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The Jamestown Blue Jays fourth-grade traveling girls basketball team went 3-0 and placed first at the Northern State Wolves Invite on Sunday in Aberdeen. The Blue Jays defeated Oakes, Aberdeen and Watertown, S.D. Team members are, front row, from left, Kaia Dillman, Jenna Fischer and Ryleigh Martin. Back row, from left, Abby Fletcher, McKayla Kukowski, Alyssa Gange and Eliza Herrick. The team is coached by Crystal and Brandon Gange. (Submitted photo)

4th-graders take 1st

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4th-graders take 1st
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The Jamestown Blue Jays fourth-grade traveling girls basketball team went 3-0 and placed first at the Northern State Wolves Invite on Sunday in Aberdeen. The Blue Jays defeated Oakes, Aberdeen and Watertown, S.D. Team members are, front row, from left, Kaia Dillman, Jenna Fischer and Ryleigh Martin. Back row, from left, Abby Fletcher, McKayla Kukowski, Alyssa Gange and Eliza Herrick. The team is coached by Crystal and Brandon Gange. (Submitted photo)

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