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Vanya Schultz as Austin Kerrigan on senior night for boys basketball

Vanya Schultz as Austin Kerrigan on senior night for boys basketball

Vanya Schultz as Austin Kerrigan on senior night for boys basketball

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Ivan Schultz  dons an Austin Kerrigan mask as Austin is introduced at senior night on Friday, February 23.

The boys basketball team ended the regular season in style with a victory over Lewiston-Altura in a well attended game at John Nett Rec Center.

 

Seniors Ausitn Griffin, Austin Kerrigan, Josiah Sandcork, Connor Zukowski, and Parker Nelton celebrate after a win on senior night

 

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