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  • MARK NELKE/Press Lake City junior guard Dejah Wilson defends against Sandpoint.

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    MARK NELKE/Press Lake City junior point guard Chloe Teets passes against Sandpoint.

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    MARK NELKE/Press Lake City junior point guard Chloe Teets tries to drive past Ciera Bailey of Sandpoint.

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    MARK NELKE/Press Lake City High freshman post Brooklyn Rewers goes up for a shot in traffic vs. Sandpoint last Tuesday.

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    MARK NELKE/Press Lake City junior point guard Chloe Teets pulls up for a shot during last Tuesday's game vs. Sandpoint.

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    Lake City senior guard Payton Barber dishes off against Sandpoint. MARK NELKE/Press

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    MARK NELKE/Press Lake City senior post Keara Simpson, left, looks to fight around the boxout of Sandpoint's Grace Kirscher last Tuesday.

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    MARK NELKE/Press With members of The Den looking on, Lake City junior guard Dejah Wilson looks to inbound the ball as Sandpoint’s Grace Kirscher defends.

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    MARK NELKE/Press First-year Lake City girls basketball coach James Anderson looks on during last Tuesday’s game vs. Sandpoint.

  • MARK NELKE/Press Lake City junior guard Dejah Wilson defends against Sandpoint.

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    MARK NELKE/Press Lake City junior point guard Chloe Teets passes against Sandpoint.

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    MARK NELKE/Press Lake City junior point guard Chloe Teets tries to drive past Ciera Bailey of Sandpoint.

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    MARK NELKE/Press Lake City High freshman post Brooklyn Rewers goes up for a shot in traffic vs. Sandpoint last Tuesday.

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    MARK NELKE/Press Lake City junior point guard Chloe Teets pulls up for a shot during last Tuesday's game vs. Sandpoint.

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    Lake City senior guard Payton Barber dishes off against Sandpoint. MARK NELKE/Press

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    MARK NELKE/Press Lake City senior post Keara Simpson, left, looks to fight around the boxout of Sandpoint's Grace Kirscher last Tuesday.

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    MARK NELKE/Press With members of The Den looking on, Lake City junior guard Dejah Wilson looks to inbound the ball as Sandpoint’s Grace Kirscher defends.

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    MARK NELKE/Press First-year Lake City girls basketball coach James Anderson looks on during last Tuesday’s game vs. Sandpoint.

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