Norwich all business in 63-37 blowout of Susquehanna Valley

NORWICH – Norwich took a business-like approach to its final home game of the season, and after four quarters of action, punched out with a 63-37 victory over Susquehanna Valley in the Section IV Class B semifinals.



Norwich, who won the Class A title a year ago, play for the Class B boys’ basketball championship on Friday night against Seton Catholic Central at 7:45 p.m. at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena. The last back-to-back sectional titles for the Tornado came in 1993-’94 when they went on to win consecutive state titles. “It would be nice to go back-to-back, and it certainly will not be easy,” said Norwich coach Mark Abbott. “The whole focus of this program is beating good people and winning championships.”

Norwich (18-3) posted one of its most impressive wins of the season in the first meeting the with the Sabers administering an 81-41 drubbling.


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