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Controlling destiny

D.C. Everest conquers undefeated Merrill to take lead in conference

8:28 PM, Jan. 17, 2013
Everest's Lauren Anklam, left, and Merrill's Anna Finnell fight for the ball during the Jan. 11 girls basketball game at Merrill High School.
Everest's Lauren Anklam, left, and Merrill's Anna Finnell fight for the ball during the Jan. 11 girls basketball game at Merrill High School.
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Picked to finish in fifth place in the Wisconsin Valley Conference in the preseason, the D.C. Everest girls basketball team came into its Jan. 11 showdown with Merrill with something to prove.

Despite a lackluster first half, the Evergreens proved they aren't going away in the conference race, downing Merrill 46-38 in a battle of conference unbeatens.

Everest improves to 4-0 in Wisconsin Valley Conference play, while the Bluejays slipped to 3-1. ...

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