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    Southridge's Kadie Dearing, right, drove the ball downcourt while being guarded by Northeast Dubois' Chloe Johnson during Tuesday night's game at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Northeast Dubois' Katelyn Helming, left, Rachel Breitwieser, Emily Lueken and Chloe Johnson put their hands in for a pregame cheer before the start of Tuesday night's game against Southridge at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Southridge's Taylor Neukam received high fives from teammates Brianna Lammers, left, and Kendyl McKeough during player introductions at Tuesday night's game against Northeast Dubois at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Members of Southridge's girls basketball team huddled before Tuesday night's game against Northeast Dubois at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Southridge's Kendyl McKeough, center, battled for possession of the ball against Northeast Dubois' Rachel Breitwieser, left, and Morgan Seng during Tuesday night's game at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Southridge's Kendyl McKeough, center, lifted a shot over Northeast Dubois' Morgan Seng, left, and Haley Kinder during Tuesday night's game at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Southridge cheerleaders Erica Buechlein, left, Skylar Kemp and Jessica Hilsmeyer, all sophomores, chatted with Ellie Bardwell of Huntingburg, 6, during Tuesday night's game against Northeast Dubois at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Northeast Dubois' Rachel Breitwieser, right, drove the ball downcourt while being guarded by Southridge's Kendyl McKeough during Tuesday night's game at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Southridge's Kayla Voegerl reacted to a traveling call during Tuesday night's game against Northeast Dubois at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Northeast Dubois' Emily Lueken drove toward Southridge defender Kadie Dearing (15) during Tuesday night's game at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Southridge's Kadie Dearing, left, Kayla Voegerl, Taylor Neukam, Aubrey Main, Sydney Altmeyer and Kendyl McKeough strategized during halftime of Tuesday night's game against Northeast Dubois at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Southridge sophomore cheerleader Skylar Kemp, second from right, stood at attention during a free throw during Tuesday night's game against Northeast Dubois at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Southridge's Taylor Neukam, left, Paxton Combs, Lindsey Schaeffer, Madi Combs, Brianna Lammers and Sidney Eckert cheered on their teammates during Tuesday night's game against Northeast Dubois at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Northeast Dubois' Emily Lueken, left, Morgan Seng, Brynn Hoffman and Haley Kinder listened to the coaching staff during a timeout at Tuesday night's game against Southridge at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Northeast Dubois' Taylor Bauer, left, Talia Terwiske, Morgan Seng and Rachel Breitwieser watched from the bench late in Tuesday night's game against Southridge at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Northeast Dubois' Haley Kinder, right, dribbled downcourt while being guarded by Southridge's Aubrey Main during Tuesday night's game at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Southridge's Taylor Neukam, left, and Northeast Dubois' Chloe Johnson battled for possession during Tuesday night's game at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Northeast Dubois' Emily Lueken looked for an opening during Tuesday night's game against Southridge at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Members of the Southridge girls basketball team cheered for coach Greg Werner as he did pushups in the locker room after Tuesday night's game against Northeast Dubois at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Southridge's Taylor Neukam, left, Aubrey Main, Sydney Altmeyer, Kendyl McKeough, Lindsey Schaeffer and Paxton Combs joined hands in prayer after winning Tuesday night's game against Northeast Dubois at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Southridge's Sydney Altmeyer, left, Kendyl McKeough, Lindsey Schaeffer, Paxton Combs, Madi Combs and Sidney Eckert joined teammates in a celebratory cheer after winning Tuesday night's game against Northeast Dubois at Memorial Gym in Huntingburg. Southridge won 49-44. Rachel Mummey/The Herald