Girls Basketball

SEASON PREVIEW: Badin isn’t loaded with experience, but expectations remain high

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Badin High School's Lauren Grawe (left) keeps her eyes on the ball Nov. 13, 2020, during a girls basketball practice at Mulcahey Gym in Hamilton. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

HAMILTON — Tom Sunderman believes his Badin High School girls basketball team can maintain the program’s winning tradition in 2020-21.

The Rams are 181-112 in the first 12 years of the Sunderman era. They haven’t had a losing record since going 12-13 in 2012-13. The only time they didn’t




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