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Pinewood girls beat No. 1 Branson, will play for state basketball championship

Original post made on Mar 15, 2009

The only girls' basketball team in the history of the CIF Division V state championships to win three straight titles is Menlo School. Branson, winner of the past two state crowns, will not have that opportunity. Instead of No. 1 seed Branson playing next week for a state crown, it will be No. 2 Pinewood, which pulled a 41-30 "upset" in the CIF NorCal Division V finals on Saturday at Folsom High.

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Posted by llll
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on Mar 15, 2009 at 8:59 pm

WooHoo


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