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March to Florence: Updated Lower State Scoreboard

SCHSL Lower State Semifinal local scoreboard. Winners of this round head to the Lower State Finals at the Florence Civic Center on Saturday.

Class 3A Boys
Midland Valley - 51
Myrtle Beach - 55
Final in overtime

Airport - 50
Darlington - 69
Falcons advance to Lower State Finals for second straight year

Myrtle Beach vs. Darlington at 6:30 on Saturday (Florence Civic Center)

Class 2A
Lake Marion - 92
Mullins - 59
Alex Brown: 28 points

Class 1A
Timmonsville - 54
Whale Branch - 60

Hemingway - 68
Johnsonville - 67
Zach Thomas: GW free throw with one second left

Hemingway vs. Whale Branch at 12:30 on Saturday

 

Class 4A Girls Scores
West Florence - 38
Dutch Fork - 45
Knights end season 21-5

Class 3A
Orangeburg-Wilkinson - 56
Myrtle Beach - 27

Class 2A
Kingstree - 49
Dillon - 50
Yolanda Campbell: 15 pts, 18 reb; GW three-point play with one second left
Lady Wildcats: Improve to 26-0

Dillon vs. Bishop England in Lower State Finals, approx. 2:00 (Florence Civic Center)

Class 1A
Hemingway - 45
Baptist Hill - 29
Lady Tigers stay alive to try and defend 1A state title

Timmonsville - 35
Latta - 40

Latta vs. Hemingway, 11:00 a.m. Saturday (Florence Civic Center)

Lamar - 56
Ridge Spring-Monetta - 49
Final in 2OT
Ya'shai Pauley: 29 pts

Lamar vs. St. Joseph's in Upper State Finals, 11:00 a.m. Saturday (in Greenville)

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