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Woodside Priory boys, Eastside Prep girls are No. 1 seeds

Original post made on Feb 19, 2008

If any local prep basketball teams have grand ideas of advancing deep into the postseason, now is the time for focus and consistency. With league play in the rear view mirror, all schools fortunate to qualify for CCS will be in survive-and-advance mode because it's one loss and you're out.


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Posted by Lazlo
a resident of another community
on Feb 19, 2008 at 9:27 pm

Go Warsaw, errrr Woodside, Priory!! I never realized there were so many aspiring Benedictines in Eastern Europe. Make that, tall, aspiring Benedictines. Who are probably on scholies. I would hate to be a local Priory parent shelling out $ 30 grand tuition to subsidize that!

Warsaw Priory fight fight fight!!!


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