OPH girls lose to North Clay, 53-26
Posted on November 23, 2022
A slow start spelled doom for Oblong-Palestine-Hutsonville’s girls’ basketball team Monday and it resulted in the first loss of the young season. OPH fell behind early and never recovered in a 53-26 loss to Louisville-North Clay in a non-conference contest in Oblong.
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