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The Fair Park Lady Indians continued their impressive run, taking down district foe Woodlawn in the first round of the playoffs 78-56 Friday night.  The Lady Indians scored early and often against the Lady Knights, using the fast break to push ahead.  It was one year ago that Fair Park was bounced from the first round of the playoffs, a game that has stuck with them as they head into the second round.  Now that they've avenged that loss, the Lady Indians say they have their sights firmly set on a deep playoff run.  They recently became the first team in school history to go undefeated in district and will try to continue their run Monday night.

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