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Foxes win Red River tournament

The Grand Forks Foxes fifth-grade girls basketball team won the Red River tournament in Grand Forks. The Foxes defeated Grafton, Fargo and the Grand Forks Sizzlers in a round-robin format. Team members are Maddie Johnson, Sarah Lancaster, Ashlyn ...

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ront row l-r: Maddie Johnson, Sarah Lancaster, Ashlyn Hansen, Lexi Robson Back row l-r: Danica Kemnitz, Kylie Dvorak, Kendra Bohm, Maggie Jensen

The Grand Forks Foxes fifth-grade girls basketball team won the Red River tournament in Grand Forks.

The Foxes defeated Grafton, Fargo and the Grand Forks Sizzlers in a round-robin format.

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

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