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Sports : #1 Seeded Scotland County Tigers Win Novinger Quarterfinals
Posted by Tom on 2013/12/3 8:40:00 (208 reads) News by the same author

The Scotland County girls and boys basketball teams picked up quarterfinal round victories on Monday night from the Novinger Basketball Tournament.

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The Scotland County girls disposed of Bevier by a final score of 47-19, with the boys beating Brashear 69-21.

Other quarterfinal results from Novinger on Monday night were: Bevier boys 65, Atlanta 49, and Green City girls 25, LaPlata 19.

In the girls bracket, Scotland County and Green City have advanced in a Wednesday night semifinal (at 7:00), with Bevier and LaPlata dropping to a consolation semifinal (Wednesday at 4:00).

In the boy's tournament, Scotland County and Bevier will play in a semifinal (Wednesday at 5:30), with Brashear and Atlanta playing in a consolation semifinal (Wednesday night at 8:30).

Tonight (Tuesday night) from Novinger High School, Dennis Stephenson will bring you the season debuts for the Milan basketball teams, with the #2 seeded Lady 'Cats playing Brashear at 4 o'clock, and the #7 seeded Milan boys battling LaPlata at 5:30. Both games can be heard on Hot Country Z 101.7 and www.kgozfm.com!

The late session from Novinger tonight will have the #3 seeded Atlanta girls playing Novinger at 7 o'clock, followed by the #3 seed Novinger boys playing arch-rival Green City at 8:30.

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