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Scoreboard, Dec. 20: Nanuet wins Somers tournament; Amalbert MVP

Nanuet junior Alexa Amalbert was named MVP of the Somers tournament Saturday after the Golden Knights’ 44-41 win over the hosts in the championship game. 457 more words

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Girls basketball roundup: Amalbert, Nanuet win Somers Tournament

The Valiant Jones era at Nanuet has gotten off to a good start.

Under the first-year coach, the Golden Knights won the Somers Tournament on Saturday, defeating host Somers 44-41. 389 more words

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Scoreboard, Dec. 18: Brewster stays hot, remains undefeated

Brewster crawled back from an 11-point fourth-quarter deficit to pull out a 47-45 win over Fox Lane Thursday night. Dayja Medina scored 17 points off the bench, the majority of which came from beyond the arc. 332 more words

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Medina's 3-point shooting keeps Brewster undefeated

Down by 11 points in the second half against visiting Fox Lane, Brewster needed a spark to keep its unbeaten streak alive.

Dayja Medina’s sharpshooting was just what the Bears needed. 276 more words

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Central's energizer bunny reflects on 1,000 points

Jasmine Hudson’s shining moment wasn’t on Dec. 10, when early in the second quarter against Ursuline Academy, she made the shot that gave her 1,000 points in a career for the Sussex Central girls basketball team. 956 more words

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Northmor wins Big Walnut Classic wrestling tourney

SUNBURY – Northmor won the Big Walnut Classic wrestling tournament on Saturday in Sunbury. Galion was seventh among other north central Ohio participants.

The Golden Knights finished with 263.5 points, followed by Springfield Shanwee at 173.5, Cambridge (154), Tiffin Columbian, Big Walnut and Licking Heights (both at 134), Galion (118), Paint Valley (94.5) and Bloom Carroll (88.5). 70 more words

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Northmor wins Big Walnut Classic wrestling tourney

SUNBURY – Northmor won the Big Walnut Classic wrestling tournament on Saturday in Sunbury. Galion was seventh among other north central Ohio participants.

The Golden Knights finished with 263.5 points, followed by Springfield Shanwee at 173.5, Cambridge (154), Tiffin Columbian, Big Walnut and Licking Heights (both at 134), Galion (118), Paint Valley (94.5) and Bloom Carroll (88.5). 70 more words

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