The Section 2 girls basketball champions have been crowned. Up next will be completing the dream of winning a state championship. The New York State Public High School Athletic Association has set the brackets. Let's see who, when and where are the Capital Region girls high school basketball champions going.

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Let's start off with the Class AA regional for Section 2 champion Albany High School. The Falcons will have the task of taking on Section 3 winner Cicero-North Syracuse. That game will be 6pm on Saturday at HVCC.

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In girls basketball Class A action, Section 2 powerhouse Averill Park will travel to face Section 3 winner Bishop Ludden on Saturday at 1pm. That game will be in Syracuse at Cicero-North Syracuse High School.

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In Class B, Section 2 champion Schalmont certainly has their eyes on a state title. They will have to travel to Clinton Community College in Plattsburgh on Saturday to take on Section 7 winner Saranac as their first task. That game is scheduled to tip-off at 5pm.

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The Class C regional should be a good one, featuring Section 2 steamroller Duanesburg, who definitely has eyes on a state title. Duanesburg will face the winner of Wednesday's match-up between Section 7 champ Northern Adirondack against Section 10 winner Madrid-Waddington. Duanesburg will play on Saturday. That game is schedule for a 4:15pm tip.

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Finally in Class D in the New York State Public High School Athletic Association girls basketball championships, Section 2 champion, Hartford Central will take on Section 7 winner Boquet Valley. That game will be Saturday at Clinton Community College. Tip off is scheduled for noon. Good luck to all of the Section 2 champions, as well as all participating student-athletes and coaches.

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