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West Oso Opens New Year With 75-65 Win

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Corpus Christi (kiii sports)- The West Oso Bears opened 2014 win a 75-65 road win at John Paul II on Thursday night.

Oso, playing its next-to-last game before opening district play on January 10th, led for almost the entire game against the Centurions. The Bears used strong rebounding to key their transition game against John Paul II.

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