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Dunkin' Dogs Fall In Class 3A State Championship

Reported by: Charlie Bartlett

Burkburnett's coming home as Class 3A State Runners-Up.

Corpus Christi West Oso defeated the Dunkin' Dogs 61-57 in the State Championship at the Frank Erwin Center Saturday afternoon.

Burk had a comfortable 8-point lead over the Bears after the first half, but couldn't find a way to hold them off when they needed it the most. The Dogs failed to win their first state title in the team's second appearance at the state tournament.

Brent Deeb led the Dunkin' Dogs with 13 points, while Jerard Graham scored 12 and had five assists.

Michael Elphick had a team-high nine rebounds.

The Bulldogs end the year 33-4 as State Finalists.

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