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Big Board Friday basketball preview: Week 10

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As the regular season winds down, teams are fighting for position in their respective conferences in this week's Big Board preview.

The marquee game this week is the renewal of the Northview-Southview rivalry.

Southview is tied atop the Northern Lakes League with Anthony Wayne. Both schools have a 10-2 conference record.

Southview is averaging better than 70 points per game. The Cougars' leading scorer, Ryan Fries has 17.2 points per contest.

Northview is alone in fourth place in the NLL. While a conference title may be out reach, the Wildcats still have plenty to play for when they welcome their rival.

Despite an unimpressive league record, Northview still has winning record at 13-7.

While the Wildcats do not have any scorer among the top five in the league, Logan Jessing is averaging an 8.5 rebounds per game.

Big Board Friday will have highlights from 17 other games from around the area:

  • Wauseon at Evergreen
  • Archbold at Delta
  • Monroe at Bedford
  • Whitmer at Lima Senior
  • Pandora-Gilboa at Liberty Benton
  • St. John's at Findlay
  • Toledo Christian at Northwood
  • Rossford at Genoa
  • Fremont Ross at Clay
  • Lake at Eastwood
  • Napoleon at Bowling Green
  • Perrysburg at Maumee
  • Springfield at Anthony Wayne
  • Central Catholic at St. Francis
  • Rogers at Start
  • Waite at Scott
  • Woodward at Bowsher

Check the Big Board app for final scores and highlights from basketball action across northwest Ohio.

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