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Foxes win GF YMCA tournament

The Grand Forks fifth grade girls basketball team took first place at the Grand Forks YMCA tournament. The Foxes beat the Grand Forks Comets 31-15, the Roseau Rams 36-6 and the Rams again the championship 40-17. Team members are Maddie Johnson, M...

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Picture: Coach Scott Dvorak, Maddie Johnson, Maggie Jensen, Danica Kemnitz, Kendra Bohm, Kylie Dvorak, Sarah Lancaster, Ashyn Hanson, Lexi Robson, coach Jeff Lancaster

The Grand Forks fifth grade girls basketball team took first place at the Grand Forks YMCA tournament.

The Foxes beat the Grand Forks Comets 31-15, the Roseau Rams 36-6 and the Rams again the championship 40-17.

Team members are Maddie Johnson, Maggie Jensen, Danica Kemnitz, Kendra Bohm, Kylie Dvorak, Sarah Lancaster, Ashlyn Hanson and Lexi Robson.

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