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Red Oak teams sweep Leflore, but Savages hang tough with Eagles

November 5, 2011

THURSDAY HOOPS — Red Oak's Sericca Rider, left, looks to make a pass while Leflore's Alicia Taylor, center, and Allison Todd defend during the first half of Thursday night's game. PDN Staff Photo by David Seeley

LEFLORE — Leflore Basketball Coach Todd Hackler said that Thursday night's home game with Red Oak was going to be a test for his Savages. While his team didn't get an A+, Hackler did give his team a passing grade.
The Savages never gave up, but in the end suffered a 60-51 defeat to the Eagles.
In the girls' game, the Lady Eagles were too much for the Lady Savages in a 64-22 victory.

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