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Jackson-area girls basketball district scoreboard for March 26

Follow Josh VanDyke on Twitter30 Parma Western girls basketball tops Jonesville for MHSAA Division 2 district titleJACKSON – District tournaments came to a close across Michigan on Friday night and five Jackson-area girls basketball teams celebrated a district championship as they punched their ticket to next week’s regional round of competition. As you sort through the madness, we’ve got you covered with final scores and upcoming opponents for all of the local teams that survived and advanced tonight. Tune in later tonight for highlights for all of the Jackson-area girls basketball games. FRIDAY’S GAMESJackson Northwest 46, Mason 40*The Mounties (14-3) advance to face East Lansing (14-0) in Monday’s regional semifinals at Richland Gull Lake High School with tip-off slated for 5:30 p.m.---Parma Western 54, Jonesville 31*The Panthers (15-4) advance to face Battle Creek Pennfield (9-12) in Monday’s regional semifinals at Williamston High School with tip-off slated for 7 p.m.---Leslie 48, Dansville 42 (OT)*The Blackhawks (11-3) advance to face Byron (17-0) in Monday’s regional semifinals at Hanover-Horton High School with tip-off slated for 7 p.m.---Homer 58, Concord 52*The Trojans (11-6) advance to face Brooklyn Columbia Central (14-3) in Monday’s regional semifinals at Hanover-Horton High School with tip-off slated for 5:30 p.m.---Grass Lake 68, Manchester 13*The Warriors (15-1) advance to face Riverview Gabriel Richard (9-6) in Monday’s regional semifinals at Whitmore Lake High School with tip-off slated for 5:30 p.m.---MORE JACKSON-AREA SPORTS COVERAGEJackson-area boys basketball highlights: Six teams advance to district finalsParma Western junior leader voted MLive Jackson Player of the WeekJackson-area basketball highlights: Layne Sleight’s big night pushes Northwest to district finalsBrooklyn Columbia Central girls get revenge over Michigan Center in district title gameJackson Lumen Christi girls basketball eliminated from playoffs due to COVID issuesJackson High moves back to virtual learning after COVID-19 cases on basketball teamsJackson-area basketball highlights: Fourth-quarter rally helps Parma Western boys advanceOver 100 combined boys and girls basketball teams have opted out of Michigan state tournament in 9 daysJackson-area basketball highlights: Springport girls return from pause for district win

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See how Muskegon-area teams fared in district football finals (Nov. 13)

MUSKEGON – District championship trophies were seized tonight across the Michigan high school football playoff landscape. Five Muskegon-area teams were vying for district titles tonight, with another squad going for the hardware on Satuday. Here are tonight’s local scores and Saturday’s game info:FRIDAY’S SCORESDivision 2: Mona Shores 43, Caledonia 35Division 4: Forest Hills Eastern 41, Whitehall 13Division 5: Oakridge 50, Howard City Tri County 12Division 6: Montague 36, Muskegon Catholic Central 7SATURDAY’S GAMEDivision 3: Marquette (7-1) at Muskegon (7-1), 1 p.m.***More football coverage:Mona Shores outlasts hard-charging Caledonia on knockout punch by player of year finalistDrew Collins powers No. 1 Montague past No. 2 Muskegon Catholic CentralMontague football team does 'COVID ‘copter,’ hopes to stay safe and keep dreams aliveOakridge and Corey Vanderputte ‘make it count’ in big way, seize district championshipWhitehall falls to Forest Hills Eastern in district finals, but Vikings ‘re-establish’ program in 2020MHSAA will host 11-player football state finals at Ford Field, 8-player in MidlandMuskegon-area playoff picks: Limited Montague-MCC tickets sell out quickly, staying home best plan anywayPODCAST: Listen to discussion on Muskegon-area district football finalsMontague father-son seeking storybook endingPODCAST: Listen to Mona Shores' MLive player of year finalist Brady Rose and coach Matt KoziakPODCAST: Jackson High coach, MLive reporters talk player of the year finalistsMeet 17-year-old from Muskegon with designs on becoming next Al Michaels or Dick Vitale

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