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The Prairie View basketball team hosted a non-league contest against the Frontenac Raiders on the evening of Jan. 5.

The Buffalos just got off big losses to Baldwin and were hoping to play better against the Raiders. Both teams did play better against Frontenac, but at the end the Buffalos still lost both the boys’ and girls’ games. They lost the girls’ game 59-40, and they lost the boys’ game 69-50.


Despite the scores, both games were much closer through most of the game than what the final score indicated, and in both games Frontenac had a big fourth quarter to put the game away.

To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online version here.


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