Navajo-Hopi Nations,Flagstaff & Winslow News
Fri, Sept. 18

Lady Braves bring home silver medals

Submitted Photo<br>
Pictured are (top row, from left) Brandon, K. Secody, S. Tsinnie, K. Secody, C. Semallie, L. Begay, Coach H. Butler, Asst. Coach S. Yazzie and Mr. Piestewa. Bottom from left are R. Nockideneh, Mrs. Piestewa, E. Yazzie, A. Honyumptewa,  T.Antonio and M. Secody.

Submitted Photo<br> Pictured are (top row, from left) Brandon, K. Secody, S. Tsinnie, K. Secody, C. Semallie, L. Begay, Coach H. Butler, Asst. Coach S. Yazzie and Mr. Piestewa. Bottom from left are R. Nockideneh, Mrs. Piestewa, E. Yazzie, A. Honyumptewa, T.Antonio and M. Secody.

TUBA CITY, Ariz.- The Lady Braves from Tuba City, Ariz., representing the great Western Navajo Nation, traveled to the Valley to participate in the Lori Piestewa Games recently.

The Lady Braves lost the first game against the San Carlos Native Ballerz on July 22. After regrouping, the Ladies faced Lady Heat on July 28, winning the game. The next game was against the Salt River Renegades and the Lady Braves won again. On July 24, the Lady Braves faced off against the BR Yellow Jackets. The Ladies won that game, which took them to the championship game. The Lady Braves faced Lady Guns, a team also from the great Navajo Reservation and fell short in the championship game. The Ladies brought home silver medals.

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