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Bros vs.Joes (Girls Edition)

Ann-Marie James and Katrice Jackson after they launched up some three pointers.

Ann-Marie James and Katrice Jackson after they launched up some three pointers.

Ann-Marie James and Katrice Jackson after they launched up some three pointers.

Ann-Marie James and Katrice Jackson after they launched up some three pointers.

Aaron Sawchak, Managing Editor

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With basketball season right around the corner, the hype surrounding the girls basketball team is in full swing. To kick off the season, we needed to see a three point contest between Katrice Jackson from the basketball team, and aspiring model Ann-Marie James. Each participant will get ten shots from behind the three point line. Jackson was off to a cold start missing her first 4 shots, but then making 6 in a row to finish making 6/10. Ann-Marie needed to make 7 shots to beat the basketball star. Well, she didn’t. James missed every single shot. Katrice agreed to let Ann-Marie get another chance to redeem herself and not get utterly embarrassed again. We even let her shoot layups. About 2 feet away from the rim. She made 4 layups but still took the L. “I quit basketball in 5th grade for this exact reason,” James said. “I can’t make layups.” And apparently she can not make three pointers either.

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