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Lanie Grant makes high school basketball history with gold-medal victory


can't believe it happened. The standout guard became the first basketball player in James River High School history to win a Gold Medal when her team won the FIBA Women's Americas Championship in Mexico. She's also committed to North Carolina. "Something about UNC, the coaches, the campus, the culture, I fell in love with it." (WTVR.com)

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Lanie Grant makes high school basketball history with gold-medal victory


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