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Focused SWC girls dialed in for the long haul

Redsides are not looking past the task at hand

The South Wasco County girls basketball team hopes to improve on their 23-win season last year. In the photo are, from left to right, starting in the back, assistant coach Codey Johnson, head coach Carly Johnson, Sydney Ferguson, Abbie Silvey, Jada Myers, Jade McCoy, Reese Millis, Holly Miles and assistant coach Jason Birman. In the front are, from left, Hailey Anderson, Hailey Ocacio, Kyrsten Sprouse, Madisen Davis, Abby Birman and Destiny Mora-Lopez.

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The South Wasco County girls basketball team hopes to improve on their 23-win season last year. In the photo are, from left to right, starting in the back, assistant coach Codey Johnson, head coach Carly Johnson, Sydney Ferguson, Abbie Silvey, Jada Myers, Jade McCoy, Reese Millis, Holly Miles and assistant coach Jason Birman. In the front are, from left, Hailey Anderson, Hailey Ocacio, Kyrsten Sprouse, Madisen Davis, Abby Birman and Destiny Mora-Lopez.



MAUPIN – In her three years as a varsity basketball player, South Wasco County senior Jada Myers has been on teams that have gone 47-28 overall, 29-13 in league action...

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