Harrison Central's Teara Leshore takes a shot while guarded by Brandon's Hannah Arnold in the Girls Class 6A state basketball playoffs on Feb. 24 in Lyman.
Harrison Central's Teara Leshore takes a shot while guarded by Brandon's Hannah Arnold in the Girls Class 6A state basketball playoffs on Feb. 24 in Lyman. Amanda McCoy File amccoy@sunherald.com
Harrison Central's Teara Leshore takes a shot while guarded by Brandon's Hannah Arnold in the Girls Class 6A state basketball playoffs on Feb. 24 in Lyman. Amanda McCoy File amccoy@sunherald.com

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