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PHOTO GALLERY: Rock Bridge boys basketball defeats Rolla to win state sectional

Wednesday, February 29, 2012 | 11:42 p.m. CST; updated 11:44 a.m. CST, Thursday, March 1, 2012

ROLLA — The Rock Bridge boys basketball defeated Rolla on Wednesday night 72-47 in their Class 5 sectional in Rolla.

Rock Bridge will play Nixa in Saturday's state quarterfinals in Springfield. Nixa is ranked No. 1 in the state by mosports.rivals.com.

Rolla forward Dalton Brown and guard Miles Wilson watch Rock Bridge guard Travis Jorgenson shoot the ball Wednesday evening at the Gale Bullman Building in Rolla. After being down by three points at halftime, the Bruins came back to beat the Bulldogs 72-47.
Rolla forwards Keegan Garner, left, and Dalton Brown fight for the ball from Rock Bridge forward Josh Hayes Wednesday night at Gale Bullman Building in Rolla. The Bruins beat the Bulldogs 72-47.
Rock Bridge head coach Jim Scanlon instructs his team during a time out in the fourth quarter of the MSHSAA Class 5 Sectional Wednesday evening at Gale Bullman Building in Rolla. The Bruins beat the Bulldogs 72-47.
Rock Bridge guard Nick Norton shoots the ball around Rolla guard Jay Zalis Wednesday evening at the Gale Bullman Building in Rolla. The Bruins were trailing the Bulldogs 25-22 at halftime.

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