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Thursday's Wisconsin boys basketball scores

Published On: Nov 21 2013 10:20:02 PM CST


Thursday's Wisconsin Boys Basketball scores from Associated Press:

   Amery 56, Hayward 36
   Blair-Taylor 64, Arcadia 54
   Boscobel 58, Seneca 34
   Boyceville 39, Plum City 27
   Cambria-Friesland 62, Valley Christian 36
   Cameron 56, Ladysmith 46
   Colfax 56, Cochrane-Fountain City 53
   Columbus 57, Cambridge 37
   Holmen 58, Eau Claire North 44
   Janesville Craig 69, Monroe 61
   Living Word Lutheran 46, Ozaukee 38
   Lodi 70, Wautoma 31
   Luck 56, Cumberland 47
   Martin Luther 39, Tenor 29
   Milwaukee Bradley Technical 50, Milwaukee School of Languages 43
   Mondovi 43, Saint Croix Central 41
   Neillsville 54, Gilman 23
   Newman Catholic 74, Rib Lake 36
   Niagara 54, Florence 38
   Northwestern 43, South Shore 32
   Pewaukee 77, Saint Thomas More 56
   Prairie Farm 51, New Auburn 34
   Riverdale 39, Wauzeka-Steuben 35
   Salam School 57, Milwaukee Career & Tech. Ed. 51
   Spencer 51, Augusta 38
   St. Croix Falls 53, Barron 35
   Tomahawk 70, Lincoln Hills 48
   University School of Milwaukee 60, Cedar Grove-Belgium 38
   Valders 85, New Holstein 43
   Waupun 69, Mayville 47
   Wausaukee 52, Goodman/Pembine 43
   Wayland Academy 71, Dodgeland 43
   Westfield Area 56, Tri-County 52
   Weyauwega-Fremont 67, Elcho 40
   Williams Bay 35, Fall River 33
   Winter 58, Lac Courte Oreilles 46
   Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln 60, Bay Port 55
   Wisconsin Valley Luth. 55, Rosholt 41
   Athens vs. Pittsville, ppd.

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