Class 3A: Heritage Hills vs. Washington

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    Heritage Hills' Gavin Schaefer, middle, eyed the clock before the Patriots took to the floor before the start of Friday night's Class 3A boys basketball sectional at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. The Patriots defeated the Hatchets 41-38. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Heritage Hills senior Tyler Tischendorf, top left, gave five to Southridge freshman Tristen Miller while sitting on the shoulders of classmate Ryan Baker during Friday night's Class 3A boys basketball sectional against Washington at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. The Patriots defeated the Hatchets 41-38. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Heritage Hills' Gavin Schaefer, right, drove past Washington's Matthew Stephens during Friday night's Class 3A boys basketball sectional at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. The Patriots defeated the Hatchets 41-38. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Heritage Hills' Spenser Minto and Washington's Matthew Sparks battled for the rebound during Friday night's Class 3A boys basketball sectional at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. The Patriots defeated the Hatchets 41-38. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Heritage Hills' Spenser Minto put up a shot during Friday night's Class 3A boys basketball sectional against Washington at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. The Patriots defeated the Hatchets 41-38. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Heritage Hills senior Drew Grass cheered for the Patriots during Friday night's Class 3A boys basketball sectional against Washington at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. The Patriots defeated the Hatchets 41-38. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Heritage Hills' Sam Scherry looked to pass the ball during Friday night's Class 3A boys basketball sectional against Washington at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. The Patriots defeated the Hatchets 41-38. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Heritage Hills' Devon Merder pushed the ball up the court against Washington during Friday night's Class 3A boys basketball sectional at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. The Patriots defeated the Hatchets 41-38. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Heritage Hills head coach Matt Sisley talked to his players during a timeout in Friday night's Class 3A boys basketball sectional at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. The Patriots defeated the Hatchets 41-38. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Heritage Hills' Devon Merder passed the ball while defended by Washington's Austin Ghirardelli during Friday night's Class 3A boys basketball sectional at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. The Patriots defeated the Hatchets 41-38. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Heritage Hills' Sam Scherry tightly guarded Washington's Colten Garland during Friday night's Class 3A boys basketball sectional at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. The Patriots defeated the Hatchets 41-38. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Heritage Hills' Devon Merder put up a shot while defended by Washington's Jacob Overton, left, and Austin Ghirardelli during Friday night's Class 3A boys basketball sectional at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. The Patriots defeated the Hatchets 41-38. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Heritage Hills' Justin Crane, right, passed to a teammate while defended by Washington's Andy Garland during Friday night's Class 3A boys basketball sectional at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. The Patriots defeated the Hatchets 41-38. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Heritage Hills' Justin Crane cheered on his team during Friday night's Class 3A boys basketball sectional against Washington at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. The Patriots defeated the Hatchets 41-38. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald