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Assumption powers past Goodman-Pembine to return to stateSubmitted: 03/15/2014
Story By Marisa Silvas

Assumption powers past Goodman-Pembine to return to state
SCHOFIELD - The final state tournament of the winter sports season is in girls basketball. Many teams trying to punch their tickets today. Goodman-Pembine faced last years state champ Assumption in the sectional finals.

Both schools students traveled well to D.C. Everest. Check out the Royals decked out in neon colors dancing and loving the atmosphere.

2nd quarter Macie Zurfluh with the bounce pass down low to Brittney Birkhauser. She lays it in to give Assumption a 14 point lead.

But the Patriots started to chip away. They pass it around to Courtney Goyak and she powers up for the bucket that pulls them within 8.

Time winding down in the half Sadie Zurfluh puts one up at the buzzer and hits the long two. Royals led by a 12 at the break.

In the 3rd quarter, Rachel Stankevich bounces it to Marissa Moloney and she gets the friendly bounce.

But the Royals pulled out to a big lead. Jenny Wanta up ahead to Gena Grundhoffe for the layin. Assumption is headed back to the Resch Center beating Goodman Pembine, 58-34 the final.




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