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Hangin' out in Bluffton

The McDonald's in Bluffton must have been the place to be Saturday night, especially if you were a girls basketball player.

After games Saturday, members of both the Bluffton and Norwell girls hoops squads hung out for some time at the restaurant.

The two teams were on opposite ends of conference clinchers.

Norwell had just beaten East Noble 70-35 to wrap up the NHC title, while Bluffton fell to Leo 61-42 as the Lions finished atop the ACAC.

The two teams exchanged some greetings and talked briefly.

High School Sports Editor Greg Jones on prep sports.

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