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Scores will be updated after each score, or at the end of the quarter. Scores are not final until noted. For complete box scores and coverage of the games listed, pick up a copy of Saturday's The Dispatch or The Rock Island Argus. Here's how our lineup looks this week:

Friday's schedule

Marc Nesseler - Galesburg at Rock Island
Steve Tappa - Alleman at United Township
Matt Schuckman - Moline at Quincy
Terry Duckett - Monmouth-Roseville at Rockridge
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Galesburg at Rock Island, Final

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Galesburg 15 13 17 12 57
Rock Island 10 16 11 21  58

Leaders

Scoring

Galesburg: Williams 22
Rock Island: Richardson 18

Rebounds

Galesburg: Gibson 7
Rock Island: Brown 4

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Alleman at United Township, Final

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Alleman 8 7 13 19 47
United Township 15 12 8 22 57

Leaders

Scoring

Alleman: Hoogerwerf 22 
UT: May 15

 Rebounds

Alleman: Murray 8
UT: Mitchell 7 

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Moline at QuincyFinal

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Moline 16 12 12 14 54
Quincy 12 20 14 51

 

Leaders

Scoring

Moline: Stabler 17
Quincy: Kvitle 17

 Rebounds

Moline: Vice 5
Quincy: Salrin 9

 

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Monmouth-Roseville at Rockridge, 

Final

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Mon-Rose 13 15 19 22 69
Rockridge 16 9 14 26 65

Leaders

Scoring

Rockridge: Happ 13
Mon-Rose: Hunter 19

 Rebounds

Rockridge: Happ 11
Mon-Rose: Smith 3, Hunter 3

Note: Rockridge's Ethan Happ amassed 6 blocks and Mon-Rose's Martel Hunter had 11 steals.

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