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South Fork basketball roundup

Girls’ Basketball South Fork High school’s Varsity Girls’ Basketball team suffered a tough loss to St. Bernard’s on the road last Thursday 78-5. The JV Girls also lost to St. Bernard’s 45-19. Hay...

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