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Waterloo Overcomes Deficit To Clip The Hawks

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Waterloo's Norah Gum, right, battles Gibault's Ashlyn Wightman for a rebound.
Waterloo's Norah Gum, right, battles Gibault's Ashlyn Wightman for a rebound.

The girls’ basketball team from Gibault’s is having a solid season. At 14-12 the Hawks are led by center Ashlyn Wightman and point guard Maddie Davis. GHS traveled across town Thursday to take on Waterloo (11-11), a team who's been streaky this season, but with their balanced attack have been on a roll as of …

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