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Allison Scranton chipped in with seven points and 11 rebounds for the T-Girls, who finished 19-11 in Johnson's final game at the helm.

Johnson finishes his coaching career with 679 wins, the second all-time winning record in the state of California. His team fell a bit short this time against a squad of full-time AAU players during the off season, but the outcome was in doubt until the final minute.

Johnson, the dean of Empire basketball coaches, can now let his record speak for itself as he moves into retirement. He did choke up slightly, and could only say immediately after the game, "We gave them a good run tonight didn't we?"