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PHOTOS: South Park at Soroco

Soroco senior Jesse Koler passes to a teammate during a home game against South Park on Saturday, Jan. 4.
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OAK CREEK — In their first games since the winter break, the Soroco boys and girls basketball teams hosted South Park on Saturday, Jan. 4.

The girls erupted to a 70-19 victory, while the boys rode out a close start to win 53-41 over the Burros.

Both teams will travel to West Grand on Saturday, Jan. 11 for a 2A Western Slope matchup.

Soroco sophomore Kayedence Bruner aims a 3-pointer during a home game against South Park on Saturday, Jan. 4.
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Soroco junior Tyler Koler-Wixom dribbles around a Burros player during a home game against South Park on Saturday, Jan. 4.
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Soroco freshman Shelby Geiger dribbles to the top of the key during a home game against South Park on Saturday, Jan. 4.
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Soroco junior Liam Yaconiello goes up for a layup during a home game against South Park on Saturday, Jan. 4.
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Soroco junior Makinley Parker scores in the second half of a home game against South Park on Saturday, Jan. 4.
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Soroco senior Nick Estes battles through a pair of Burros during a home game against South Park on Saturday, Jan. 4.
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Soroco senior Kourtney Bruner watches as Rams junior Makinley Parker battles a pair of Burros for the rebound during a home game against South Park on Saturday, Jan. 4.
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Soroco senior Jesse Koler passes to a teammate during a home game against South Park on Saturday, Jan. 4.
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Soroco senior Kourtney Bruner dribbles the ball during a home game against South Park on Saturday, Jan. 4.
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