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Preliminary brackets out for basketball state playoffs

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The N.C. High School Athletic Association has released the preliminary boys basketball playoffs for this year.

Here are the matchups:

4A East

Sectional
1-New Hanover vs 32-Wilm. Ashley // 16-Knightdale vs 17-Fay. Pine Forest
8-Hoke County vs 25-Southeast Raleigh // 9-Panther Creek vs 24-East Wake
Sectional
4-Millbrook vs 29-Person // 13-Garner vs 20-Leesville Road
5-Fay. 71st vs 28-Hope Mills South View // 12-Jordan vs 21-Hillside
Sectional
3-Clayton vs 30-D.H. Conley // 14-Greenville Rose vs 19-Lumberton
6-Winterville South Central vs 27-Cary // 11-Broughton vs 22-New Bern
Sectional
2-Northern Durham vs 31-Holly Springs // 15-Wilm. Hoggard vs 18-Middle Creek
7-Apex vs 26-Riverside // 10-Fay. E.E. Smith vs 23-Heritage

3A East
Sectional
1-Fay. Terry Sanford vs 32-South Brunswick // 16-Chapel Hill vs 17-Western Guilford
8-Southern Wayne vs 25-Southern Lee // 9-Eastern Alamance vs 24-Asheboro
Sectional
4-Triton vs 29-McMichael // 13-Southern Durham vs 20-Southern Nash
5-West Brunswick vs 28-Union Pines // 12-Cleveland vs 21-Smithfield-Selma
Sectional
3-Wilson Hunt vs 30-Eden Morehead // 14-West Carteret vs 19-Jacksonville
6-Havelock vs 27-Cardinal Gibbons // 11-Rocky Mount vs 22-Eastern Guilford
Sectional
2-Orange vs 31-Eastern Wayne // 15-Lee County vs 18-Northern Guilford
7-Northeast Guilford vs 26-White Oak // 10-Fay. Westover vs 23-Wilson Fike

2A East
Sectional
1-Trinity vs 32-South Columbus// 16-Wilson Beddingfield vs 17-Elizabeth City Northeastern
8-Burlington Cummings vs 25-Bertie // 9-Farmville Central vs 24-Midway
Sectional
4-Fairmont vs 29-East Bladen // 13-Edenton Holmes 20-North Pitt
5-Kinston vs 28-Eastern Randolph // 12-Red Springs vs 21-Franklinton
Sectional
3-Southwest Onslow vs 30-Roanoke Rapids // 14-Goldsboro vs 19-Randleman
6-Clinton vs 27-West Bladen // 11-Warren County vs 22-Carrboro
Sectional
2-Bunn vs 31-N.C. Science & Math // 15-Graham vs 18-South Lenoir
7-Hertford County vs 26-SouthWest Edgecombe// 10-Northside Jacksonville vs 23-North Brunswick

1A East
Sectional
1-East Carteret vs 16-Rocky Mount Prep // 8-Northside Pinetown vs 9-Perqiumans
4-Weldon vs 13-Cape Hatteras // 5-Camden County vs 12-Manteo
Sectional
2-Plymouth vs 15-Mattamuskeet // 7-Robersonville South Creek vs 10-Riverside-Martin
3-Northampton County vs 14-Southside Chocowinity // 6-Pamlico County vs 11-Gates County
1A Mideast
Sectional
1-Neuse Charter vs 16-Pender // 8-Granville Central vs 9-James Kenan
4-Voyager Academy vs 13-Lakewood // 5-Princeton vs 12-East Columbus
Sectional
2-Trask vs 15-Wallace-Rose Hill// 7-Louisburg vs 10-Spring Creek

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