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Girls basketball triumphs against Banneker, boys lose

Elias Podber, Sports Managing Editor

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On Tuesday, Jan. 8, the boys and girls varsity basketball teams faced off with region opponents Banneker at home. The girls beat the Trojans 46-40 and are now 3-4 in Region 6AAAAA and 7-6 overall. The boys lost to the Trojans 77-60, sinking the Knights’ region record to 1-5 and its overall record to 5-12. The Knights play next on Friday, Jan. 11 against Lithia Springs. The girls play at 6:00 and the boys play at 7:30.

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Elias Podber, Sports Managing Editor

Elias Podber is a junior this year and is excited to lead the sports section to greatness. Captain of the cross country team and member of the track team...

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Bram Mansbach is a junior and the sports section editor for the Southerner. When he is not working on pages he is across the street in Piedmont Park as...

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