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Basketball Roundup: Seymour Advances in Playoffs

The Seymour Lady Panthers advanced in the Class A Division I playoffs Monday night, defeating Haskell 51-29.

The Lady Panthers will face District 11-A Champion, #18 Albany, in the Area Round at a time and place to be announced.

Petrolia Beats Newcastle in Warmup

The Petrolia Lady Pirates, who won a coin flip against Seymour to take the District 10-A crown and first-round playoff bye, hosted #7 Newcastle in a playoff warmup game Monday night.

The Lady Pirates got 13 points from Samantha Nason to earn a 66-51 win over the visiting Lady Cats.

Petrolia will face the winner of Tuesday night's game between Santo and Miles in an Area Round game Friday.

Newcastle will face the winner of the game between Knox City and Woodson, set for 6:30 PM Tuesday night in Seymour.

 

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