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March 25, 2010 at 1:17 PM

City Council declares April 5 ‘Cleveland High School Day’

In recognition of Cleveland’s Class 3A state girls basketball championship, the Seattle City Council has made a proclamation declaring April 5 “Cleveland High School Day.”

That’s exciting for the Eagles, who enjoyed an outstanding run through the 3A tournament earlier this month and beat Metro-rival Holy Names in the title game to claim the school’s first-ever girls basketball crown.

Coach Stephenie Wheeler-Smith and her players will be at the city council chambers Monday at 2 p.m. for a presentation of the proclamation, which has been signed by all of the council members along with Mayor Mike McGuinn.

Congratulations again to Cleveland!

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