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Starz win CYBA tournament

The Grand Forks Starz won the girls eighth-grade division at the Crookston CYBA tournament, which was held March 19-20. The Starz went 3-0 beating Badger-Greenbush-Middle River 40-8 in the championship game. Starz team members are Sydney Slaughte...

Starz take title in Crookston
Top row-coach Lonnie Lloyd, Ellen Potter, Jordyn Lloyd, Sydney Slaughter, Erin Macleod and coach Tom Slaughter Bottom row-Alex Arroyo, Stacy Remer, Lindsey Shimpa and Kelsey Schlenk.

The Grand Forks Starz won the girls eighth-grade division at the Crookston

CYBA tournament, which was held March 19-20.

The Starz went 3-0 beating Badger-Greenbush-Middle River 40-8 in the championship game.

Starz team members are Sydney Slaughter, Katelyn Olson, Jordyn Lloyd, Callie Carlson, Lindsey Shimpa, Stacy Remer, Alex Arroyo, Kelsey Schlenk, Ellen Potter and Erin Macleod and coaches Tom Slaughter and Lonnie Lloyd.

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