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BAINBRIDGE A snowy wintery night saw the first seed in the MAC league tournament easily knock off fourth seeded Sidney by a dominating score of 69-36.
This top-seed wasnt just any top seed they were the undefeated Bainbridge-Guilford girls varsity basketball team who coming into the game help an impressive 18-0 overall record with an 11-0 MAC record.
This stretch of wins saw one more added to the growing list as the visiting Warriors came to Bainbridge on Friday, Feb. 10, and were simply attacked from start to finish.
The B-G ladies were led by sophomore standout Abigail Selfridge who recorded a double-double in the game with her game high 24 points coupled with her 17 rebounds and four steals. Selfridge was heavily assisted by her teammate Megan Palmatier on the day who snagged a double-double as well with her 15 points and 11 rebounds and five assists. The duo ran wild on the court, opening up lanes for the rest of the Bobcats as eight total B-G girls scored in the blowout.
The lady Bobcats opened the onslaught up with 10-0 run in the first period a run which upended Sidney to begin the game as they flailed to a 14-5 deficit with 1:43 left before gaining some footing to bring the game back to the final score of 19-11.