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Portland girls win first basketball game of the season

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Summit High School's girls basketball team fell to 1-2 overall after losing two games in the Jeffco Jungle Jam Tournament. Last season, both Evergreen and DEvelyn advanced to the 4A state playoffs alongside Summit, which had its first playoff appearance in over 15 years. The Tigers head coach Kayle Walker Burns strategically planned this season's schedule so that Summit would be challenged early.
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Bangor girls basketball opens season with win over defending state champ Cheverus

The Bangor High School Rams girls basketball team made a statement on Friday night. The Rams reeled off a 13-0 run in the third quarter to build a 20-point lead and held off a furious fourth-quarter rally by defending State AA champ Cheverus of Portland to earn a season-opening 52-44 victory at the Red Barry Gym. Senior center Abbie Quinn scored 17 points and grabbed five rebounds to pace the Rams. She also had three steals. Emmie Streams had 10…

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