Friday, March 16, 2001

Ohio girls state tournament pairings

        Division I
        Beavercreek (26-0) vs. Cle. E. Tech (23-2), Friday, 7 p.m.
        Tol. Cent. Cath. (24-2) vs. Day. Chaminade-Julienne (24-2), Friday, 9
        Championship: Saturday, 8:30

        Division II
        Championship: McNicholas (21-6) vs. Canfield (21-6), Saturday, 2

        Division III
        Championship: Eastern Brown (26-0) vs. S. Euclid Regina (24-3), Saturday, 11

        Division IV
        Bedford Chanel (22-3) vs. Jackson Center (25-1), Friday, 2
        Worthington Christian (23-3) vs. Holgate (23-2), Friday, 4
        Championship: Saturday, 5

        Division II

        Canfield 54, Pemberville Eastwood 40
        McNicholas 48, Cols. Hartley 44
        Division III
        S. Euclid Regina 75, Wyoming 54
        Eastern Brown 52, Hamler Patrick Henry 46

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