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A-10 girls basketball: Cambridge surprises Seffner Christian

Second-seeded Cambridge upset top-seeded Seffner Christian 36-30 in Saturday night's Class A, District 10 championship game, earning a home game in next week's region quarterfinals.

Seffner (14-10) had beaten Cambridge twice this season, by 26 and 29 points, but the Crusaders couldn't beat the Lancers (12-10) a third time. Seffner was 4-for-14 from the free-throw line and missed 14 layups.

"It was very uncharacteristic for us, we just didn't play well," Seffner coach Greg Fawbush said. "Everything we did that worked against them the first two times didn't work this time. It was the worst game we've played all year."

Seffner was without two starters, including leading scorer Jenny Moorer, who was averaging 17.2 points.

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A-10 girls basketball: Cambridge surprises Seffner Christian 02/07/09 [Last modified: Saturday, February 7, 2009 11:44pm]
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