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Central Region Tournament: Boys 1st round scores

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RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) -

All four number one seeds were among the winners in Monday's Central Region tournament first round boys action.  The winners of Monday's games move on to Tuesday's quarterfinals.

Monday's Results:

Henrico 86, Huguenot 60

Thomas Jefferson 63, Dinwiddie 52

Douglas Freeman 62, Hopewell 46

L.C. Bird 95, Hanover 65

Matoaca 68, Hermitage 65

Armstrong 67, Cosby 51

Highland Springs 64, James River 57

John Marshall 72, Prince George 50

Tuesday's Central Region Quarterfinals:

Armstrong @ Matoaca- 7:00pm

Highland Springs @ John Marshall- 7:00pm

Thomas Jefferson @ Henrico- 7:00pm

Douglas Freeman @ L.C. Bird- 7:00pm

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