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Division 3 championship: A shot for the ages

Kleiman's pass, Richard's buzzer-beating shot will be long remembered

1:03 PM, Mar. 21, 2013
Kewaunee's Alex Richard (34) launches the winning shot at the buzzer to clinch the Storm's second consecutive Divsion 3 championship during the title game on March 16 in Ashwaubenon.
Kewaunee's Alex Richard (34) launches the winning shot at the buzzer to clinch the Storm's second consecutive Divsion 3 championship during the title game on March 16 in Ashwaubenon.
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Kewaunee's girls basketball team played 28 games this season, which translates to 54,000 seconds. Why break down their season into seconds? Because in the Storm's case, it was one second, the last of their season, that created a timeless memory.

Kewaunee defeated East Troy 60-58 in the Division 3 state championship on March 16 at the Resch Center in Ashwaubenon. That's the line that'll be written in the record books. However, it's Alex Richard's buzzer-beating layup from a Jill Kleiman assist that'll be etched best in the minds of the community. In that one second, Kewaunee won their second ...

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