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Central Tech girls basketball – Took McDowell to overtime and knocked off the Trojans 41-34 to take control of Region 7.
Cathedral Prep swimming - The Ramblers keep rolling with a win over Mercyhurst Prep to improve to 5-0 overall and 4-0 in Region 3.
Villa Maria swimming – Picked up a big win over Mercyhurst Prep to take over sole possession of second place in Region 3.
Reynolds boys basketball – Held off Lakeview by one point to improve to 3-0 in Region 2.
Cochranton boys basketball - The Cardinals are 4-0 in Region 3 play after a win over Maplewood.
Mercyhurst Prep boys basketball – The Lakers picked up two region wins in three days to improve to 3-0 in Region 4.
Grove City boys basketball – The Eagles keep on winning at 9-1 and remain just 1/2 game out of first in a brutal Region 5.
Reynolds wrestling – The Raiders ran through the Region 1 duals to improve to 7-0 in region play and needs just two wins to clinch the region title.
Harbor Creek boys basketball – The Huskies held off Warren in overtime to remain in first place in Region 6.
Cathedral Prep basketball – The Ramblers are in first place by themselves in Region 7 with a 58-44 win over Central Tech.
Wilmington girls basketball – The Greyhounds routed Lakeview to improve to 2-0 in Region 2.
Cochranton girls basketball - The Cardinals keep rolling Region 3 at 3-0.
Seneca girls basketball – The Bobcats routed defending D-10 Class AA champion North East to improve to 2-0 in Region 4.
Grove City girls basketball – The Eagles picked up another big win over a powerhouse by holding off Oil City 36-32 in OT to improve to 2-0 in Region 5.
Slippery Rock girls basketball – The Rockets handled defending D-10 Class AAA champion Franklin.