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Girls basketball: Tigers knock Clippers out in first round

11:28 PM, Feb. 26, 2013
Chilton's Claire Stiefvater is surrounded by Sturgeon Bay players Natalie Rose, from left, Katrina Boucher, Rachel Haight and Caralyn Mickey as she looks to put up a shot during a Division 3 regional girls basketball game Tuesday night.
Chilton's Claire Stiefvater is surrounded by Sturgeon Bay players Natalie Rose, from left, Katrina Boucher, Rachel Haight and Caralyn Mickey as she looks to put up a shot during a Division 3 regional girls basketball game Tuesday night.
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Sturgeon Bay simply couldn't get Chilton to play its game.

The Clippers tried all night to force the tempo, but the Tigers kept their composure, settled into a deliberate half-court offense and pulled off a 40-27 victory Tuesday in a Division 3 high school girls basketball playoff opener at Sturgeon Bay.

"We knew that was the type of game they were going to play," said Clippers coach Pat Blizel. "And we wanted to play an up-tempo game, so that's why we came out pressing. But for whatever reason, we just didn't stick with the plan enough. We didn't have players on the ball, we weren't trapping, we had ...

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