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January 4, 2013

Keys, Locust Grove girls in unique situation

You see it in the NFL, or sometimes college basketball, where two teams meet in back-to-back games. Usually that situation plays out at the end of the regular season before heading into the playoffs.

Well, tonight the Keys girls and Locust Grove will be in somewhat of a similar situation. The two teams will square off tonight at Cougar Fieldhouse in a regular-season clash, and then Tuesday they'll play again in the first round of the Locust Grove Invitational at Pirate Arena.

Keys coach Mickey Duncan said it'd be ideal for his club to withhold some information in the first matchup, but he wasn't quite sure if that would work or not.

We will find out in a couple of hours.

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