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BASKETBALL: Burnt River drops Tri-Co openers to Crane

CRANE — Crane defeated Burnt River in both the boys and girls games Friday in the Tri-County League basketball opener for both teams.

Crane topped the Burnt River boys 48-35 and the girls 52-21. Burnt River boys are 2-1 on the season and 0-1 in league. Burnt River girls are 1-2 overall an d0-1 in league.

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