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 Central's Brooklyn Pumphrey, left, Allison Bright fumble the basketball during second half girls basketball action Monday night against Strasburg in Woodstock. Rich Cooley/Daily
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 Central's Meredith Phillips goes up over Strasburg's Mikala Alsberry during first half girls basketball action Monday night  in Woodstock. Rich Cooley/Daily
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Central head coach Mallory Skarupa presents Katelyn Poston with a basketball marking her 1,000 career points prior to Monday night's hoeme game with Strasburg Rich Cooley/Daily
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 Central's Katelyn Poston goes up for a shot during second half girls basketball action in Woodstock Monday night. Poston is flanked by Strasburg defenders  Kelsey Jenkins, left, and Katie Dofermire, right. Rich Cooley/Daily
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Central's Katelyn Poston goes up for a lay up while Strasburg's Kasey Fauber tries to catch up during first half action Monday night against Strasburg.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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 Central's Brooklyn Pumphrey shoots while surrounded by Strasburg's Kelsey Jenkins, left, and Kasey Fauber, center, and Katie Dofermire, right,  during second half girls basketball action Monday night in Woodstock.   Rich Cooley/Daily
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Central's  Katelyn Poston shoots over Strasburg's Kelsey Jenkins during first half girls basketball action Monday night in Woodstock. Rich Cooley/Daily
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 Katharine Thompson, 13, a Frederick County Middle School student, looks to identify a charcoal sample during the during the FFA Massanutten Federation Small Animal Care Contest  at Admiral Richard E. Byrd Middle School in Winchester on Tuesday. The  contest featured approximately seventy students from frederick and shenandoah county schools that competed in general knowledge, equipment, breeds, and feed identification. Rich Cooley/Daily
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Melanie Baltrusch,11, a Signal Knob Middle School student, uses her calculator during the problem solving segment of the  FFA Massanutten Federation Small Animal Care Contest  at Admiral Richard E. Byrd Middle School in Winchester on Tuesday. The  contest featured approximately seventy students from frederick and shenandoah county schools that competed in general knowledge, equipment, breeds, and feed identification.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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Zachary Hafele,  11, a Signal Knob Middle School student,  records an answer  on his breed identification test during the FFA Massanutten Federation Small Animal Care Contest  at Admiral Richard E. Byrd Middle School in Winchester on Tuesday. The  contest featured approximately seventy students from frederick and shenandoah county schools that competed in general knowledge, equipment, breeds, and feed identification.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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Strasburg High School Coach Millson French, Jr. waves to the crowd after being recognized for his last regular season home game Tuesday night. French plans to retire after 39 years of coaching basketball at Strasburg High School.   Rich Cooley/Daily
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Strasburg High School Coach Millson French, Jr. smiles as his teammates applaud after being recognized for his last regular season home game Tuesday night. French plans to retire after 39 years of coaching basketball at Strasburg High School.   Rich Cooley/Daily
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