Fitch is set to take on the winner of Hudson and Green next Saturday in the Copley District.
Poland and Canfield may be on a collision course for a third meeting in the Warren District.
LaBrae and Ursuline will begin tournament play next week in the Howland District.
Campbell and Springfield are the two top teams in the field.
Wellsville is seeking their fourth straight District Final appearance.
Second-seeded Maplewood will play the winner of Mathews and Bristol in the Sectional Final on Friday.
Six Falcons are shooting 70% or better from the free throw line.
Bristol finished 16-6 during the regular season.
Reece Bogan led the team in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals during the regular season.
Jake Clark and Braden Davison combined for 21.5 points per game during the season.
Eric Lloyd led the Rebels in scoring and rebounding during the regular season.
Lucas Nasonti has averaged 13 points per game during the regular season.
The Victory Christian Chargers closed out their regular season with a 48-34 win against the Troy Eagles Friday evening.
The Hickory girls became the first Mercer County basketball team to finish the regular season undefeated, in 27 years. Now the Hornets are looking to swarm the tournament.
East’s Terrell McClain scored 16 in the losing effort.
New Castle boys will play tomorrow while both Neshannock’s girls and boys will be in action this weekend.
The Golden Eagles are set to begin their tournament run in the Class A semifinals on Tuesday.
The Lady Wildcats have won 16 games and finished with over 40 rebounds per game this season.
Our Student Athlete of the Week is a three-year letterwinner in both soccer and basketball. This LaBrae senior battled injury her senior Year, but through hard work and dedication, she has still managed to come out on top.
The Struthers girls advance to the Division II District semifinals after a 66-52 victory over Streetsboro.