houston St. 47

North Texas 59, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 43

South Alabama 68, Oklahoma St. 59

Tennessee 74, TCU 66

Texas-Arlington 85, Texas-Pan American 46

FAR WEST

Army 70, Air Force 62

Utah 75, San Francisco 48

Wyoming 49, N. Arizona 38

TRANSACTIONS.............

BASEBALL

National League

CINCINNATI REDS – Named Jayhawk Owens manager, Bill Moloney pitching coach and Jamie Dismuke hitting coach of Double-A Chattanooga. Named Tim Elser assistant trainer.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS – Activated F Popeye Jones from the injured list.

TORONTO RAPTORS – Acquired F Robert Archibald from Orlando for C Mengke Bateer.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

NHL – Suspended Ottawa F Martin Havlat two games, without pay, for his actions in a Jan. 1 game.

ECHL

AUGUSTA LYNX – Announced D Paul Elliott has been assigned to the team by San Antonio of the AHL.

DAYTON BOMBERS – Announced G Andrew Penner has been assigned to the team by Syracuse of the AHL.

GREENSBORO GENERALS – Announced G Jamie Hodson has been assigned to the team by Team Canada.

READING ROYALS – Signed G Dave Marlin. Announced G Terry Denike and D Mat Snesrud have been assigned to the team by Manchester of the AHL. Suspended G Jason Cugnet. Loaned F Peter Hay to Worcester of the AHL.

COLLEGE

KENT STATE – Named Jon Wauford assistant defensive football coach.

PENN STATE – Announced F DeForrest Riley-Smith has asked for a release from his basketball scholarship.

PRO FOOTBALL.............

NFL

PLAYOFFS

TOMORROW

Tennessee at Baltimore, 4:30 p.m. (ABC)

Dallas at Carolina, 8 p.m. (ABC)

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SUNDAY

Seattle at Green Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX)

Denver at Indianapolis, 4:30 p.m. (CBS)

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SATURDAY, JAN. 10

NFC Divisional Playoff, 4:30 p.m. (FOX)

AFC Divisional Playoff, 8:15 p.m. (CBS)

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SUNDAY, JAN. 11

AFC Divisional Playoff, 1 p.m. (CBS)

NFC Divisional Playoff, 4:45 p.m. (FOX)

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SUNDAY, JAN. 18

AFC Championship Game, 3 p.m. (CBS)

NFC Championship Game, 6:45 p.m. (FOX)

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SUNDAY, FEB. 1

Super Bowl at Houston, 6:25 p.m. (CBS)

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SUNDAY, FEB. 8

Pro Bowl, 7:30 p.m. (ESPN)

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Injury Report

TODAY

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TENNESSEE TITANS (12-4) AT BALTIMORE RAVENS (10-6) – Tennessee Titans: QUESTIONABLE: WR Eddie Berlin (concussion); WR Tyrone Calico (knee); LB Rocky Calmus (leg); WR Darrell Hill (knee); RB Robert Holcombe (hamstring); DE Jevon Kearse (hip); LB Jordan Kramer (ankle); WR Derrick Mason (rib); QB Steve McNair (ankle/calf); WR Jake Schifino (leg); TE Frank Wycheck (ribs). Baltimore Ravens: QUESTIONABLE: LB Peter Boulware (knee); TE John Jones (hip); WR Frank Sanders (back). PROBABLE: C Mike Flynn (ankle); RB Chester Taylor (knee).

DALLAS COWBOYS (10-6) AT CAROLINA PANTHERS (11-5) – Dallas Cowboys: OUT: CB Andrew Davison (knee). Carolina Panthers: QUESTIONABLE: TE Marco Battaglia (knee). PROBABLE: DT Brentson Buckner (knee); WR Kevin Dyson (Achilles).

Tomorrow

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (10-6) AT GREEN BAY PACKERS (10-6) – Seattle Seahawks: OUT: G Chris Gray (knee). QUESTIONABLE: DT Rocky Bernard (toe); CB Kris Richard (stinger). PROBABLE: WR Darrell Jackson (ankle); DE Chike Okeafor (ankle); S Reggie Tongue (hamstring). Green Bay Packers: DOUBTFUL: LB Marcus Wilkins (calf). QUESTIONABLE: CB Mike McKenzie (toe); DE Chukie Nwokorie (wrist). PROBABLE: DT Gilbert Brown (knee); LB Na’il Diggs (shoulder); WR Donald Driver (ankle); QB Brett Favre (thumb); WR Robert Ferguson (Achilles); CB Al Harris (knee); WR Javon Walker (knee/hamstring).

DENVER BRONCOS (10-6) AT INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (12-4) – Denver Broncos: QUESTIONABLE: WR Ed McCaffrey (concussion). PROBABLE: RB Reuben Droughns (ankle); CB Kelly Herndon (hand); DT Darius Holland (ribs); G Dan Neil (ankle); RB Clinton Portis (ankle); T Ephraim Salaam (knee). Indianapolis Colts: OUT: TE Dallas Clark (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: S Cory Bird (shoulder); S Mike Doss (ankle); LB Marcus Washington (chest). PROBABLE: S Idrees Bashir (shoulder/arm); CB Cliff Crosby (groin); CB Nick Harper (back); CB Walt Harris (knee); LB Jim Nelson (collarbone); TE Marcus Pollard (knee); RB Dominic Rhodes (knee/shoulder); CB Donald Strickland (back/shoulder).

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MVP

VOTING

Peyton Manning, Indianapolis............. 16

Steve McNair, Tennessee............. 16

Tom Brady, New England............. 8

Jamal Lewis, Baltimore............. 5

Priest Holmes, Kansas City............. 3

Ray Lewis, Baltimore............. 2

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Winners

2003 – Peyton Manning, Indianapolis, and Steve McNair, Tennessee; 2002 – Rich Gannon, Oakland; 2001 – Kurt Warner, St. Louis; 2000 – Marshall Faulk, St. Louis

1999 – Kurt Warner, St. Louis; 1998 – Terrell Davis, Denver; 1997 – Brett Favre, Green Bay, and Barry Sanders, Detroit; 1996 – Brett Favre, Green Bay; 1995 – Brett Favre, Green Bay; 1994 – Steve Young, San Francisco; 1993 – Emmitt Smith, Dallas; 1992 – Steve Young, San Francisco; 1991 – Thurman Thomas, Buffalo; 1990 – Joe Montana, San Francisco

1989 – Joe Montana, San Francisco; 1988 – Boomer Esiason, Cincinnati; 1987 – John Elway, Denver; 1986 – Lawrence Taylor, New York Giants; 1985 – Marcus Allen, Los Angeles Raiders; 1984 – Dan Marino, Miami; 1983 – Joe Theismann, Washington; 1982 – Mark Moseley, Washington; 1981 – Ken Anderson, Cincinnati; 1980 – Brian Sipe, Cleveland

1979 – Earl Campbell, Houston; 1978 – Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh; 1977 – Walter Payton, Chicago; 1976 – Bert Jones, Baltimore; 1975 – Fran Tarkenton, Minnesota; 1974 – Ken Stabler, Oakland; 1973 – O.J. Simpson, Buffalo; 1972 – Larry Brown, Washington; 1971 – Alan Page, Minnesota; 1970 – John Brodie, San Francisco

1969 – Roman Gabriel, Los Angeles Rams; 1968 – Earl Morrall, Baltimore; 1967 – John Unitas, Baltimore; 1966 – Bart Starr, Green Bay; 1965 – Jim Brown, Cleveland; 1964 – John Unitas, Baltimore; 1963 – Y.A. Tittle, New York Giants; 1962 – Jim Taylor, Green Bay; 1961 – Paul Hornung, Green Bay; 1960 – Norm Van Brocklin, Philadelphia, and Joe Schmidt, Detroit

1959 – Charley Conerly, New York Giants; 1958 – Gino Marchetti, Baltimore; 1957 – Jim Brown, Cleveland.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL.............

Bowls

LAST NIGHT

Cotton Bowl, Dallas

$3 million

Mississippi 31, Oklahoma State 28

Peach Bowl, Atlanta

$2.1 million

Clemson 27, Tennessee 14

Fiesta Bowl, Tempe, Ariz.

$14-17 million

Ohio State 35, Kansas State 28

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THURSDAY

Outback Bowl, Tampa

$2.65 million

Iowa 37, Florida 17

Gator Bowl, Jacksonville

$1.825 million

Maryland 41, West Virginia 7

Capital One Bowl, Orlando

$5.1 million

Georgia 34, Purdue 27, OT

Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif.

$14-17 million

Southern Cal 28, Michigan 14

Orange Bowl, Miami

$14-17 million

Miami 16, Florida State 14

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TODAY

Humanitarian Bowl, Boise, Idaho

$750,000

Tulsa (8-4) vs. Georgia Tech (6-6), noon (ESPN)

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TOMORROW

Sugar Bowl, New Orleans

$14-17 million

Oklahoma (12-1) vs. LSU (12-1), 8 p.m. (ABC)

COLLEGE HOCKEY.............

CCHA

OVERALL RECORDS: Notre Dame 9-6-2, Michigan 12-7-1, Miami 11-7-2, N. Michigan 8-8-1, Lake Superior State 5-7-5, Ohio State 12-8-0, W. Michigan 9-8-3, Ferris State 9-8-2, Alaska-Fairbanks 8-9-0, Bowling Green 4-9-6, Michigan State 11-9-1, Nebraska-Omaha 5-12-3.

LAST NIGHT

Ferris State 7, Alaska-Fairbanks 5

Minn.-Duluth 6, Bowling Green 1

Michigan State 7, N. Michigan 2

W. Michigan 3, Lake Superior St. 3

TONIGHT

Alaska-Fairbanks at Ferris State

Bowling Green at Minn.-Duluth

Findlay at Notre Dame

N. Michigan at Michigan State

W. Michigan at Lake Superior St.

ECHL.............

LAST NIGHT

Wheeling 5, Toledo 0

Dayton 3, Cincinnati 0

Columbus 6, Louisiana 0

Reading 2, Johnstown 1

Trenton 5, Charlotte 2

Augusta 6, Roanoke 4

Greensboro 5, Florence 3

South Carolina 6, Florida 1

Peoria 4, Atlantic City 3, OT

Penscola 3, Texas 2, SO

Columbia 7, Mississippi 5

Las Vegas 5, Long Beach 3

San Diego 6, Idaho 1

Alaska 5, Bakersfield 2

THURSDAY

Fresno 4, Long Beach 3

TONIGHT

Bakersfield at Alaska

Charlotte at Augusta

South Carolina at Columbus

Gwinnett at Florence

Idaho at Fresno

Greensboro at Greenville

Louisiana at Mississippi

Florida at Pensacola

Johnstown at Reading

Trenton at Roanoke

Las Vegas at San Diego

Columbia at Texas

Peoria at Toledo

Dayton at Wheeling

TOMORROW

Johnstown at Atlantic City

Greenville at Augusta

Wheeling at Dayton

Charlotte at Florence

Idaho at Fresno

Columbus at Louisiana

Toledo at Peoria

Greensboro at Roanoke

Columbia at Texas

Reading at Trenton

BOWLING HONOR ROLL.............

300 game

Bob Capilla, Southwyck............. 300-165-184-649

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High Series

MEN (750 or better)

Steve Jones, Interstate............. 762

Clyde Englehardt, Jugs............. 761

Bob Ruckman, Jugs............. 754

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Women (650 or better)

Lola Baucom, Interstate............. 696

PREP HOCKEY.............

WHITMER 4, CENTRAL 1

W: Boze 3, Herron. CC: Brehms. Saves: Desmond (CC) 28; Bladel (W) 15.

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ST. FRANCIS 5, SOUTHVIEW 1

SF: Gaustad, Fox, Duncan, Geiger, Kersey. SO: Kutaish. Saves: Fournier (SO) 32; Hiltman (SF) 21.

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START 10, SPRINGFIELD 5

S: Tantardini 3, Schultz 3, Smith, Cohen, Soils, Mugler. SP: G. Baker 2, Pautz 2, N. Baker. Saves: Hawks (S) 19; Lapointe (SP) 58.



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