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New year, new roles for Malibu girls basketball
The Malibu High School girls basketball team kicked off play with a glow-in-the-dark scrimmage Nov. 17. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
The team poses with glowsticks before their scrimmage.
MHS sophomore Erin Muldoon takes the court during the preseason scrimmage the Sharks took part in on Nov. 17.
Forward Grace Stickney-Prakasim, pictured during a practice last year, will serve as a team captain alongside center Amelia Goudzwaard this year. 22nd Century Media File Photos
Sophie Beauvoir (left), pictured during a practice last season, was the Sharks’ lone senior and its go-to shooter last year. She graduated, leaving some shoes for young squad members to fill.
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Ryan Flynn, Freelance Reporter
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