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GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | Cougars pull away late behind junior guard’s 28 points, 11 rebounds and five assists in 73-60 win.

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GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | Cougars pull away late behind junior guard’s 28 points, 11 rebounds and five assists in 73-60 win.

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Screaming Eagles senior Kareem Matthew knocked down four free throws in the final minute to seal the win over the rival Cougars.

Led by a strong defense, the Screaming Eagles hold on for an important 65-60 road victory.

The No. 8 Screaming Eagles’ defense spoiled the Cougars’ unbeaten campaign with a 65-60 road victory.

“It came down to me having to stand for my principles,” said the veteran high school coach, who leaves the Lions with 73-30 career record.

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With a spark from their injured star, the Quakers rally from a late deficit to stay perfect in the conference.

The former Indians and Bishop Ireton defensive coordinator aims to rejuvenate a team that is 3-27 over the last three years.

Westney is the sixth St. John's volleyball player to win the award; Moore racks up honors after leading Jaguars to another state title.

The Serbian import scores 35 to keep the team unbeaten in PVAC play.

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