B’ville girls basketball works toward rematch with C-NS

first_imgAs far as regular-season finales go, the girls basketball game between Baldwinsville and Cicero-North Syracuse on Thursday night at Baker High School has few equals.Plenty is on the line, from the Salt City Athletic Conference Metro division regular-season championship to a possible top seed in the Section III Class AA playoffs.The Bees’ lone blemish this season was a 50-45 defeat to the Northstars on Jan. 17. Ever since, C-NS has built a 10-game win streak and risen to no. 12 in last week’s state AA rankings, two spots ahead of B’ville at no. 14. Unleashing its defensive pressure in the opening minutes led to turnovers and lots of baskets, B’ville amassing a 27-5 lead and then continuing to add to that margin.It was 67-30 after three periods as Ola Bednarczyk put in 18 points, with Hannah Mimas and Jordan Roy each getting 11 points, Sydney Huhtala and Megan Brecht nearly got to double figures, too, both getting nine points as Kyrah Wilbur finished with eight points.On Friday, B’ville’s game with Henninger was snowed out, so it would need to make up that game and then take on Corcoran Tuesday before the clash with C-NS.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story B’ville’s girls opened a hoops doubleheader with Liverpool last Tuesday, and unlike the boys game decided in the final seconds, these Bees put things away quite early in an 80-49 victory.For this game, the Bees donned special pink jerseys to go with the boys team wearing throwbacks in their game against Liverpool.All told, the two teams raised more than $2,900 for Maureen’s Hope, a foundation dedicated to offering support and assistance to those facing cancer or other life-threatening illnesses.center_img Tags: Baldwinsvillegirls basketballlast_img read more