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Viking girls fall just short of trophy in state tournament

Played three games in three days, all in Spokane Arena

PALOUSE - As the 12th overall seed in the 1B WIAA girls basketball tournament, the Garfield-Palouse Vikings girls basketball team played three games in three days, falling one game short of earning a trophy, however, the team exceeded expectations.

The first game for the Vikings in the Spokane Arena was played on Wednesday, Feb. 28, against the number five overall seeded Almira-Coulee/Hartline Warriors.

The Vikings won the first and fourth quarters, and lost the second and third quarters. The Vikings were able to use a 10-2 advantage in the fourth quarter to earn the 41-32 victory.



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