Brandon Rice led the Sailors in scoring, rebounding and field goal percentage this season.
The Golden Flashes have shot over 61% from the free throw this season as a team.
After last night’s win against Struthers, Fitch is now 16-3.
Lowellville improves to 17-3 after their win against East Palestine.
The Springfield Tigers wrapped up the ITCL season with a hard-fought 74-68 victory over the Crestview Rebels Friday night.
Cardinal Mooney got off to a 15-0 start and did not look back against Youngstown Christian.
Farrell placed four players in double-figures in a dominant 74-39 win over Sharon Friday night.
Columbiana posted their victory behind Devin Rice’s 14 points.
Senior Jessie Driver had a game-high 34 points to lead Austintown Fitch past Struthers Friday.
Kennedy held onto a 2-point lead entering the final quarter. Trinity scored 26 over the last eight minutes to secure the victory.
Greg Parella scored 18 points as Ursuline beat Boardman, 56-31.
Four players reach double-figures for Niles, as the Red Dragons defeat Hubbard 65-56 on Friday night.
Poland outscored Howland, 42-12 in the 3rd quarter to get a 92-49 victory.
Lakeview enters the post-season as a 20-win team who eyeing a district championship.
Howland will play at Perry in the sectional semifinal on Monday, February 17.
Bristol readies themselves for a sectional final tilt on Saturday, February 22.
Poland’s Jake Wolfe is a two-sport star in football and basketball, and posts a 3.83 GPA.
Kennedy Catholic used a balanced attack to take down Rocky Grove, 44-31, Thursday night.
The Hickory girls basketball team completed the program’s first-ever undefeated regular season with a 61-37 win over Grove City Thursday night.
The Tigers will try and play spoiler as Farrell is eyeing their first Region 5 championship since 2010.