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PREP FOOTBALL: Magna Vista ready for rematch with Northside
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By HARRISON HAMLET - Bulletin Sports Writer

The Magna Vista football team has made it back to the state quarterfinals for the fifth time in seven years under head coach Joe Favero.

Now the Warriors are intent on making it to the state semifinals for the first time in his successful stint in Ridgeway.

Tonight, 3A West No. 2 seed Magna Vista (11-1) will seek a coveted spot in the final four when it faces the No. 3 Northside Vikings (10-2), who ended the Warriors’ playoff run in the same round last season.

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PD GIRL'S BASKETBALL: Bassett Preview

By CHRIS PRIDE - Bulletin Sports Writer

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The Bassett and Patrick County girls basketball teams finished with winning records last season. Another similarity the teams shared was winning at least one playoff game.

However, both teams lost in the semifinals of their respective conference tournaments.

The Bengals transition into the 2014-15 season with a large inexperienced group of underclassmen. The Cougars welcome back senior Ebony Reynolds and hope the post player can help them make a deep run in the playoffs.

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PD GIRL'S BASKETBALL: Patrick County Preview

By CHRIS PRIDE - Bulletin Sports Writer

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The Bassett and Patrick County girls basketball teams finished with winning records last season. Another similarity the teams shared was winning at least one playoff game.

However, both teams lost in the semifinals of their respective conference tournaments.

The Bengals transition into the 2014-15 season with a large inexperienced group of underclassmen. The Cougars welcome back senior Ebony Reynolds and hope the post player can help them make a deep run in the playoffs.

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AREA ROUNDUP: Carlisle, Martinsville alumni set for hoops showdown
By FROM BULLETIN STAFF REPORTS -

The second annual Silencing Violence & Raising Awareness benefit basketball game is scheduled for 6:15 p.m. Saturday at the Martinsville Middle School gym.

The alumni of Carlisle will take on the alumni of Martinsville in a “A Battle Amongst the City.” The Chiefs have won a total of eight independent school titles in the VISAA. The Bulldogs are 13-time state champs.

Doors open at 5 p.m. and admission is $7 for adults and $5 for kids 5-12. Ticket are reduced to $5 for adults and $2.50 for kids for anyone that brings a canned good.

The event will be hosted by Busta Brown from WXII12 Morning and Jessica Griffith from Star News. Live dj’s will provide additional entertainment, and there will be a dunk contest.

For more information call 336-1255 or 434-227-2593 or email bychoiceent23@gmail.com.

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