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Paul Laurence Dunbar 59 Frederick Douglass 43


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Yes that’s true. Douglass 2nd leading scorer Bean went down with a knee injury early in the first quarter with Douglass up 11-3. Dunbar came back with 8 straight to tie it at 11 then both teams went back and forth with Douglass leading 21-20 at halftime. Dunbar pulled away the last half of the fourth. It was an ugly game neither team played well both teams had 20+ turnovers and didn’t shoot well either. Dunbar in the last quarter connected on some threes and made FT’s down the stretch for the win.

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