Flagstaff Girls Basketball Loses in Semifinal

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It was a sad end to the season for the Flagstaff Eagles girls basketball team.
Their heartbreaking 52-32 loss on Friday eliminated them from the state tournament. They faced the No. 3-seeded Pueblo Magnet Warriors at Grand Canyon University Arena in Phoenix.
They had two drastically different halves, which ultimately led to their defeat. Following the first half, the No. 3-seeded Eagles were trailing just 26-23. Flagstaff was fully in this game, focused on securing their ticket to the 4A Conference state finals.

Sadly, the second half took a drastic turn, starting with Pueblo’s 16-0 run that began with just under six minutes to go in the third quarter. Nine third-quarter turnovers from the Eagles made a comeback impossible. They finished with 30 total turnovers, a disappointing result for the talented team. Despite that, the girls can be proud of their successful season and their playoff run.

For more information, please visit the official website of Flagstaff Eagles Athletics here.

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