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Wahconah girls basketball demolishes Littleton to reach first state final in 21 years

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Wahconah's Dani Barry guards Littleton's Kaylin O'Meara in the Division IV Final four in Springfield on Wednesday night. Wahconah beat Littleton 86-35.

SPRINGFIELD — It hurts Olivia Mason to smile. But Wahconah’s junior center walked out of the gym fighting off an ear-to-ear grin.

“We are so ecstatic,” she said after the Warriors’ MIAA Division IV Final Four win. “Haven’t been here in 21 years. It’s such a great honor to get to play in a state championship, and I think this team really deserves it.”



Mike Walsh can be reached at mwalsh@berkshireeagle.com or 413-496-6240. On Twitter: @WalshWrites89.

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Mike Walsh is sports editor at The Berkshire Eagle. He's been with The Eagle since 2017. Walsh also authors the NENPA-winning Powder Report column. He's an avid snowboarder, runner, homebrewer, and he used to play a pretty mean sousaphone.

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