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OPH girls outlast Chrisman in overtime, 42-40

Posted on November 22, 2022

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It took an extra period, but Oblong-Palestine-Hutsonville’s girls’ basketball team was able to pick up its second win of the season in as many tries Thursday night. OPH rallied late to force overtime, then was able to win the extra period to pull out a 42-40 victory at Chrisman.

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