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Girls Basketball: PR-B 6th-graders 1st in Pillager

Pine River-Backus youth basketball

PR-B Youth Basketball
The PR-B girls basketball team won the Pillager sixth-grade tournament on Saturday, February 19. Front row, from left: Leah Eveland, Autumn Burns, Skylar De La Pena, Maren Lindquist and Khia Lewis. Back row: Ava Burns, Maddison Imgrund, Lily Barchus, Ella Brewer.
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The PR-B girls basketball team won the Pillager sixth-grade tournament on Saturday, February 19. Front row, from left: Leah Eveland, Autumn Burns, Skylar De La Pena, Maren Lindquist and Khia Lewis. Back row: Ava Burns, Maddison Imgrund, Lily Barchus, Ella Brewer.

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