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HS girl hoops area playoff scores

4A

West Mesquite 55, John Tyler 37
Cedar Ridge 42, Pine Tree 32

3A

Lindale 68, Mt. Vernon 56
Bullard 58, Fairfield 54 OT
Madisonville 47, Brownsboro 33
Liberty Eylau 65, Canton 25

2A

Winnsboro 80, Harleton 22
New Boston 51, Tatum 43
East Chambers 61, Frankston 47
Edgewood 88, New Diana 58

1A-I

Broaddus 48, Overton 40

TAPPS

Bishop Gorman 52, Grapevine Faith Christian 17

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