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By Staff Report
Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

The Shady Side Academy girls basketball team saw its season come to a close on Feb. 11 with a 37-36 loss to Avonworth.

The Indians held an 18-17 halftime edge. Audrey Koi led all scorers with 13 points.

“It was another close loss,” SSA coach Audrey Scott said. “We've had a lot of experience with them this season. Hopefully, next year we'll be winning the close games.

“The younger girls will be much more experienced in these situations.”

SSA boys hoops

The Shady Side Academy boys basketball team fell to Avonworth, 65-52, in their regular season wrapup. Avonworth jumped out to a 24-11 lead after one quarter and the Indians couldn't recover. Michael Ware and Dan Marous each scored 12 points for the Indians (8-14).

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