Heartland Sports scores 2/26 - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

Heartland Sports scores 2/26

Here are your Heartland sports scores from Tuesday 2/26.

H.S. Basketball

Class 1 Playoffs (Boys)

Scott CC---83
Risco---77

Class 1 Playoffs (Girls)

Naylor---65
Scott CC---51

Class 5 Dist. 1 Semifinals (Boys)

Oakville---75
Poplar Bluff---61

Jackson---66
Seckman---53

Illinois 1A Sectional Semifinals (Boys)

Oblong---64
Woodlawn---60

Meridian---77
Goreville---65

Illinois 2A Sectional Semifinal  (Boys)

Nashville---72
Mt. Carmel---66

Class 3A Regional  (Boys)

Carbondale---67
Marion---49

KY 1st Region (Boys)

Graves County---58
Marshall County---44

Lone Oak---67
Fulton City---33

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