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    Newark's Ali Cartnal drives to the basket during a 54-45 victory over Hilliard Bradley in a Division I regional final March 13.

    Newark girls advance to state

    The Newark High School girls basketball team took a 23-game winning streak into its first Division I state tournament.

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Wrestling

Warriors' Lieb places eighth at state tourney

Andrew Lieb capped a strong career with the Watkins Memorial High School wrestling team in the Division I state tournament March 12-14 at Ohio State.
Wrestling

Hornets' Harrell gets win at state

Licking Heights High School sophomore Josiah Harrell will learn from his first appearance in the Division I state wrestling tournament, according to coach Bo Ramsey.
Watkins Memorial Roundup

Lieb brothers advance to state tourney

The Division I state tournament was a family affair for the Watkins Memorial High School wrestling team, as senior Andrew Lieb and sophomore Alex Lieb were the Warriors' only representatives.
Prep Notes

Team play key for Newark in tournament

The Newark High School girls basketball team was far from a one-person show on its way to a Division I regional championship game.
Licking Heights Roundup

Harrell reaches state in wrestling

Sophomore Josiah Harrell represented the Licking Heights High School wrestling team in the Division I state tournament March 12-14 at Ohio State.
Licking County Prep Notes

Granville's Stone wins 100 backstroke title

During her four seasons competing for the Granville High School girls swimming and diving team, Abby Stone earned a spot on the Division II state podium 15 times and won four championships.

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