Valley Heights falls to Finger Lakes Christian Academy

By Robert Jeffrey

Sun Sports Contributor

NORWICH- Despite Emily Davis leading the home town Crusaders with 17 points on the night, Finger Lakes Christian School was able to deter any other Valley Heights player from reaching double-digit scoring. Ultimately, Finger Lakes won in a close one 31-26 at BOCES.



The first quarter of play saw FLCS take the early 9-8 lead over the host Crusaders. Lissah Waterman scored five of her team high 15 points in the opening quarter for the visitors, while Valley Heights’ Emily Davis scored six of her own in the quarter.


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