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March 14, 2009 at 5:15 PM

Bellevue boys 60, Meadowdale 50

Alex Schrempf scored a game-high 27 points on 12-17 shooting to lead the Wolverines in the third-sixth place game. Bellevue shot 22-42 FG (52.4 percent) and only committed eight turnovers in a bounce-back win after last night’s disappointing loss in the semifinals.

Third place is Bellevue’s best finish in school history.

Meadowdale guard Roger O’Neill led the Mavericks — who also tied their best finish with sixth — by scoring 19 points. Connor Hamlett added 12.

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