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Basketball Fan

Do you know what the scores for the other teams were? I checked the score board page and the page from Friday Nov. 2 pops up... I am out of town at the moment and can't buy a paper edition right now, but I am dying to know!! Can you contact the powers of be to updated please?? THANK YOU! :D

Lupe

I have been looking for High School Girls Basketball scores and individual stats on this site and I can't find anything!! This is so annoying!

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