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Prep Roundup: Basketball teams knocked back

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12:59 PM, Jan. 29, 2014
De Pere High School's Sarah Kuehn (34) tries to take a shot between Notre Dame Academy's Eliza Campbell and Kayla Borseth (11) in the first quarter of a Fox River Classic Conference girls basketball game at De Pere on Thursday night, Jan. 23. Kuehn scored eight points in the Redbirds' 46-33 loss to top-ranked Notre Dame.
De Pere High School's Sarah Kuehn (34) tries to take a shot between Notre Dame Academy's Eliza Campbell and Kayla Borseth (11) in the first quarter of a Fox River Classic Conference girls basketball game at De Pere on Thursday night, Jan. 23. Kuehn scored eight points in the Redbirds' 46-33 loss to top-ranked Notre Dame.
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The De Pere High School varsity girls basketball team took a step back in the hotly contested race for first place in the Fox River Classic Conference.

Notre Dame Academy, the No. 1-ranked team in The Associated Press' Division 2 state rankings, pulled away for a 46-33 win at De Pere on Thursday.

Eliza Campbell scored a game-high 22 points, and Allie LeClaire added 10 for the Tritons (12-1 overall), who improved to 7-1 in the FRCC to maintain second place. ...

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