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West Lyon & Unity boys win district openers; South Sioux girls advance

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West Lyon edged West Sioux, 57-54, on Monday night. West Lyon edged West Sioux, 57-54, on Monday night.

--GIRLS BASKETBALL
South Sioux City 76 Schuyler 12 F  
Allen 47 Bloomfield 41 F  
Boyd County 54 Clearwater-Orchard 37 F  
Hartington CC 51 Laurel-Conc/Cole. 33 F  
Norfolk Catholic 51 Madison 20 F  
Fort Calhoun 34 Tekamah-Herman 33 F  
EP-Jefferson 52 Viborg-Hurley 31 F  
Homer 55 Wakefield 24 F  
Battle Creek 44 Wisner-Pilger 40 F  

--BOYS BASKETBALL
OA-BCIG 73 Missouri Valley 53 F  
Sioux Central 65 So. Cent. Calhoun 57 F  
SL St. Mary's 71 CC-Everly 31 F  
Spirit Lake 67 Dakota Valley 54 F  
MVAO/COU 69 East Sac County 57 F  
Unity Christian 71 Hinton 34 F  
Emmetsburg 63 Manson-NW Web. 47 F  
CWC 60 Neligh-Oakdale 50 F  
Pierce 51 O'Neill St. Mary's 21 F  
Estherville LC 41 Okoboji 40 F  
Cherokee 68 Sibley-Ocheyedan 52 F  
Central Lyon 81 Siouxland Christian 46 F  
Madison 86 Vermillion 70 F  
West Lyon 57 West Sioux 54 F  
West Harrison 77 Whiting 43 F  

--WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
Iowa Lakes CC 71 Little Priest 58 F 

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