It is win-or-go-home time for the area's volleyball teams. Find all the scores from the area's districts below.
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      Diamond advanced to the district semifinals with a straight-sets win over Sarcoxie.
      Pierce City moved on to the district semifinals with a 2-0 win over Lamar.
      Licking defeated Plato in straight sets to advance to the Class 2 District 9 semifinals.
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