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Basic wins Class 4A girls state golf championship

The Basic girls golf team won the first state championship in the new Class 4A on Wednesday.

The Wolves shot a two-day total of 320-over-par 896 at Aliante Golf Club in North Las Vegas to win the three-team event. Shadow Ridge was second at 930 and Foothill third at 990.

Basic’s Cienna Cabrera won the individual championship by 12 strokes, finishing at 12-over 156. Cimarron-Memorial’s Violet Ritter (168) was second, Durango’s Abigail Shih (182) third, Rancho’s Elenie Zuniga (200) fourth and Basic’s Jazmyn Hunter (210) fifth.

Contact Jason Orts at jorts@reviewjournal.com. Follow @SportsWithOrts on Twitter.

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