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November 16th, 2011 |
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Using trash cans, the Brookwood High School percussion ensemble stunned the concert crowd Monday with its performance of “Lids.”
The Brookwood girls track and field team leaned on the two-time defending Scenic Bluffs Conference Most Valuable Athlete, Allyson Nelson, to claim second place at Saturday’s Cashton Invite.
The Royall Panthers opted not to play at home Thursday because of wet grounds at Panther Park, venturing to Necedah to take on the Cardinals.