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  • Danville’s Chris Severns, left, and Austin Hazen are in the mix trying to grab the ball away from Centerburg’s Derrick Israel, front, and Zac Holsopple, back, during Friday’s game. The Blue Devils pulled away late to post a 47-41 victory. style=

    Danville survives Trojan scare

    Danville’s Chris Severns, left, and Austin Hazen are in the mix trying to grab the ball away from Centerburg’s Derrick Israel, front, and Zac Holsopple, back, during Friday’s game. The Blue Devils pulled away late to post a 47-41 victory. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Sierra Basista (14) looks for the shot while teammate Maggie Hale guards two Delaware Hayes defenders including Allissa Beard (24) in the second quarter of Friday’s Ohio Capital Conference game. Basista would later hit the winning 3-pointer with two seconds left to give the Jackets a 36-34 victory. style=

    Jackets score 12 in final seconds to stun Hayes

    Mount Vernon’s Sierra Basista (14) looks for the shot while teammate Maggie Hale guards two Delaware Hayes defenders including Allissa Beard (24) in the second quarter of Friday’s Ohio Capital Conference game. Basista would later hit the winning 3-pointer with two seconds left to give the Jackets a 36-34 victory. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Emily Nussbaum drives the line while Delaware Hayes’ Kristen McMullen defends during Friday’s game. style=

    Jackets score 12 in final seconds to stun Hayes

    Mount Vernon’s Emily Nussbaum drives the line while Delaware Hayes’ Kristen McMullen defends during Friday’s game. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Hannah King tries to control a rebound while Delaware Hayes’ Miriam Aburmaieleh defends during Friday’s Ohio Capital Conference game at The Hive. style=

    Jackets score 12 in final seconds to stun Hayes

    Mount Vernon’s Hannah King tries to control a rebound while Delaware Hayes’ Miriam Aburmaieleh defends during Friday’s Ohio Capital Conference game at The Hive. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Kenyon College grad John Rinka speaks to a crowd at the Kenyon Athletic Center in Gambier on Friday. Rinka holds several basketball scoring records for the Lords. style=

    Kenyon hoops legend revisits campus

    Kenyon College grad John Rinka speaks to a crowd at the Kenyon Athletic Center in Gambier on Friday. Rinka holds several basketball scoring records for the Lords. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Some of the artifacts from the basketball career of Kenyon College grad John Rinka are on display at the Kenyon Athletic Center. style=

    Kenyon hoops legend revisits campus

    Some of the artifacts from the basketball career of Kenyon College grad John Rinka are on display at the Kenyon Athletic Center. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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