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Zimmerman’s Excavating & Landscaping will play for the Division 1 title tonight in the Central Blair Recreation Commission’s Lakemont Park Summer Basketball League thanks to its 68-62 victory over Mama Randazzo on Wednesday night .

Isaac Vescovi led Zimmerman’s with 26 points. Zimmerman’s will play Spherion at 7:10 tonight. Spherion won their semifinal match on Tuesday night. Andrew Harmon led Mama Randazzo with 23 points.

In the Division 2 semifinal, Appalachian Running Company defeated Curry Supply 63-35 behind Damon Gripp’s 23 points. Noah Muthler scored eight points for Curry.

ARC will play Sideline Cancer, who defeated Thompson Machine Company 61-56. Damon Rickens led Sideline with 21 points, while Taylor Pressel led TMC with 17 points. These two teams will play tonight at 5:30.

The high school championship is also tonight with Altoona playing Central at 6:20.

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