Girls basketball: Despite delay, East Bay's Harley reaches 1,000 boards



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Thu. January 28, 2010 | Eduardo A. Encina

It took a few extra days, but East Bat senior Shytina Harley finally reached a rare milestone Thursday night.

In the Indians' 58-57 loss to Spoto, Harley scored 17 points and had 12 rebounds. The latter number pushed her over 1,000 rebounds for her career (She came into the game with 997). She reached 1,000 career points last week -- so she has joined the 1,000/1,000 club.

Harley has hoped to break the mark on Tuesday at home, but East Bay's home game against Freedom wasn't played because the Patriots forfeited the game because their buses didn't show up.

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