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Rolling Meadows honors runner-up girls basketball team
 

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Rolling Meadows honors runner-up girls basketball team
  • Rolling Meadows’ Jenny Vliet, center, shares a laugh with teammate Jackie Kemph, center right, and others as they watch a highlight video during a pep assembly at the school on Monday.

    Purchase Photo | Rolling Meadows’ Jenny Vliet, center, shares a laugh with teammate Jackie Kemph, center right, and others as they watch a highlight video during a pep assembly at the school on Monday. Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

  • Players are introduced during a pep assembly at Rolling Meadows High School celebrating the girls basketball team’s second-place finish in the Class 4A state tournament over the weekend.

    Purchase Photo | Players are introduced during a pep assembly at Rolling Meadows High School celebrating the girls basketball team’s second-place finish in the Class 4A state tournament over the weekend. Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

  • Players pose with the Class 4A state runner-up trophy to conclude a pep assembly Monday at Rolling Meadows High School. The Mustangs wrapped up a 29-5 season with an appearance in the Class 4A state title game in Normal on Saturday.

    Purchase Photo | Players pose with the Class 4A state runner-up trophy to conclude a pep assembly Monday at Rolling Meadows High School. The Mustangs wrapped up a 29-5 season with an appearance in the Class 4A state title game in Normal on Saturday. Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

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A second straight second-place finish led to a second straight recognition assembly for Rolling Meadows' girls basketball team on Monday in the school's main gym.

The Mustangs wrapped up their season 29-5 after a 60-44 loss to Whitney Young in Saturday's Class 4A state championship game at Redbird Arena in Normal.

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Rolling Meadows, led by seniors Jackie Kemph, Alexis Glasgow, Jenny Vliet and Ashley Montanez, became the first team in the history of the Mid-Suburban League to appear in a girls basketball championship game more than once.

As part of Monday's festivities, the team's captains presented the runner-up trophy to Rolling Meadows administrators for a spot in the school's trophy case.

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