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Bokoshe girls win regional tournament consolation championship on Saturday; Lady Tigers three wins from state tournament

February 19, 2013

MORE HARDWARD FOR LADY TIGERS — The Bokoshe Lady Tigers pose with the Class B Regional Tournament consolation championship trophy after beating Paden on Saturday afternoon at Ada High School's Cougar Activity Center. Photo by John Speir

ADA — After the Bokoshe Lady Tigers suffered a major loss to the Lomega Raiderettes on Thursday night in Paden in the Class B Regional Tournament, they knew they had two win back-to-back games in as many days to make it to this week's area tournament. Goal accomplished.
The Lady Tigers won the consolation championship game of the regional tournament with a 53-38 win over Paden on Saturday afternoon at Ada High School's Cougar Activity Center.
Bokoshe got to Saturday's consolation title game with a 76-50 rout of Milburn on Friday night at Cougar Activity Center.
The Lady Tigers (18-7) will play Kinta at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Class B Area Tournament in Kingston. They must win three games in as many days to make it to next week's state tournament.

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