NEW BERLIN – The Unadilla Valley girls varsity basketball team hosted the lady Bobcats of Bainbridge-Guilford in one-sided Chenango County matchup, to which B-G dominated from start to finish, winning 57-25.
The home loss for the UV Storm saw a dominant B-G team stifle any and all offense from the home team – as UV failed to score double digits as a team in any period throughout the game.
Struggling to halftime deficit of 28-12, UV simply could not the prowess on the offensive end from the Bobcats who netted a team 17 baskets while going 11-15 from the foul line. Despite the Bobcats getting in foul trouble throughout the game, UV failed to take advantage of this aspect, as they fell even further behind at the end of the third, as B-G led 44-16.
“They shot really well and we didn't. They were in big foul trouble and we couldn't take advantage of it,” said Unadilla Valley head coach Brandi Whitbeck.
Leading the charge for the Bobcats was Megan Palmatier who scored a team and game high of 14 points, while going 6-8 from the foul line.
In what proved to see no standout on offense for UV, they subsequently were led by three athletes who each scored a team high of just five points. Notably for the Storm, they were able to get seven different individuals to score in the loss.
Up next for Unadilla Valley, they will next see action this coming Wednesday, Dec. 21, when they host Unatego at 7:15 p.m.
The Bobcats of Bainbridge-Guilford (3-0 overall) will also see action next this coming Wednesday, when they host Delhi at 7:15 p.m.