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The WDA girls' basketball regular season ends on Tuesday, Feb. 23, and the No. 2 through the No. 5 seeds will finally be settled. 

Watford City and Legacy are currently tied for second, and the Lady Wolves could come out on top with a win over Williston and a Legacy loss Tuesday night.

The Lady Coyotes haven't won a game yet this season and Watford City boasts a 15-4 winning conference record, making Tuesday's matchup challenging for Williston yet hopeful for Watford City. 

However, Legacy, with a 15-4 conference record, can step on Watford City and finish second with a win in its last game against an equally matched competitor—Bismarck High (13-6 conference record). 

Bismarck High has a great chance at finishing in the No. 4 spot especially after the team defeated Turtle Mountain Community High School, but they would still need to beat Legacy Tuesday night.  

If Bismarck High can't pull out a win over Legacy, then Jamestown (13-7 conference record) will take fourth. 

Bismarck St. Mary's and Dickinson will also meet and the winner of that game will earn the No. 8 spot.

Then, three region play-in matches will take place on Friday, Feb. 26 just three days after the regular season wraps up on Tuesday.

TMCHS will play at Minot at 6 p.m. Friday and Williston will play at Mandan at 7 p.m. Friday. 

The final play-in match is still to be determined. 

The West Region Tournament starts Tuesday, March 2. 

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