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Battle for the Bubble Part II

The Super Bowl will be long over but residents of Fayette County looking for a big game won’t have to go far or wait too long for another excellent match-up. Starr’s Mill’s boys and girls basketball teams take the short trip to McIntosh on Tuesday night for the final games of the regular season. McIntosh’s boys and girls are on top of the sub-region and are ranked but their matches against their rivals went down to the wire early in January. Expect some great competition and school spirit at McIntosh on Tuesday night. The girls game begins at 6 p.m. and the boys game follows directly afterwards. Photo/Michael Boylan.

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