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Glenwood, Lee-Scott boys and girls all winners in region tournament

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The Glenwood and Lee-Scott boys and girls basketball teams all won their opening games of the AISA 1-AAA tournament on Friday.

The Glenwood boys knocked off Pike, 76-43. They advance to the semifinals on Saturday afternoon. The girls beat Macon East, 58-40.

For Lee-Scott, the girls knocked off Pike, 43-32, while the boys beat Macon East, 58-39.

In the girls game, Madison Prewett scored her 1,000th career point.

If all four teams win in the semifinals, they will meet for the region title.

BOYS:
Pike 43
Glenwood 76
*AISA 1-AAA Tournament

Macon East 39
Lee-Scott 58
*AISA 1-AAA Tournament

Bainbridge 62
Northside 55

GIRLS:
Macon East 40
Glenwood 58
*AISA 1-AAA Tournament

Pike 32
Lee-Scott 43
*AISA 1-AAA Tournament

Jonathan Huskey

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