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Country Day basketball advances to state semifinals

Romin Williams led Country Day with 30 points. (Source: NOLA.com) Romin Williams led Country Day with 30 points. (Source: NOLA.com)
METAIRIE, LA (WVUE) -

The Country Day Cajuns are back in familiar territory, the state's Top 28 Tournament. Romin Williams 30 points helped the Cajuns beat Rayville 69-63.

Country Day won back-to-back state titles in 2013 and 2014, but lost in the semifinals in 2015. The Top 28 is the top four teams from each classification. 

The Cajuns will face district rival in second-seed Riverside in the semis. The Rebels are the three-time defending state champions.

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