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District 6 boys basketball playoff preview capsule for Monday’s game

Tribune-Review
| Sunday, February 25, 2018 3:30 p.m
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Shane Dunlap | Tribune-Review
Ligonier Valley's Marrek Paola tries to score as Purchase Line's Melvin Sanchez (11) and Shamar Campbell (1) defend during the Heritage Conference championship game Friday, Feb. 9, 2018, at IUP.

Boys

District 6

Class 3A

Semifinals

No. 2 Ligonier Valley (19-5)vs. No. 6 Mt. Union (14-9)

7 p.m. Monday at Hollidaysburg

Winner plays: Winner of No. 1 Richland (20-3)/No. 5 Central Cambria (14-10)

Coaches: Todd Hepner, Ligonier Valley; Scott McClain, Mt. Union.

Players to watch: Michael Marinchak, 5-10, So., G, Ligonier Valley; Quinton Posey, 6-2, Jr., G, Mt. Union

Layup lines: Ligonier Valley will attempt to reach a District 6 final for the first time since 1987 after defeating Penns Valley, 57-33, in the first round Wednesday. Marichak, who averages 18.4 points, had 20 points, six assists and five steals in the win over Penns Valley. Marrek Paola had a double-double with 20 points and 13 rebounds. Paola averages 24 points and 13.7 rebounds. … Mt. Union recorded a 48-33 win over No. 3 Juniata in the first round Wednesday. Posey had 19 points to lead the Trojans, which lost to Juniata in the postseason a season ago. Mt. Union is 4-1 over its last five games. Mt. Union never has qualified for a District 6 boys basketball championship game.

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