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LEFT: Monroe big man Hakeem Porter, right, drives to the bucket on Dougherty’s Montavious Jones during Friday’s first semifinal game of the U Save It Pharmacy Boys Basketball Tournament. Monroe won, 52-38, to set up the season’s second meeting against bitter city rival Westover tonight at the Civic Center. RIGHT: Westover and Herald Super 6er T.J. Cromer soars above the Statesboro defense Friday night during the Patriots’ semifinal game. Westover won, 60-58. (Photos by joe.bellacomo@albanyherald.com)

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They meet again

Eight days after Herald No. 1-ranked Monroe and No. 2 Westover’s boys hoops teams played an epic battle on Monroe’s home floor — with the Tornadoes winning Round 1, 70-63 — the two city rivals will meet again tonight in the championship game of the U Save It Pharmacy Boys Basketball Tournament after both won their semifinal games Friday, only this time the showdown will take place on the big stage at the Albany Civic Center. (INCLUDES: both teams' game stories from Friday)

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