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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Here are your scores from Friday’s boys and girls state basketball tournament games that featured teams from Southern Arizona as well as listings for all the action on Saturday:

BOYS BASKETBALL

Conference 1A First Round

(8) Joseph City 61, (9) Immaculate Heart 47
(1) Gregory 78, (16) Bagdad 60
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(3) San Carlos 63, (14) Paradise Honors 43


(All Saturday games in Conference 3A, 4A and 5A are at 6:30 p.m.)

Conference 1A Quarterfinals 

(5) St David vs. (4) Valley Lutheran (9 a.m.)
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(7) Baboquivari vs. (2) NFL Yet (7:30 p.m.)

Conference 2A Quarterfinals 

(11) Rancho Solano Prep vs. (3) San Carlos (4:30 p.m.)

Conference 3A Second Round  

(13) Sabino at Ironwood American Leadership

Conference 4A Quarterfinals

(11) Tempe Marcos de Niza at (3) Catalina Foothills
(7) Tempe at (2) Salpointe Catholic 

Conference 5A Quarterfinals

(5) Buena at (4) Scottsdale Chaparral
(6) Cienega at (3) Phoenix Sunnyslope
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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Conference 1A First Round

(11) Anthem Prep 46, (6) St. David 34
(2) Rock Point 49, (15) Baboquivari 40
(13) Tuba City Greyhills 42, (4) Immaculate Heart 30
(3) Gregory 34, (14) Duncan 22

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(4) Chandler Prep 36, (13) Benson 27
(6) Sedona Red Rock 53, (11) San Carlos 43
(1) Thatcher 45, (16) Eagar Round Valley 25

Conference 3A Quarterfinals

(3) Chinle 66, (14) Tanque Verde 29
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(5) Pusch Ridge Christian 58, (12) Yuma Catholic 22

Conference 4A Quarterfinals

(1) Cave Creek Cactus Shadows 59, (9) Canyon del Oro 32
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Conference 5A Quarterfinals

(9) Gilbert Mesquite 102, (1) Ironwood Ridge 51
(4) Scottsdale Chaparral 66, (5) Marana 54
(7) Cienega 45, (2) Phoenix Arcadia 41

Conference 6A Quarterfinals

(4) Goodyear Millenium 54, (5) Tucson 33

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Conference 1A Quarterfinals 

(11) Anthem Prep vs. (3) Gregory (10:30 a.m.)

Conference 2A Quarterfinals 

(9) Alchesay vs. (1) Thatcher (6 p.m)

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