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Lutheran Basketball Association
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VALPARAISO | The Lutheran Basketball Association of America will be hosting their annual championship tournament in Valparaiso March 22 through March 24. The event, which was first hosted in Valparaiso in 1971, brings 64 teams comprised of boys and girls in middle school from all over the na…
VALPARAISO | Minivans from every corner of the country descended upon Valparaiso on Thursday morning as the 66th annual Lutheran Basketball Association of America National tournament held its opening ceremonies at Valparaiso University.
VALPARAISO | Sixty-five of the nation's top Lutheran boys and girls 7th & 8th grade basketball teams have competed in their state tournaments and were chosen by the Lutheran Basketball Association of America to compete for a national title. Teams from Indiana, Florida, Minnesota, Illinoi…
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