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3A, 4A boys and girls championship

By KTVA Sports 8:03 PM March 23, 2014

ASAA state basketball tournament

4A Boys

  • Service 49 West 47

4A Girls

  • Kodiak 65 Colony 41

3A Girls

  • ACS 49 Mt. Edgecumbe 45

3A Boys

  • Monroe Catholic 58 Grace Christian 47

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