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Taking care of business

Allie Orr drives to the hole during first quarter action of Bryson’s 39-29 win over Gold-Burg. Orr had eight points in the win. Photo/Brian Smith

Taking care of business

Victoria Goodman lets go of a first-half shot as Bryson went to 4-3 with a 39-29 victory over Gold-Burg Friday. The Cowgirls played Midway Saturday. Photo/Brian Smith

Taking care of business

BRYSON – Every team faces adversity in a season. It’s how you face it that can effect how you do when things get back to normal.

Bear trap

Landon Stephens looks to go to the hole on a breakaway during first quarter action of the Cowboys’ 77-42 win over Gold-Burg. Photo/Brian Smith

Bear trap

Zander Tinney wants to get around the Gold-Burg defender during first quarter action Friday night.Bryson went to 3-2 with the convincing win. Photo/Brian Smith

Bear trap

BRYSON – With nine seniors set to graduate after this season, Bryson’s boys basketballers are needing to find replacements on the floor while still playing for this year.

Graford escapes Paradise

Teagan Ford (3) and Cody Lemley play defense on Paradise’ Clint Dimmett during second half action of the Rabbits’ 63-52 win over the Panthers. Photo/Brian Smith

Graford escapes Paradise

Trent Lemley (13) drives on the Paradise defender during Saturday’s win over the Panthers. Photo/Brian Smith

Graford escapes Paradise

GRAFORD – It takes time to buy into a new coach’s philosophy, especially when one was legend Ty Tabor.

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