Bobcats, Vikings Earn Non-league Wins

By: Meagan Schulz

Marauders downed by Wildcats

BAINBRIDGE – The Bobcats earned a 49-33 non-league win over Davenport Monday night, picking up their second win in the last three games played.

After a slow start to the contest, Bainbridge-Guilford came out in the second quarter to take a five point lead behind a 16-point scoring spurt. During the run, Haiden Burns and Parker Finch combined to tally 12 of the team’s points.

The second quarter push gave the Bobcats the lead for good as the home team held Davenport without a single basket in the stanza following the intermission.

The Wildcats did battle back by scoring 12 points in the fourth but B-G registered 14 in the same quarter to capture the 16-point win.

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Burns finished with a game-high 13 points but the Bobcats had balanced numbers in the scoring column with seven different players coming away with points.

Finch ended the night with eight points while Michael Stevens and Kolby Furgason each tallied seven. Furgason also added 10 rebounds and three assists to his statline to lead the B-G in both.

The Bobcats travel to Harpursville on Wednesday when they return to league play. Game is slated to begin at 7:15 p.m.

Adirondack 49, Sherburne-Earlville 42

SHERBURNE – The visiting Wildcats used a 17-9 second quarter scoring run to capture the Center State Conference 49-42 win over Sherburne-Earlville Monday night.

The two teams matched point for point in the first quarter, ending the opening eight minutes of play tied at 11.

With the second quarter scoring surge, Adirondack took the 28-20 advantage into the halftime break. Out of the intermission, the Marauders answered by outscoring the Wildcats 14-12 to chip away at the eight point deficit with one quarter left.

A low-scoring fourth saw Adirondack come out on top 9-8 for the seven point win over host S-E.

The Wildcats had three finish with double figures with Alex Gaylord scoring a game-high 17 points. Teammate Same Koagel and Nate Allen each ended the night with 12.

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