Marauders Earn A Piece Of League Title With Win Over Golden Knights
Published: February 1st, 2016

By Nick Andrews

Sun Sports Contributor

SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE – The Lady Marauders took charge in Friday night’s Playing for a Cure, Breast Cancer awareness game, sending Holland Patent home with a loss, winning 46-43.

There was a free will donation at the game; all proceeds went to Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund of Central New York.

Staying on top nearly the entire game showing influential ball handling skills, adept passing, and committed shooting, the lady Marauders ultimately began their weekend with a win.

Holland-Patent came on strong in the third quarter with a six nothing stent and two smooth foul shots from number 10, Ally Livesey, tying up the game going into the fourth quarter.

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