Fillies split games in Pendleton Round Robin

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By Mike Aldridge

The Harrison County Fillies won on Monday and lost on Tuesday in the Edwardo’s Classic Tournament in Falmouth.  
The tournament is actually a round robin affair with the Fillies playing Grant County, Pendleton County and Campbell County in successive nights.
The junior varsity squads also play so it is an excellent opportunity for all of the teams to get some work in and gain experience.  
The Monday night battle was a tale of two halves as the Fillies were lethargic to start the game with the Lady Braves of Grant County.  

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