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Monroe loses rematch with Washington Co.

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High School Basketball Friday 12/28/2012

Colquitt Regional Medical Center
Washington Co.  59   Monroe   45  girls

Ronalda Pierce Memorial Holiday Tournament at Turner Co.
                  Boys
Coffee  72        Wilcox Co. 67  OT-Semifinal
Americus-Sumter 68  Calhoun Co. 64  Consolation
Stewart Co. 54          Fitzgerald  52    Consolation


               Girls
Coffee 58      Lowndes  51   OT-Semifinal
Tri-Cities 41   Stewart Co. 38  Consolation
Calhoun Co. 51  Fitzgerald 32   Consolation


              Border Wars Classic at Phenix City, Al.
Lee-Scott  65   Deerfield-Windsor 57  boys
Lee-Scott 51  Deerfield-Windsor  33  girls 

            Crisp Academy Holiday Tournament
Crisp Academy  41        Mount de Sales  36   2OT

 

 

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