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  • Brooklyn Pascua's 26 points keeps Tacoma Baptist season alive in win over Neah Bay

    The Tacoma Baptist girls' team topped Neah Bay 60-57 Friday morning in the state basketball playoffs in Yakima. Brooklyn Pascua finished the game with 26 points for the Crusaders, while Mia Lovik had 17.

The Tacoma Baptist girls' team topped Neah Bay 60-57 Friday morning in the state basketball playoffs in Yakima. Brooklyn Pascua finished the game with 26 points for the Crusaders, while Mia Lovik had 17. Andy Buhler For The News Tribune
The Tacoma Baptist girls' team topped Neah Bay 60-57 Friday morning in the state basketball playoffs in Yakima. Brooklyn Pascua finished the game with 26 points for the Crusaders, while Mia Lovik had 17. Andy Buhler For The News Tribune

Tacoma Baptist 60, Neah Bay 58: Crusaders girls use early lead, late free throws to advance to trophy game

March 03, 2017 12:11 PM