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Heartland basketball scores from Friday, Dec. 27

CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) - Here are your Heartland basketball scores from Friday, Dec. 27:

Southeast Missourian Christmas Tournament:

(1) Jackson-77
(8) Leopold-46
F

(2) Charleston-79
(7) Chaffee-46
F

(3) Cape Central-70
(6) Oran-42
F

(4) Notre Dame-63
(5) Scott County Central-65
F

(12) Scott City-64
(13) Kelly-50
F

(10) Advance-85
(15) Bell City-59
F

(10) Woodland-51
(14) Meadow Heights-34
F

(9) Oak Ridge-65
(16) Delta-32    
F

Bloomfield Christmas Tournament:

(1) Kennett-85
(9) Malden-41
F

(2) Hayti-69
(7) Dexter-57
F

(3) Bernie-62
(6) Twin Rivers-45
F

(4) South Pemiscot-65
(12) Bloomfield-43

(15) Van Buren-59
(10) Portageville-56
F

(14) Puxico-81
(11) East Prairie-71
F

(5) Saxony Lutheran-60
(13) Doniphan-52
F

(16) Richland-60
(8) Holcomb-88
F

St. Dominic Christmas Tournament: 

Sikeston-89
Holt-70
F

Park Hills Holiday Tournament:

Perryville-60
Arcadia Valley-68
F

Carbondale Holiday Tournament:

McEachern (GA)-43
Carbondale-44
F

Carterville-47
Paducah St. Mary's-58

Murphysboro-41
Madison-57
F

Duster Thomas Hoops Classic at Pinckneyville H.S.:

Chester-58
Trenton-67
F

Lyon County-44
Benton-60
F

Trenton-43
Pinckneyville-65
F

Jerseyville-68
Du Quoin-44
F

Benton-51
Gibault-61
F

Chester-42
Pinckneyville-47
F

Du Quoin-41
Tolono-40
F

Sesser-Valier Holiday Tournament:

Goreville-79
Christopher-74
F/3OT

Johnston City-60
New Athens-51
F

Eldorado Holiday Tournament:

Meridian-70
West Frankfort-67
F

Gallatin Co.-50
Hamilton Co.-46
F

Hardin Co.-46
Eldorado-55
F

Harrisburg-63
Herrin-52
F

Benton Christmas Classic Girls Tournament:

Benton-54
Marion-35
F

Carterville-71
Goreville-51
F

Herrin Holiday Hoops Girls Tournament:

Herrin-64
Centralia (COLR)-33
F


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