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Historic Season Ends for Walnut Hills


COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Devonte Pratt's jumper with 52.8 seconds left broke a 50-50 tie as Toledo Rogers beat Cincinnati Walnut Hills 58-51 in a Division I semifinal at the boys state tournament at Ohio State's Value City Arena on Friday.

The Rams (21-7) play Mentor at 8:30 p.m. Saturday as both schools seek a first state title.
Sterling Gilmore hit one of two free throws for Walnut Hills (27-2) to make it 52-51, but four foul shots by Rogers' Clemmye Owens V put the game out of reach. Tribune Dailey Jr. capped the win with a dunk at the buzzer off a pass by Tony Kynard II, who had 25 points.

DJ Wingfield had 20 points for Walnut Hills, losers for the first time in 24 games.

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