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Irish girls build lead, hold off Lisbon comeback attempt
Prince of Peace built a double-digit lead in the first half, watched Lisbon cut into in the second half, then re-established itself later to win 65-40 in Big East Conference girls basketball Friday night.
Irish boys rally but can't overtake Lisbon
Prince of Peace rallied from a double-digit deficit but couldn't quite get over the hump in the long run as Lisbon defeated the Irish 54-52 on Friday in boys basketball at Central Catholic Auditorium.
River Kings almost pull off upset
Clinton suffered its second heartbreaking loss in a row Friday, falling 53-49 to third-ranked (Class 2A) Davenport Assumption in boys basketball.
Genco wins MAC title
Clinton's first finalist of the afternoon, Hunter Genco, didn't sport the broad grin of a champion after winning the Mississippi Athletic Conference title at 120 pounds Saturday.
Irish overcome slow start
Prince of Peace overcame a slow start and outscored Cedar Valley Christian 37-13 in the second half of a 67-40 victory in non-conference girls basketball Friday.
Fulton finally gets by Amboy
Facing Amboy for the third time this season, the Fulton Steamers got it right Friday and walloped the Clippers 63-38 in Three Rivers Conference boys basketball.
Lancers whip Kings
North Scott refused to let Clinton hand it a third straight loss, beating the River Kings 60-31 on Friday in boys basketball
Slow start costly for Queens
North Scott defeated Clinton 55-31 on Friday in girls basketball.
Camanche girls win key contest
Camanche withstood Preston's challenge Friday and won 55-44 in high school girls basketball.
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