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The Stow boys basketball team celebrates after defeating host Cuyahoga Falls on Tuesday night. (Charles Mader/Ohio.com)
Cuyahoga Falls' Henry Shaw makes the layup despite being heavily guarded by Bryan Ritchie (Charles Mader/Ohio.com)
Cuyahoga Falls' Joshua Ricker posts up against a Stow defender during the matchup between the rivals on Tuesday at Cuyahoga Falls High School. He put on a tremendous effort for the Black Tigers continuing to play even after suffering an ankle injury in the third overtime. (Charles Mader/Ohio.com)
Though small in stature, Stow freshman guard Nathan Bower (12) scores in a crowd of Cuyahoga Falls. The Bulldogs won the game against the host Black Tigers 58-57 in triple overtime. (Charles Mader/Ohio.com)
Stow's Tyler Devitis scores on a lay up to cut into the host Cuyahoga Falls Black Tiger's lead. Stow ended up winning the game 58-57 in triple over time. (Charles Mader/Ohio.com)
The free-agency departures of three-time Pro Bowl center Alex Mack and right tackle Mitchell Schwartz seem to be haunting the Browns because their offensive line is trying to find its way with the Sept. 11 regular-season opener at the Philadelphia Eagles on the horizon.