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Dillon, Myrtle Beach, Lamar looking for championships (H.S. Playoff Scoreboard)

SCHSL PLAYOFF SCOREBOARD FOR NOVEMBER 27TH
CLASS 3A - THIRD ROUND

Hartsville - 49
Myrtle Beach - 52
Seahawks: GW field goal as time expired
Myrtle Beach visits Midland Valley in Lower State Finals next week (7:30)
Red Foxes finish season 12-1

Georgetown - 12
Midland Valley - 27
Bulldogs finish season 9-4

CLASS 2A - LOWER STATE FINALS
DIVISION I

Lake Marion - 6
Dillon - 42
Wildcats improve to 13-0
Will face Newberry in state championship on Friday, 7:00, at Benedict College

DIVISION II
Marion - 12
Silver Bluff - 28
Swamp Foxes finish season 9-4

CLASS 1A
DIVISION I - LOWER STATE FINALS
Latta - 0 
Allendale-Fairfax - 28
Vikings finish season 9-4

DIVISION II - UPPER STATE FINALS
Ridge Spring-Monetta - 14
Lamar - 40
Silver Foxes improve to 10-3
Will face C.E. Murray on Saturday for state championship, 3:00 at Benedict College

DIVISION II - LOWER STATE FINALS
Lake View - 14
C.E. Murray - 16
Wild Gators finish season 10-3

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