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Three Area Girls Teams Earn Top Seeds

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/4/2013

The girls OHSAA basketball tournament draw was held this past Sunday with three area teams earning top seeds.  In Division I, Mansfield Senior picked up the number one seed and will open with Sandusky at Bucyrus on February 19th at 7pm in the sectional semi-final.

In Division II, Shelby earned the top seed and will play Madison on February 23rd at 8pm at Ontario.  In Division III, Upper Sandusky was the top seed and will play Ontario on February 23rd at Seneca East at 8pm.  And in Division IV, Mansfield St.Peter's earned the top seed and will play either South Central or Crestline on February 23rd at 6:15pm at Galion. 

The boy's tournament draw is coming up this Sunday with Division I at Galion, Division II at Bucyrus, Division III at Lexington and Division IV at Ontario and Norwalk. 

   
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