Giselle Uribe, a freshman at Buchanan High School, prepares to execute a throw in during a game against Clovis East High School. Buchanan won 2-0.
Giselle Uribe, a freshman at Buchanan High School, prepares to execute a throw in during a game against Clovis East High School. Buchanan won 2-0. Doug Hoagland/Special to The Clovis Independent
Giselle Uribe, a freshman at Buchanan High School, prepares to execute a throw in during a game against Clovis East High School. Buchanan won 2-0. Doug Hoagland/Special to The Clovis Independent

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