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    Emma Ranger shoots in the first quarter of last Tuesday’s blowout of Holliday at Graham High School gym. The Lady Blues are scheduled to face Lovelady at 10:30 a.m. from A&M Consolidated in College Station on Dec. 27 in the Aggieland Tournament Leader photo by Travis Martinez

Lady Blues take charge early leaving no doubt in non-district game

The Christmas break will be a little bit sweeter for the Graham Lady Blues. The varsity team ensured that they would go into a break with a merry feeling, as they left cruised to a 68-45 win over Holliday Tuesday.

After struggling to make shots in their last game, the Lady Blues made a statement in a big way over a quality Class 3A opponent. The squad dealt Holliday their largest defeat of the season. Every player on the Graham roster managed to score at least one point.

The Lady Blues scored just 37 points in a loss last week but got off to an early start leading to a big win heading into the holiday break. Their head coach admitted it was a welcome sight to see his team come out of the gates with a purpose.

“We talked about playing fast right off the bat,” said coach Ky Graham. “We ...

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