Braves can't push past Pirates in championship

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Brownstown Central’s boys basketball team couldn’t quite overcome giving up the first 15 points of the game.

You can’t have that kind of start in the regional championship, especially against a quick, aggressive, efficient team.

In Saturday’s Class 3A Washington Regional, No. 2 Greensburg knocked down three 3-pointers during that run to open the game, and the Pirates hit another one at the buzzer for a 22-10 lead through one quarter. Fourth-ranked Brownstown managed to pull as close as seven three times in the fourth quarter, but the Braves couldn’t pull through, losing 65-54.


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