Bobcats Easily Get Past Bulldogs
Published: December 18th, 2006
By: Patrick Newell

Bobcats easily get past Bulldogs

Girls’ Basketball

B-G 55, Delhi 30

BAINBRIDGE – B-G raised its mark to 3-0 on Saturday with a comfortable victory over the Bulldogs.

The Bobcats spread their scoring out evenly getting a game-high 13 points and eight rebounds from senior guard Jennifer Patten. Marcie Day had nine, while Mariah Schaeffer and Megan Ives split 16 points down the middle.

“We move the ball pretty well, everyone got involved and everyone scored,” said B-G coach Bob Conway.

The Bobcats visit fellow league unbeaten, Unatego, Tuesday.

Delhi: Eva Rae Andrews, 0, Ashley Ticknor, 0, Meghan Taylor, 5 2-3-12, Ashley Skovira, , Jaime Mills, 1 0-0-2, Josie Elwell, 1 0-0-2, Megan Cantwell, 1 0-1-2, Kristan Morley, , Katie Darling, 0 1-3-1, Liz Viafore, 0 1-2-1, Jean Viafore, 4 2-2-10 . Totals: 12 6-11-30.

B-G: Sam Spalholz, 1 2-2-5; Mariah Schaeffer, 4 0-0-8; Jen Patten, 4 5-7-13; Liz Holbert, 1 2-2-4; Megan Ives, 2 4-6-8; Nicole Conway, 3 0-0-6; Marcie Day, 3 3-5-9. Totals: 19 15-22-53.

Score by quarters

Delhi. 6 7 8 9–30

B-G 12 16 10 15–55

Three-point goals: none. JV: B-G won 34-30.

Unatego 40, Oxford 36

WELLS BRIDGE – Katya Harris broke a tie with four foul shots in the final minute to give the Spartans a close win over Oxford and extend their winning streak to six games.

Oxford offset Unatego’s size advantage with strong interior play and aggressive rebounding. “We concentrated on our rebounding, and for the most part we were successful,” said Oxford coach Brad Aldrich. “It was a good team effort to match up against their size.”

Alysa Law hit two three-pointers to finish with 10 points to lead The Blackhawks, who visit Sidney today.

Oxford: Katie Seiler, 3 0-0-6; Alysa Law, 3 1-1-9; C. Baker, 1 0-0-2; Chantel Crandall, 0; Erin Law, 2 0-0-4; Hollyann Branham, 2 1-4-; Felicia Tynan, 1 0-0-2; J. Davis, 3 0-0-6; Amanda Nightengale, 1 0-0-2 . Totals: 16 2-5-36.

Unatego: Kailey Kinsella, 0, Kalynn Birdsall 0, Gabi May 0, Ashley Walke 0, Chelsie Dalton 1 0-0-2, Katya Harris 1 6-8-8, Colleen O’Hara 2 3-4-9, MacKensey O’Hara 7 3-3-17, Blake Shelton 1 2-4-4, Kelly Fernandez 0. Totals: 12 14-19-40.

Score by quarters

Oxf. 8 8 12 8–36

Unat. 6 13 7 14–40

Three-point goals: (U) C. O’Hara 2, (O) A. Law 2. JV: Oxford won 45-33.

G-MU captures Morris Boosters Tournament

G-MU 49, Morris 37 (final)

Charlotte Valley 49, Otselic Valley 28 (consolation game)

ONEONTA – G-MU won the latest offering in this local rivalry taking the Morris Boosters Tournament title in the clubs’ third meeting this season.

Morris was coming off a win last week against the Raiders to avenge an early-season defeat, but it wasn’t able to contain G-MU sophomore Dani Conway, nor did it expect the career-high game from Ashlea Osborne.

Osborne scored six of her career-high 11 points in the fourth, and Conway, the tourney MVP, finished with 23 including 14-for-16 from the foul line. “When you’re playing a team you know this well, you really don’t make many adjustments,” said G-MU coach Jim Johnson. “You just keep pounding and hope things go in.”

G-MU used a 12-0 run in the third quarter to erase Morris’ 22-18 lead and pull away for the victory.

The Raiders’ tandem of Brittney Peet and Brittney Rudnitsky were instrumental in limiting Morris’ leading scorer, Bobbi-Jean Bryden, to just 11 points. Bryden was averaging around 20 points a game in the first two meetings. “They did a great job guarding Bryden,” Johnson said. “We wish this was a league win over them, but we’ll take it.”

Charlotte Valley held OV without a point in the first quarter to snatch a double-digit lead and cruise to the consolation game victory. Amber Wood scored 10 points to pace OV.

Morris: Asia Carrol, 1 0-2-3, Kayla Forgit, 1 0-0-2, Brandee Decker, 1 4-8-6, Kaitlyn Meyers, 4 0-0-8; Hannah Schwartzhan, 3 1-2-7; Bobbi-Jean Bryden, 2 7-8-11, Gretchen Meyer 0, Mollie Goodwin, 0, Lindsey Shumway, 0. Totals: 12 12-20-37.

G-MU: Sam Moreno , Ashlea Osborne 4 1-2-11, Cass Calamia, 0; Brittney Peet 2 0-0-4, Danielle Conway 4 14-16-23, Sam Brooks 1 0-0-3, Sierra French 0, Kayla Armstrong 0, Brittney Rudnitsky 3 0-0-6, Terra Moore 0 2-4-2. Totals: 14 17-22-49.

Score by quarters

Morr. 11 9 6 11–37


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