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Gunn girls get ready for Wilcox after improving to 18-0

Original post made on Jan 27, 2009

The first half of the SCVAL De Anza Division girls' basketball race concludes on Wednesday when Gunn visits Lynbrook. The Titans, however, can only hope the second half starts out like the first after setting a school record for consecutive victories last weekend. Gunn will be a heavy favorite to sweep aside the Vikings, thus concluding a 6-0 run through the first half of the division season.

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Posted by sharon shipp
a resident of East Palo Alto
on Jan 27, 2009 at 12:37 am

Ahjalee Harvey is out for the season. It is more than just a sprained ankle- (fractured foot). Sacred heart prep did not press nor was it there pressing defense, She really was playing on 1 good leg. Poor decision on the parents and coaching staff.


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