The semifinal matchups resume Saturday morning, with the Parade of Champions commencing at 5:30 p.m. from Sharon High School.
West Middlesex improves to 10-14 on the season following their second playoff win.
United topped their rival Lisbon behind three double-digit scorers.
The Fitch senior is a senior captain and All Conference basketball player, that also carries a 3.85 GPA.
The Cardinals will face Canton Central Catholic Saturday at 1 PM.
The first-year team cracked the Top 25 National Poll earlier this season.
Rebels connect on ten three’s in tournament win
Reynolds featured three players who scored in double-digits in their loss tonight.
The YSU Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field teams have a lead after Day 1 of the Horizon League Championships.
Fitch senior Tim Kubacki also finished 4th in the 100 yard backstroke Saturday.
Boardman ended the regular season in winning fashion, topping Austintown Fitch 63-51 Friday night.
Cyler Kane-Johnson had 33 points for Niles but it wasn’t enough as Poland grabbed a share of the AAC-White Tier crown Friday night.
To finish up the regular season slate, the High School Basketball Game of the Week emanates from Fitch High School as two rivals square off.
The Penguins went just 4 of 27 from three point range against the Grizzlies Thursday.
Warren JFK held off Leetonia 46-45 in the Division IV Sectional Semifinals Wednesday night.
Three Eagles scored in double-figures as Warren JFK grabbed a win over their backyard rival Howland Tuesday night.
LaBrae rallied from a 10-point deficit to come away with a 55-50 win over South Range Tuesday night in front of a sellout crowd.
The Lions fell to Leetonia, 64-24 Tuesday in their final regular season game.
Bristol finishes off the regular season slate with a 19-game winning streak.
The Golden Eagles registered their first winning season since the 2008-09 season.
Girard has closed out the regular season schedule with wins in four of their last five outings.
The Vikings welcome the Raiders for a colossal clash on the High School Basketball Game of the Week on Tuesday.
Weirton Madonna was on a mission to win the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference championship Saturday afternoon.
The Youngstown Phantoms grabbed a key extra point with a shootout win Saturday night over Team USA.
Five Penguins scored in double-figures including two seniors as they ended their home careers with a win over Northern Kentucky.
Pelini scored the game-clinching basket on his 18th birthday.
Brett Butcher connected on a pair of three-point baskets as he totaled 21 points for the Warriors.
The Penguins led for more than 21 minutes, but lost to the Raiders, 68-64 Saturday.
The Spartans move on to the next round with a 68-42 win Saturday.
The Poland Boys Basketball Team completed the season-sweep of arch-rival Canfield with a 64-56 win Friday night.