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After dominating their division for the second year in a row, the Knollwood Girls' Basketball Team was crowned Queens of the Roses at the St. Rose Run for the Roses Basketball Tournament. The team participated in the tournament in Belmar the weekend of March 20, 2011. This basketball tournament is . . . Read More
Three girls from the Santa Clarita Valley earned spots on the All-CIF Southern Section basketball teams.Canyon’s Adrianna Dent and Alia McCoy were selected to the Division 2AA team. Santa Clarita Christian’s Taylor Cubas was selected to the Division 6A team.

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Mt. Carmel High School's Tyra Buss is one of 10 finalists nominated for Illinois' Ms. Basketball for the 2011 season.The selection will be announced April 1.Buss, a 5-foot-6 freshman guard for the Lady Aces, scored 1,025 points and led the team to a 27-5 record and a berth in the Class 2A Sectio. . . Read More
When Lower Merion girls' basketball coach Lauren Pellicane brought her team together back in November, she had a feeling that this year’s team had the ability to do something special. With the Aces led by a trio of talented seniors – Sheba Hall, Lila Jones and Carli Swartz - Pellicane knew the team. . . Read More
We finally have something to talk about in the N.C.A.A. women’s tournament, a development so stunning it is reverberating around the sport. One of the superpowers, Tennessee, failed to make it to the Final Four, and falls short for the third straight year no less. It represents a No. 1 seed not maki. . . Read More
Though some tickets were made available Monday, the women's NCAA Final Four is expected to sell out 18,459-seat Conseco Fieldhouse by this weekend. Rick Nixon, NCAA associate director of Division I women's basketball, said about 2,500 seats remained late last week, and some were sold after teams re. . . Read More
Top-seeded Stanford had an easy time with 11th-seeded Gonzaga Monday night, winning 83-60 to advance to the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament Final Four. Stanford advances to the Final Four in Indianapolis where it will take on the winner of tonight's Dallas Region game between Baylor and Texas A&M. . . Read More
At first glance, considering the immediate future of Oklahoma women’s basketball, it’s easy to get caught up in what the Sooners will be losing. Over four seasons, departing point guard Danielle Robinson etched her name beside the legends of the program. She’ll be remembered in the same light as Ph. . . Read More



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