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Warriors 6th grade girls basketball team wins

Brainerd played in the Orono Tournament.

Brainerd sixth grade girls basketball team.
The Brainerd Warriors sixth grade team is Bella Goggleye, front, left, Azil Pulak, Taryn Mithun, Bri Blasing, Macy Castle , back, left, Ava Swanson, Grace Fredrickson and Bethany Black Lance.
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The Brainerd Warriors Girls Basketball Association sixth-grade "A" team won the Orono Spartan Classic Tournament Jan. 23.
This is the team's fourth tournament victory this season.

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