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Despite defeat, TPHS girls basketball continues to pick up confidence
Tinley Park junior guard Kayla Serafini rises above her defender to put up a shot in the lane Thursday, Nov. 30, in Tinley Park. Photos by Bob Klein/22nd Century Media
Sophomore forward Emily Kleffman (left) looks to make space in the post to put up a shot against Shepard.
Vejune Sidaugaite, who led the team with eight rebounds, brings the ball up the floor for the Titans.
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Tim Carroll, Sports Editor
4:05 pm CST December 4, 2017
The Tinley Park girls basketball team has youth on its side.
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