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Hoosac Girls Play in Florida Tourney

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The Lady Canes at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

CHESHIRE, Mass. — The Hoosac Valley High School's girls basketball team had a 1-1 record in their first time at a national high school tourney at Disney World's ESPN Wide World of Sports.

The Hurricanes left for Florida the day after Christmas, on a Thursday. A flight delay shifted their schedule and they took on a team from Merritt Island, Fla., on Friday afternoon, winning 70-22.

The next game against Austintown-Fitch of Youngstown, Ohio, a D-1 school, was tougher, but the Hurricanes scored a respectable 40 to Austintown's 53.

The KSA Events Holiday Tournament is an annual invitational event that brings boys and girls high school sports teams from around the country to compete.
 


Tags: high school sports,   tournament,   womens basketball,   

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