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Last week we broke down Linn County’s high school boys’ basketball teams and presented first and second All County teams and this week we will do the same for the girls. As it was with the boys’ teams, selection for the girls’ teams is determined by stats and seeing the girls play.

Before we begin, let’s review how each team did this season. 

Pleasanton had the best season overall with a seventh place TRL finish and a 6-5 league record. The Lady Jays were 14-8 overall.

The Lady Hawks finished their season 10th in TRL play with a 3-8 league record and a 3-18 record overall.

The Lady Buffs finished seventh in the Pioneer League with a 2-10 league record and a 4-17 record overall. 

Jayhawk and Prairie View were eliminated in the first round of their respective sub-state tournaments while Pleasanton went 1-1 in their sub-state tournament.

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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