Thursday, February 08, 2001

Ohio boys basketball scores



Cin. Finneytown 68, Cin. Deer Park 66

        Cin. Madeira 72, Cin. Indian Hill 60

        Cin. Mariemont 56, Cin. Reading 48

        Cin. Taylor 54, Cin. Wyoming 53

        Peebles 72, W. Union 54


Beachwood 54, Columbia 48

        Brooklyn 50, Cuyahoga Hts. 46

        Can. Cent. Cath. 65, Hudson WRA 62

        Can. McKinley 53, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit 48

        Cle. East Tech 58, Cle. Collinwood 45

        Cle. Glenville 101, Cle. East 62

        Cols. Beechcroft 70, Cols. Northland 58

        Cortland Maplewood 75, Lordstown 45

        Fairport Harbor Harding 89, Sts. John & Paul 50

        Findlay 76, Cle. S. 57

        Gates Mills Gilmour 64, Rocky River Lutheran W. 46

        Independence 78, Richmond Hts. 40

        Lutheran East 81, Thompson Ledgemont 41

        Richmond Dale SE 77, Beaver Eastern 52

        Solon 56, Kenston 36

        Southington Chalker 74, Bloomfield 31

        Wintersville Indian Creek 70, Martins Ferry 64, OT


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