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Gazette Foul Shooting: Perfect scores for Tallman, Lane

Schenectady athletic director Steve Boynton, left, presents Mohonasen's Mason Tallman with the winner's trophy, and Schenectady's Andrew Cyr accepts the runner-up plaque from Patriots coach Eric Loudis Saturday.
Schenectady athletic director Steve Boynton, left, presents Mohonasen's Mason Tallman with the winner's trophy, and Schenectady's Andrew Cyr accepts the runner-up plaque from Patriots coach Eric Loudis Saturday.
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A pair of talented sophomores with bright futures achieved perfection Saturday morning at Schen­ectady High School as the Gazette Foul Shooting Contest returned to the Pat Riley Center after an absence of nine years. Mohonasen’s Mason Tallman sank 25 of 25 shots to win the boys’ competition, while Bishop Maginn’s Courtney Lane became the first girls’ participant in the history of the event to register a perfect score. Tallman was five shots better than the ...


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