BAINBRIDGE – The Bainbridge-Guilford girls varsity basketball team has now mowed down another opponent on their season schedule, taking down Unadilla Valley at home by a dominating score of 72-27.
With the lopsided win for the B-G girls, they have now moved to 11-0 overall. Paving the way for the Bobcats en route to yet another win, was again Abigail Selfridge. Selfridge led both teams in scoring on the day with an impressive stat-line of 32 points in essentially three periods of play – while also nearly hitting perfect from the charity stripe as she finished 4-5 on the day. Second in scoring on the day – for both teams was Megan Palmatier of B-G, who snagged 12 points of her own, earning the perfect mark from the line at 4-4, where Selfridge fell one short.
The dangerous B-G duo – along with their immense depth on the team – saw three extremely dominant periods go their way to start the game. Taking the halftime lead over the Unadilla Valley lady Storm at 37-9, Bainbridge-Guilford was able to outscore UV 15-8 in the first only to quiet nearly all of the Storm offense in the second outscoring the road team 22-1 in the second period.
Up big over Unadilla Valley, Bainbridge-Guilford failed to get the memo that they already led by 28 points, as the lady Bobcats nearly matched that production coming out of the half, raining the points down on the struggling UV – outscoring them 26-11 in the third period.
Leading the Unadilla Valley girls in their road loss on the scoring side was Shelby Meade who snagged a solid nine point game in her efforts.
With the game in the bag, B-G rolled their way to the victory with a final score of 72-27, for the Tuesday night, Jan. 17, team win.
Following this win, Bainbridge-Guilford will find their next potential victim in Hancock, when the lady Bobcats take to the road for a game against Hancock on Friday, Jan. 20, at 7:45 p.m. The Unadilla Valley Storm, will see their next game action when they take on Sidney on the road for a Thursday, Jan 19, game to be played at 7:15 p.m.