Sports – Friday January 25th

| January 25, 2013
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High School Basketball

Semifinals of the Meadville Tournament

Northwestern girls     27

Hale girls                   45

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Mercer girls                  74

Meadville girls                22

Northwestern will play Meadville for 3rd place on Friday at 8pm

Mercer will play Hale Saturday afternoon at 3pm for the championship

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Mercer boys                55

Linn Co boys                51

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Meadville boys                60

Bucklin/Macon Co boys   52

Bucklin/Macon Co will play Linn Co for 3rd place Saturday afternoon at 1:30

Meadville will play Mercer Saturday afternoon at 4:30 for the championship

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Slater Wildcat Classic

Girls

Higginsville 59

Fayette 24

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Marshall 34

Sacred Heart 22

Boys

Marshall     56

Santa Fe     49 OT

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Sacred Heart   43

Glasgow          36

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Hamilton Tournament

Girls

Hamilton    67

Lathrop      38

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Trenton     62

Polo           32

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Boys

Gallatin                55

South Harrison   51

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Richmond      59

Trenton         54  (OT)

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Gilman City Tournament

Girls

Pattonsburg             37

North Harrison        27

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Gilman City      57

Princeton        50

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Boys

Ridgeway     65

Union Star   55

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Princeton               46

North Harrison     47

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Other area games:

Smithton Boys 47

Ballard              52

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S Callaway Boys        37

Salisbury                    64

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Lincoln Girls     36

Northwest        35

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Knob Noster Boys    54

Van Horn                  43

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Odessa Boys    54

Grain Valley     41

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College Basketball

EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. (AP) — Mark Yelovich had 24 points and eight rebounds last night to lead SIU-Edwardsville past Southeast Missouri State 80-77. The Cougars were down nine points in the second half before going on a 20-2 run. Corey Wilford led Southeast Missouri with 21 points.

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DETROIT (AP) — Newly released investigative reports show a Northern Michigan soccer player who drowned during a team workout in November had epilepsy and needed medication to avoid seizures. Police reports and other documents show 18-year-old Arianna Alioto of Columbia, Mo., may have had a seizure as recently as last summer. The medical examiner’s office ruled Alioto’s death an accidental drowning.

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