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Published March 06. 2014 6:00AM | Updated March 06. 2014 7:01AM
Full GameDay broadcast of NFA's ECC boys basketball semifinal win.
GameDay basketball behind the scenes
ECC Boys Basketball Final (highlights)
Wildcats shock the Colonels
Woodstock 62, New London 55 (full game)
Whalers and Colonels done in by party crashers
NFA's Ibo Rivera
Ledyard coach Troy McKelvin
ECC Boys Semifinal Video Open
Woodstock 62, New London 55 (highlights)
NFA 63, Ledyard 57 (highlights)
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