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Lee Co. boys come up short against Northside, Saturday's scores

Boys

Northside Columbus 58

Lee Co.   53

 

Albany 49

Colquitt Co.  51

 

Valdosta 57

Tift Co.   86

 

Randolph-Clay  62

Terrell Co.  60

 

Turner Co.  87

Lanier Co.  60

 

Calhoun Co.  60

Worth Co.  46

 

Wilcox Co.  60

Dooly Co.  59

 

Girls

Northside Columbus  54

Lee Co.  45

 

Albany  29

Colquitt Co.  64

 

Valdosta 48

Tift Co.  36

 

Randolph-Clay  69

Terrell Co.  25

 

Turner Co.  81

Lanier Co. 44

 

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