Sweet 16: Girls regional basketball schedule

Updated through Thursday’s results


The following are this week’s girls high school basketball regional pairings. They are among the final 16 teams remaining in the state tournament. All the winners advance to next week’s state final fours at Ohio State University’s Schottenstein Center in Columbus.

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GIRLS REGIONAL BASKETBALL

Division I at Fairmont’s Trent Arena

Wednesday’s semifinals

Lakota West 60, Cin. Walnut Hills 31 

Mason 53, Cin. Mount Notre Dame 32

Saturday’s final

Mason 54, Lakota West 51

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D-II at Springfield H.S.

Tuesday’s semifinals

Bellbrook 42, Franklin 27

Tippecanoe 50, Bloom-Carroll 28

Friday’s final

Bellbrook 47, Tippecanoe 41

»RELATED: Fairmont girls fall to Lakota West

D-III at Springfield H.S.

Wednesday’s semifinals

Waynesville 40, Cin. Summit Country Day 35

Versailles 70, Williamsburg 27

Saturday’s final

Versailles 59, Waynesville 32

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D-IV at Vandalia Butler

Thursday’s semifinals

Minster 41, Tri-Village 27

Fort Loramie 32, Covington 27

Saturday’s final

Minster 44, Fort Loramie 28

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