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Ontario and Senior High Look To Maintain First Place

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/29/2013

The Ontario boys basketball team (12-4, 8-0) will look to maintain first place in the North Central Conference this weekend as they host Crestline in conference play.  The Warriors, with five conference games remaining are the only undefeated team in league play remaining.  Goal number one for any season is to win the conference, more so this year maybe than before because this is Ontario's final season in the NCC after 20+ years as the school will become a member of the Northern Ohio League.  The Warriors have five conference games remaining Crestline, Galion, Riverdale, Wynford and Lucas, three of the games are at home.

Like Ontario, Mansfield Senior (12-3, 9-0) also remains undefeated in Ohio Cardinal Conference play entering this weekend as the Tygers get ready for two, both in league play against Ashland and Lexington, two teams they've already beaten the first time around.  Like the Warriors, the Tygers also have five conference games remaining with the Arrows, Minutemen, West Holmes, Orrville, all at home, then Wooster on the road to close out conference play.  Depending on how things shake out this weekend, Senior High could have a chance to clinch a share or win the OCC outright should they beat West Holmes at Pete Henry next week.  Heading into this weekend the Knights are two games back of Mansfield at 8-2 in OCC play. 

 

   
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