BAINBRIDGE – As Bainbridge-Guilford eyes a third straight New York State Championship, the Bobcats’ started the journey back with a 3-0 win against non-league opponent Chenango Valley in front of the home crowd Thursday evening.
Winning both the first and third sets by a score of 25-11, the home team captured the second 25-8, holding the CV Warriors to a total of 30 points for the match.
B-G’s Erica Selfridge recorded a double-double on the stat sheet, coming away with 12 kills and 10 aces for 22 scoring points in the contest.
The Bobcats’ serves – which has been a struggle in the past – were a factor in the victory as the team tallied 20 aces. Sasha Lamoree added five aces to her 18 assists and Taylor Parsons scored four aces. “Our serving was really on fire during the match,” said Bainbridge-Guilford head coach Tammi Selfridge.
Makenna Clark knocked home eight kills for B-G while Parsons sent five kills over the net that resulted in points for her team.
Jordan Gill picked up 10 digs and Sainian Reeves had three aces and two kills to lead CV.
The Bobcats (1-0) travel to the Union-Endicott tournament for one of the four on the 2019 schedule Saturday. Selfridge has stated in the past that the tournament hosted by the Tigers full of high-level and talented teams and her team looks forward to it every season.
Bainbridge-Guilford 3, Chenango Valley 0
25-11, 25-8, 25-11
Bainbridge-Guilford(1-0): Erica Selfridge 12 kills, 10 aces; Sasha Lamoree 18 assists, 5 aces; Makenna Clark 8 kills; Taylor Parsons 4 aces, 5 kills.
Chenango Valley: Sainian Reeves 3 aces, 2 kills; Danielle Jewson 3 assists; Jordyan Gill 10 digs; Faith Riegal 2 blocks.
Bainbridge-Guilford 268, Delhi 277
DELHI – Bainbridge-Guilford moved to 3-0 on the season with the nine-stroke win over the Bulldogs of Delhi on Thursday.
On Delhi’s home course, The College Course at Delhi, Thomas Lord shot a 44 (8-over par) to take home medalist honors for the match.
Lord’s teammates Caleb Presley and Jon England finished within one stroke of each other as Presley ended with a round score of 50, England turned in a scorecard with a 51.
Ryan McCarthey (57) and Omar Mohamed (66) rounded out the Bobcats’ top five, aiding in B-G’s win to remain undefeated for the year...