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CORNING – After facing the Candor Indians on Thursday on their home court in the Class D semifinals, Bainbridge-Guilford knew what they needed to do on Saturday to being the Section IV championship back home for the first time in over a decade.
In the best-of-five championship match, the Bobcats jumped to an early one game lead when they won 25-12 before taking the next two, 25-20 and 25-16.
Once again showing dominance at the net, Bainbridge-Guilford finished with a total of 31 kills in the three games.
Leading the way for the Bobcats’ kills were the trio of Abigail Selfridge, Erica Selfridge and Zamira Caldwell. The three combined for 25 of B-G’s 31 kills.
The Selfridge sisters also helped offensively with their 27 assists in the three sets. “Abigail and Erica have a great knowledge of the game of volleyball as well as a strong desire to succeed,” said Bobcats head coach Tami Selfridge.