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Boys Basketball Playoff Highlights & Scores

Boys Basketball Playoff
Scores

     
Whitehouse 69
JJ Pearce 48 F
     
Highland Park 61
Mt. Pleasant 38 F
     
Pittsburg 71
Bullard 49 F
     
Van 39
Liberty-Eylau 41 F
     
     
Edgewood 77  
Mount Pleasant Chapel Hill 48 F
     
Arp 70
Daingerfield 36 F
     
Avinger 78
Tenaha 63 F
     
McLeod 47   
Martin's Mill 55 F
     
Cayuga 60  
LaPoynor 58 F
     
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