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High School Girls Basketball: Short and sweet

Brianna Byrne a catalyst for Notre Dame's D2 state champions

12:42 PM, Mar. 20, 2013
Notre Dame Academy players, from left, Anika Johnson, Brianna Byrne, Melaina Rapisarda and Sabrina Rapisarda celebrate the Tritons' 42-33 win over New Berlin Eisenhower in the WIAA Division 2 girls basketball state championship Saturday night, March 16, at Resch Center in Ashwaubenon. Byrne, a senior standout from De Pere, scored 10 points and had four assists in the title-winning victory.
Notre Dame Academy players, from left, Anika Johnson, Brianna Byrne, Melaina Rapisarda and Sabrina Rapisarda celebrate the Tritons' 42-33 win over New Berlin Eisenhower in the WIAA Division 2 girls basketball state championship Saturday night, March 16, at Resch Center in Ashwaubenon. Byrne, a senior standout from De Pere, scored 10 points and had four assists in the title-winning victory.
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Quick excursions for games haven't been out of the ordinary for Brianna Byrne throughout her high school career as a student-athlete at Notre Dame Academy.

Many of the Tritons' foes in the Fox River Classic Conference are just a few miles away.

Yet, what Byrne and her girls basketball teammates experienced on back-to-back days may have felt like the shortest road trip ever. The Tritons traveled by school bus roughly 1 miles each way between the school on Green Bay's west side and Resch Center. ...

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