Lisbon held off Springfield 55-53 in overtime in the Division III District Semifinals Tuesday night at Salem High School.
West Branch has advanced to the Division II Regional Finals following a 61-49 win over Holy Name Tuesday night.
McDonald advances to the Division IV District finals after a 75-67 victory over Lowellville.
Ursuline advances to the Division III District finals with a 74-44 victory over Newton Falls.
Max Wolfgang finished the year with a double-double (16.2 ppg, 12.2 rpg) average.
Kyle Kennedy and Sage Barringer accounted for 31 of the team’s 51 points per game this season.
Wellsville’s season came to an end following a 74-47 loss to St. Thomas Aquinas Monday night at Struthers Fieldhouse.
Girard ousted defending District Champion LaBrae 64-54 in the Division III District Semifinals Monday night at Howland High School.
Campbell is knocked out the Division III District tournament, with a 46-43 loss to Canton Central Catholic.
The top four seeds have advanced in four of the five area represented brackets.
Youngstown State senior Kendrick Perry has been named All-Horizon League First-Team for the third consecutive season.
Canfield have posted a 18-4 record through 22 games.
The YSU men hope the third time is a charm against Oakland this week.
Joe Cunningham and Andrew Armstrong have averaged a combined 27 points per game.
Western Reserve used a balanced attack to knock off Columbiana in a Division IV District Final, 48-39 Saturday.
Cardinal Mooney continued their tear in the Division II District Tournament, with a 75-42 victory over Crestwood Saturday.
Youngstown State’s Kendrick Perry scored 30 points on his senior night, but Oakland made big shots down the stretch and outlasted the Penguins 87-81 in a back-and-forth battle on Saturday evening at Beeghly Center.
The YSU Women fell at Detroit, 75-60 Saturday afternoon at Calihan Hall.
South Range topped Ursuline 50-39 in the Division III District Finals Saturday afternoon at Struthers Fieldhouse.
Champion defeated Struthers in the championship match to capture its school’s first boys bowling state championship.