Photo gallery: Springfield at Centerville boys basketball


Centerville stunned visiting Springfield 50-48 in a great GWOC National East boys high school basketball game on Friday night. Elks junior Ryan Marchal hit the Elks’ game-winning and twisting layup with just 2.9 seconds left.

Below is a photo gallery from the game.

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»PHOTO GALLERY



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