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So far, the Pleasant Valley Spartans have proven themselves unbeatable when it comes to girls basketball. Though the Muskies could not break the Spartans perfect streak, they did improve markedly from their first encounter with them. In this difficult matchup, the Muskies fell to the Spartans 52-39, much better than their early season loss of 19-50.
The Muskies had a dominant first quarter. Emily Woepking made the first basket of the game, bringing the Muskies to 3-0. The Muskies scored several more times that quarter, with Zoey Long making two three-point shots. At the end of the first quarter, the Muskies maintained the lead with a score of 11-7.
Throughout the second quarter, neither the Muskies nor the Spartans shot very many baskets. With a lot of back and forth action, the Muskies and the Spartans fought valiantly for the lead. Eventually, the Spartans did gain the upper hand and ended the first half ahead 17-15.
After a rousing halftime speech from their coach, Pleasant Valley took their game up a notch and really brought their a game to the Muskies. Though the Muskies defended valiantly, the Spartans still outscored them 17-2. At their highest point, the Spartans led the Muskies by seventeen points with a score of 34-17. Though the Muskies worked to put a dent in that lead, they still trailed Pleasant Valley 36-22 at the end of the quarter.
The Spartans started out the final quarter of the game with another seventeen-point lead, making the score 39-22. Bit by bit, the Muskies worked to lessen that lead, but never got within fewer than twelve points of the Spartans. In the end, Pleasant Valley earned their fourteenth victory of the season by beating the Muskies 52-39.

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