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Girls Basketball Tournament Draw Held Sunday

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  Original Published: 2/3/2014The girls basketball tournament draw was held on Sunday in preparation for the upcoming sectional tournament beginning the week of February 17th. In Division I, Mansfield Senior will play Oregon Clay at Fostoria on February 19th at 6:15pm, Ashland will play the second game that evening vs Anthony Wayne at 8pm. In Division II, at Mansfield Senior, Shelby will play Galion at 8pm on February 18th, the first game that evening will have Ontario vs Lexington at 6pm. The Shelby/Galion winner will play Clear Fork in the final the following Saturday at 8pm at Mansfield, the first game that evening will have Madison going up against the Ontario/Lexington winner at 6:15pm. In Division III, Wynford was seeded number one and will play the winner of the Mohawk/Crestview contest on Saturday, February 22nd at 8pm at Shelby in the sectional final. Second seeded Bucyrus will face the winner of the New London/Western Reserve winner in the final that evening at 6:15pm. While in Division IV at Ontario, top seeded South Central will play Lucas at 6:15pm on February 18th. The second game that evening will have Mansfield Christian vs Crestline at 8pm. The next night also at Ontario at 6:15pm Plymouth will take on Buckeye Central, followed by Colonel Crawford taking on Mansfield St. Peter's at 8pm. District semifinal play begins the week of February 27th.
   
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