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Auburn Mountainview 47, Sumner 29 Sumner: 2-10-7-10 - 29 Auburn Mountainview: 13-13-14-7 – 47

December 18 at Auburn Mountainview

Auburn Mountainview 47, Sumner 29

Sumner: 2-10-7-10 – 29

Auburn Mountainview: 13-13-14-7 – 47

Sumner: Madison Coates 9, Kennedy Cutter 5, Jaylin Borden 4, Kaitlyn Clark 4, Claire Selmer 2, Joy Mahnken 2, Kelsey Bell 1, Annie Smith 1, Jane Allyn Norris 1.

Sumner record: 2-2 league, 3-5 overall.

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