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High school basketball roundup: 3/9

03/09/2014, 3:34am EDT

Bowsher High School players celebrate with their trophy after defeating St. John's Jesuit.

Rebels clamp down on Titans for district crown

City League champion Bowsher took advantage of a lengthy first-half scoring drought by St. John’s Jesuit and captured its first boys basketball district title in school history Saturday night, taking a 63-48 win in the Division I final at Savage Arena. READ MORE.

Eagles win regional for 3rd year in a row

The Notre Dame Eagles made history Saturday, becoming the first Toledo high school basketball team — boys or girls — to reach the state semifinals in three consecutive years. READ MORE.

Jackets drop district final

Perrysburg fell 43-29 to Mansfield in the Division I boys basketball district final Saturday at the Stroh Center in Bowling Green. READ MORE.

Archbold runs out of gas late

The Archbold girls basketball team knew the kind of havoc that Columbus Africentric could create on defense. The relentlessness of that defensive pressure ultimately got to the Blue Streaks as they fell 57-42 in a Division III regional final on Saturday. READ MORE.

Hot-shooting Defiance too much for Wauseon

Defiance proved to be too devastating from long range for Wauseon in a Division II district boys basketball final Saturday at Central Catholic. The Bulldogs buried 10 3-pointers in a 56-42 triumph over the Indians. READ MORE.

Liberty-Benton falls to Lima Central Catholic

Lima Central Catholic got off to a quick start and held on to defeat Liberty-Benton 56-48 in a Division III district boys basketball final at Ohio Northern University on Saturday. READ MORE.

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