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Dougherty girls take down Westover, Friday hoops wrap

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Friday's high school basketball scores:

Boys

Dougherty 40

Westover 66

 

Worth Co. 41

Monroe  66

 

Albany  64

Cairo  34

 

Crisp Co.  65

Americus-Sumter 53

 

Turner Co.  70

Echols Co.  36

 

Deerfield-Windsor  62

Southland   27

 

Westwood  69

Sherwood Christian 83

 

Girls

Dougherty  54

Westover  49

 

Worth Co. 26

Monroe  62

 

Albany  40

Cairo  37

 

Turner Co.  58

Echols Co.  17

 

Deerfield-Windsor  31

Southland  20

 

Westwood  54

Sherwood  26

 

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