Shaw knocks off Hardaway, Kendrick falls late - WRBL

Shaw knocks off Hardaway, Kendrick falls late

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The Shaw Raiders knocked off Hardaway, 22-17, Thursday night, while Kendrick fell to Bowdon, 36-30.

Hardaway 17
Shaw 22

Bowdon 36
Shaw 30

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