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Elkers win in overtime over Clarion-Limestone

February 27, 2014

Ridgway guard Josh Roselli hit three free throws down the stretch in overtime which was the difference in a 49-46 win over Clarion-Limestone Wednesday in the District 9 semifinal Wednesday.

CLARION – Once, twice, three times a finalist.
Ridgway advanced to the District 9 Class A boys championship game with a 49-46 overtime victory over Clarion-Limestone Wednesday night at Tippin Gym on the campus of Clarion University.
Ridgway will face Elk County Catholic Saturday night in the final game of the evening. An exact time has yet to be announced.

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