Sasha Anderson, 12, predicted the Final Four teams in this year’s NCAA tournament as part of a competition at her school.
Sasha Anderson, 12, predicted the Final Four teams in this year’s NCAA tournament as part of a competition at her school. Courtesy of Denzelle Lawson
Sasha Anderson, 12, predicted the Final Four teams in this year’s NCAA tournament as part of a competition at her school. Courtesy of Denzelle Lawson

While your March Madness bracket was destroyed, this 7th grader predicted the Final Four

March 31, 2017 07:28 AM

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