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Mark Schumacher sported a headband in support of his friend Zach Gabbard during Perham's return to the court after Gabbard's collapse.

One game at a time

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The combined nature of heavy and hopeful Perham hearts was bolstered by sincere empathy from the West Central Area team and fans during and after the game Tuesday evening.

Little sympathy was shown to the hosts on the floor, as the Yellowjackets improved to 12-0 after a 64-13 victory.

Even missing Zach Gabbard, the Perham defense picked up right where it left off, holding the third team this season to single digits at the half.

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Robert Williams
Robert has been the Sports Editor for the Focus since 2010 covering multiple state and national championship teams and is a mainstay at state tournaments each season covering the successful, athletic programs of Perham and New York Mills High Schools.
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