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Local basketball team plays, has fun in Santa Cruz

Lodi Nitro basketball team competed in a basketball tournament. The team (top row): Coach Brandon Seibel, Ryan Culver, Ryan Brock, John Durham, Jordan Van Ness, Jake Yarbrough, coach Mike Yarbrough. Bottom row: Jeff Seibel, Stuart Fuller, Sam Ellison, Tommy Williams, Ata Ibrahim, Daniel Wyatt and Jalen Balbin.

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