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High School Playoff, Monday area scores

High School Girls Basketball Playoffs

Hattiesburg - 55

Harrison Central - 61

 

Wayne County - 66

West Harrison - 44

 

Poplarville - 37

Quitman - 67

 

Vancleave - 48

Laurel - 65

 

NE Jones - 47

FCAHS - 53

 

Richton - 38

East Webster - 61

 

Sumrall - 25

SE Lauderdale - 81

 

West Marion - 56

Wilkinson Co. - 94

 

North Forrest - 34

Pisgah - 58

 

Madison St. Joe - 35

Taylorsville - 48

 

Eupora - 26

Bay Springs - 51

 

Union - 52

Bassfield - 66

 

Junior College Basketball

Men

Jones County Junior College - 76

Pearl River Community College - 74  F/OT

 

Women

Jones County Junior College - 71

Pearl River Community College - 83

 

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