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Monterey, Delta Charter School, Ferriday, Vidalia named to basketball playoffs

NATCHEZ — Four Louisiana High School Athletics Association girls basketball teams earned spots in the playoffs.

Monterey High School Lady Wolves earned the No. 9 spot in the Class B playoffs. The Lady Wolves will play against the No. 24 seeded Pitkin High School Lady Tigers in the first round on Thursday night at Monterey High School.

Class 1A

Delta Charter Lady Storm and Sicily Island High School Lady Tigers earned spots in the LHSAA Class 1A playoffs.

The Lady Storm claimed the No. 20 spot and will travel to DeRidder, Louisiana to face the No. 13 seed East Beauregard High School Lady Trojans on Thursday.

Meanwhile, the Sicily Island High School Lady Tigers come in as the No. 26 seed in the playoffs. The Lady Tigers will play on the road against the No. 7 seed White Castle High School Lady Bulldogs on Thursday.

Class 2A

In the LHSAA Class 2A playoffs, the Ferriday High Lady Trojans and Vidalia High Lady Vikings earned spots.

Ferriday High earned the No. 7 spot in the playoffs and will play on Thursday against fellow District 2 foe the No. 26 seed Mangham High School Lady Dragons. The Lady Trojans beat the Lady Dragons two times in the playoffs.

The Lady Vikings claimed the No. 31 spot in the playoffs and will travel on the road on Thursday to face the No. 2 seed Red River Hig

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