PREP BASKETBALL: Glenwood girls hold off Lee-Scott for 1st state title since 2008

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Posted: Tuesday, February 18, 2014 9:46 pm

MONTGOMERY — Glenwood’s girls basketball team waited six years for a state championship. The Gators didn’t mind waiting another 24 minutes.

Top-ranked Glenwood took home its first state title since 2008 when it defeated No. 2 Lee-Scott, 15-2, on Tuesday afternoon in Huntingdon College’s Roland Arena.

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