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Orange hanky-waving Wilmington High School basketball fans greeted Hurricane players as they entered Cintas Center Saturday night for the Div. I Cincinnati Regional championship game against Centerville. The Hurricane defeated the Elks 48-28 to improve to 27-1 on the season and advance to the 94th Ohio State Boys Basketball Championships in Columbus. This is the first time in WHS history a basketball team has advanced to the state Final Four. Wilmington will play at 5:15 p.m. Friday against 28-0 Lima Senior in one of the semifinal games at Ohio State’s Value City Arena. The Div. I state championship game will be played 8:30 p.m. Saturday at Value City Arena.


Mark Huber | News Journal

Dylan Beaugard, right, was one of several Wilmington High School basketball players who signed autographs following Saturday night’s win over Centerville.


David Slaughter | News Journal

The WHS student section sported orange hankies and black Elite 8 T-shirts for Saturday’s win against Centerville.


Mark Huber | News Journal

Orange hanky-waving Wilmington High School basketball fans greeted Hurricane players as they entered Cintas Center Saturday night for the Div. I Cincinnati Regional championship game against Centerville. The Hurricane defeated the Elks 48-28 to improve to 27-1 on the season and advance to the 94th Ohio State Boys Basketball Championships in Columbus. This is the first time in WHS history a basketball team has advanced to the state Final Four. Wilmington will play at 5:15 p.m. Friday against 28-0 Lima Senior in one of the semifinal games at Ohio State’s Value City Arena. The Div. I state championship game will be played 8:30 p.m. Saturday at Value City Arena.

Dylan Beaugard, right, was one of several Wilmington High School basketball players who signed autographs following Saturday night’s win over Centerville.

The WHS student section sported orange hankies and black Elite 8 T-shirts for Saturday’s win against Centerville.

Orange hanky-waving Wilmington High School basketball fans greeted Hurricane players as they entered Cintas Center Saturday night for the Div. I Cincinnati Regional championship game against Centerville. The Hurricane defeated the Elks 48-28 to improve to 27-1 on the season and advance to the 94th Ohio State Boys Basketball Championships in Columbus. This is the first time in WHS history a basketball team has advanced to the state Final Four. Wilmington will play at 5:15 p.m. Friday against 28-0 Lima Senior in one of the semifinal games at Ohio State’s Value City Arena. The Div. I state championship game will be played 8:30 p.m. Saturday at Value City Arena.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_BBK_wil_fanshankies2_cv.jpgOrange hanky-waving Wilmington High School basketball fans greeted Hurricane players as they entered Cintas Center Saturday night for the Div. I Cincinnati Regional championship game against Centerville. The Hurricane defeated the Elks 48-28 to improve to 27-1 on the season and advance to the 94th Ohio State Boys Basketball Championships in Columbus. This is the first time in WHS history a basketball team has advanced to the state Final Four. Wilmington will play at 5:15 p.m. Friday against 28-0 Lima Senior in one of the semifinal games at Ohio State’s Value City Arena. The Div. I state championship game will be played 8:30 p.m. Saturday at Value City Arena. Mark Huber | News Journal

Dylan Beaugard, right, was one of several Wilmington High School basketball players who signed autographs following Saturday night’s win over Centerville.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_BBK_wil_dylanautograph_ds.jpgDylan Beaugard, right, was one of several Wilmington High School basketball players who signed autographs following Saturday night’s win over Centerville. David Slaughter | News Journal

The WHS student section sported orange hankies and black Elite 8 T-shirts for Saturday’s win against Centerville.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_BBK_wil_studfans_cv.jpgThe WHS student section sported orange hankies and black Elite 8 T-shirts for Saturday’s win against Centerville. Mark Huber | News Journal
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