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AA Highlights, 3/5 and Play-in Game Schedules

After Mother Nature pushed back the end of the AA Basketball regular season, we finally wrapped up play on Wednesday night, and now know who will play in the State Play-in Games starting on Thursday night.

In the Western AA, the defending state champion Sentinel girls topped Capital 40-38 in Missoula, meaning the Spartans have won the Western Conference title and captured the bye into state. Capital is now the #2 seed and will host 7th seeded Hellgate on Friday Night. The Helena High girls also fell in Missoula to Big Sky, 66-61 on Wednesday. The same two teams will meet again on Friday night in Missoula. Below is a look at the girls play-in game schedule:

WEST:

#1 Sentinel - West's top seed to State

#7 Hellgate at #2 Capital, Friday @ 7:00pm

#6 Flathead at #3 Glacier, Friday @ 6:00pm

#5 Helena High at #4 Big Sky, Friday @ 5:00pm

EAST:

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#7 CMR at #2 Great Falls High, Friday @ 7:30pm

#6 Skyview at #3 Senior, Friday @ 7:00pm

#5 Butte at #4 Bozeman, Thursday @ 6:00pm

As far as the boys are concerned, the West's #1 seed Capital, wrapped up a perfect conference season with a 54-49 win over Sentinel on Wednesday. The Helena High Boys beat Big Sky 53-43, meaning the Bengals are the 6th seed, while Big Sky is the 7th seed. Below are the play-in games for the boys.

WEST:

#1 Capital - West's top seed to State

#7 Big Sky at #2 Hellgate, Friday @ 7:30pm

#6 Helena High at #3 Sentinel, Saturday @ 4:00pm

#5 Flathead at #4 Glacier, Friday at 7:30pm

EAST:

#1 Billings West - East's top seed to State

#7 Butte at #2 CMR, Friday @ 5:00pm

#6 Senior at #3 Skyview, Thursday @ 7:00pm

#5 Great Falls High at #4 Bozeman, Friday @ 6:00pm

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