Liberty Boys Run Edison Off In East Tournament Victory

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Liberty Boys Run Edison Off In East Tournament Victory
The Fresno Edison boys basketball team scored more than 80 points in each of their first two wins of the East Tournament. That run ended Friday night, however, as Liberty defeated the Tigers in a tournament semifinal 59-46. The Patriots took a 10-point first quarter lead and never looked back in advancing to Saturday night's final.
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