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Pfaff has had the ball in her hands since stepping onto a high school court and scoring a team-high 12.6 points per game to earn honorable mention All-Badger North recognition as a freshman in 2019-20. Even after Maya White Eagle transferred into the program and scored 20.1 points per game last season, Pfaff still got plenty of touches, averaging 11.7 points, 4.0 rebounds, 3.7 steals and 3.2 assists per game. The 5-foot-7 junior guard will look to use that all-around ability to help the Thunderbirds improve from last year’s 4-18 record. “Taylor is underrated,” Baraboo coach Michael Behl said. “She might be the best overall point guard in the Badger West. She shoots it well from 3 and mid-range, scores at the rim, sees the floor well and is very unselfish. She is our best rebounder and has turned herself into an above-average defender.”

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In what was a tough loss for Philadelphia, former UW linebacker T.J. Edwards had a good game with six tackles, three of which were solo efforts.

Following Diamond's diagnosis — and the introduction of several new animals at the zoo including an eagle and Groot, an owl — the Racine Zoo is hosting the All in for the Animals fundraiser from Tuesday to Thursday to raise money to support all of their inhabitants.  According to the zoo, the RUUD Family Foundation, Educations Credit Union and McDonald's of North Racine will match each donated dollar up to $5,000 to help the fundraiser.

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Buss, a 5-foot-11, 175-pound junior from Verona, has been held scoreless in the brief action he's seen in four games with the Eagles since transferring from Northern Iowa. No. 12 Winthrop opens the tournament 8:57 p.m. Friday against No. 5 Villanova in the South region. 

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