Poll: Who Will Win The Class B Boys Basketball Playoffs?

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The Briarcliff High School boys basketball team, led by head coach Brendan Coxen, is one of eight teams remaining in the Class B playoffs. Photo Credit: Andrew Meola

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. – Eight teams remain in the Section 1 Class B boys basketball playoffs as they move into  quarterfinals this week.

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Which of the eight remaining teams has the best chance to win the Section 1 Class B boys basketball playoffs?

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Which of the eight remaining teams has the best chance to win the Section 1 Class B boys basketball playoffs?

  • Briarcliff Bears

    14%
  • North Salem Tigers

    60%
  • Dobbs Ferry Eagles

    16%
  • Woodlands Falcons

    2%
  • Blind Brook Trojans

    0%
  • Our Lady of Lourdes Warriors

    2%
  • Edgemont Panthers

    2%
  • Putnam Valley Tigers

    2%
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Top-seeded Briarcliff will host No. 9 North Salem in one of the four quarterfinal games. The Bears defeated Irvington, 63-42, in the opening round, while North Salem beat Pawling, 74-57.

Fourth-seeded Dobbs Ferry hosts No. 5 Woodlands, which squeaked past Rye Neck by three points in the first round. The Eagles defeated Pleasantville, 67-56, in the opening round.

Eleventh-seeded Blind Brook knocked off No. 6 Valhalla, 52-40, in the first round and will try to pull off another upset when it faces No. 3 Our Lady of Lourdes. The Warriors routed No. 14 Bronxville, 65-38, in the opening round.

Finally, No. 10 Edgemont will try to upset No. 2 Putnam Valley in the fourth quarterfinal game. Edgemont knocked out Croton-Harmon, 58-45, in the first round, while the Tigers survived against No. 15 Hastings, 44-39. Putnam Valley won its first playoff game in school history.

Be sure to vote in the poll above and leave a comment to let us know who you think will win this year's section title.

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