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Knox Black claims Grade 7 girls basketball championship

Knox Black team players are: first row - Breanna Statham, Caleigh Brown, Jessica Arbez , Lauren Gateley, second row - Brooke Daniels, Lindsay Nicholas, Kristy Baillie, Abby Thompson, back row - Kaila Neville, coach Doug Nicholas. - Contributed
Knox Black team players are: first row - Breanna Statham, Caleigh Brown, Jessica Arbez , Lauren Gateley, second row - Brooke Daniels, Lindsay Nicholas, Kristy Baillie, Abby Thompson, back row - Kaila Neville, coach Doug Nicholas.
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The grade 7 girls basketball team at Dr. Knox wrapped up a fantastic season at the 12 team Championship Jamboree this past weekend.  After winning their first two games, Knox Black met Knox Red in a semi-final showdown and after a hard fought battle Knox Black emerged victorious. Knox Red went on to win their final game against KLO and claim third place. In the championship game, Knox Black went up against the #1 ranked St. Joe’s team and Knox was able to pull it all together and win the game and the championship.

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