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Westover sweeps Worth Co.

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High School Basketball   02/05/2013

Westover 68   Worth Co.  52  boys
Westover 71  Worth Co.   10  girls

Dougherty 49  Cairo  45  boys
Dougherty 54  Cairo  42  girls

Albany 47    Americus-Sumter 38  boys
Americus-Sumter 63   Albany 26   girls

Lowndes  64   Coffee  57  boys
Lowndes  44   Coffee  32 girls

Turner Co. 57  Colquitt Co.  36  boys
Colquitt Co. 58  Turner Co.  54  girls

Valwood 57  Terrell Academy  47  boys
Terrell Academy  65   Valwood  31  girls

 

 

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