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SHP boys basketball, boys soccer teams at the top of the WBAL

 

For a few more hours the Sacred Heart Prep boys basketball team can savor the feeling of residing alone atop the West Bay Athletic League boys basketball standings.

Aidan Braccia scored 19 points and the Gators beat host Crystal Springs Uplands 74-41 in the only scheduled WBAL contest Monday. Read the story here.

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