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Dunmore-Riverside girls basketball Photo Gallery

Photos from the Dunmore/Riverside girls basketball game by Tim Drewes.

Dunmore’s Ciera Toomey is defended by Riverside’s Kylie Lavelle in Tuesday’s Lackawanna League Division 3 girls basketball first-place battle. (Tim Drewes Photo)
Riverside’s Katie Slaboda drives against Dunmore’s Ciera Toomey. (Tim Drewes)
Sophia Talutto goes to the basket for Dunmore with Riverside’s Lilli Pon in pursuit. (Tim Drewes Photo)
Dunmore’s Mia Blume (left) and Cadence Lewis go up for the ball against Riverside’s Lillie Pon. (Tim Drewes Photo)
Cadence Lewis, who scored 14 points in Dunmore’s 61-33 win, looks to make a pass. (Tim Drewes Photo)
Riverside’s Kylie Lavelle (22) and Dunmore’s Moriah Murray (1). (Tim Drewes Photo)
Mia Blume had seven assists for Dunmore against Riverside. (Tim Drewes Photo)
Dunmore’s Ciera Toomey is regarded as one of the nation’s top recruits in the Class of 2023. (Tim Drewes Photo).
Riverside’s Kylie Lavelle is defended by Dunmore’s Ciera Toomey. (Tim Drewes Photo).
Dunmore’s Sophia Talutto goes low to get the ball ahead of Riverside’s Brielle Reed. (Tim Drewes Photo)
Kylie Lavelle from Riverside goes up for a shot against future Drexel University teammate Moriah Murray from Dunmore in their final game as opponents. (Tim Drewes Photo)
Ciera Toomey, defended by Riverside’s Morgan Antoniacci, hit her first two 3-point attempts while scoring 21 points in Dunmore’s victory. (Tim Drewes Photo)
Riverside’s Kylie Lavelle goes up for a layup on the way to 28 points in the loss to Dunmore. (Tim Drewes Photo)
Mia Blume handles the ball for Dunmore. (Tim Drewes Photo)
University of North Carolina head coach Courtney Banghart (left) and Villanova University head coach Denise Dillon observe Dunmore’s Ciera Toomey in a home game against Riverside as her AAU coach, NEPA Elite founder/coach Kevin Clark, also looks on. (Tim Drewes Photo)

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