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February 4, 2014

Falls girls edge Ken West in 2OT

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Tonawanda News — "We're really looking forward to that game," said Esposito. "Hopefully the girls will have a little left after this game, with double overtime, but we're going to be ready for Lockport and they're going to be ready for us."

How does Esposito keep his girls grounded after such an emotional high Tuesday night?

"It's going to be tough. We've just got to try talking. The next game's for the NFL championship, so we've got to get ready for that one."

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