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Central Region Tournament quarterfinal scores

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Four boys teams and four girls teams are now just one win away from securing a berth in the state tournament and playing for a region championship.

Tuesday's Boys Quarterfinal Scores:

Armstrong 73, Matoaca 66

John Marshall 76, Highland Springs 55

Henrico 96, Thomas Jefferson 76

L.C. Bird 78, Douglas Freeman 70

Boys Semifinals:

Armstrong vs. John Marshall- Thursday 7:45pm @ Siegel Center

Henrico vs. L.C. Bird- Friday 7:45pm @ Siegel Center

Tuesday's Girls Quarterfinal Scores:

Meadowbrook 56, Glen Allen 48

L.C. Bird 55, Mills Godwin 37

Highland Springs 86, Prince George 46

Cosby 68, Patrick Henry 31

Girls Semifinals

Meadowbrook vs. L.C. Bird- Thursday 6:00pm @ Siegel Center

Highland Springs vs. Cosby- Friday 6:00pm @ Siegel Center

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