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THRILLING RALLY FALLS JUST SHORT

Rough first half costly, but Flyers give fans something to cheer about

  • The Freeman High School girls basketball team reacts as Viborg-Hurley is introduced as a SoDak16 qualifier Thursday night, Feb. 27 in Tea. Among those pictured are seniors Emily Miller and Izzy Sayler, left; Emmarie Edwares (No. 1) and Jaimie Glanzer (center). 	PHOTOS BY JEREMY WALTNER
    The Freeman High School girls basketball team reacts as Viborg-Hurley is introduced as a SoDak16 qualifier Thursday night, Feb. 27 in Tea. Among those pictured are seniors Emily Miller and Izzy Sayler, left; Emmarie Edwares (No. 1) and Jaimie Glanzer (center). PHOTOS BY JEREMY WALTNER
Throughout her years playing basketball for the Freeman High School girls, Emmarie Edwards has viewed the “Last Play” mantra adopted by the team six seasons ago as a rallying cry — something the players wore on the backs of their shooting shirts that both united and motived the Flyers. Last Thursday night, on the basketball court in Tea, those two words took on a whole new meaning for Edwards and three other seniors — Jaimie Glanzer, Emily Miller and Izzy Sayler — whose prep basketball careers…

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