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Monday's Local Sports Coverage (3/10)

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Boys' Basketball Class A Regional Semifinal:
Mt. Pleasant 74, T.C. West 53

Boys' Basketball Class B Regional Semifinal:
Cadillac 55, Escanaba 52
Mason Co. Central 59, Newaygo 46
Big Rapids 65, Standish-Sterling 59

Boys' Basketball Class C Regional Semifinal:
Beaverton 48, Mio 47
East Jordan 68, T.C. St. Francis 57
Shelby 80, Lakeview 72
Negaunee 84, St. Ignace 61

Boys' Basketball Class D Regional Semifinal:
Sacred Heart 49, Baldwin 46
Au Gres-Sims 60, Boyne Falls 50
Frankfort 70, Suttons Bay 51
Cedarville 83, Rudyard 55
Hillman 72, Alanson 40

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