B’ville girls basketball earns sweeps of Nottingham, West Genesee

first_imgHere, the Bees wouldn’t wait to put WG away, outscoring them 16-7 in the second quarter to break things open and staying in control the way of the way to win by a 54-37 margin.Aside from Catie Cunningham, who gave the Wildcats 21 points, the rest of the WG roster managed just five field goals, preventing any kind of comeback.Meanwhile, Huhtala continued to roll, her 17 points augmented by Pascale’s 14 points as Kyrah Wilbur and Mary Young both stepped up to earn seven points.Now at 15-1 overall, the Bees host Liverpool next Tuesday as part of a girls/boys doubleheader before a Friday-night trip to Henninger.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: Baldwinsvillegirls basketball And the margin kept growing until the final minutes, Huhtala not letting up until she had poured in 21 points, well clear of the 14 points put up by the Bulldogs’ leading scorer, Amaya Williams.Helping Huthala out, Katie Pascale put in 11 points, while Jordan Roy gained nine points and Ola Bednarczyk finished with six points.Now came Friday’s visit from reigning three-time sectional champion West Genesee, the Wildcats quite eager to get even after B’ville topped them 52-40 with a big fourth-quarter push on Dec. 10.center_img With strong efforts in back-to-back home games, the Baldwinsville girls basketball team proved again that it had separated itself from everyone in the area Class AA ranks except Cicero-North Syracuse.The state Class AA no. 16-ranked Bees welcomed Nottingham last Tuesday night, and, led this time by Sydney Huhtala, B’ville topped the Bulldogs 55-43.Having handled Nottingham 65-44 early in December, the Bees expected a closer rematch and did get it, though in the first half Huhtala’s production keyed B’ville steadily earning a 31-20 advantage.last_img read more


first_imgWere you a member or follower of ‘The Emerald’ or ‘Town Band’ from 1969 to 2000.? If so, a group of former band members are hoping to hear from you?Forget about selling tickets. This is a chance for former band members to meet up and reminisce about times gone by. The local group are also hoping to reform the ‘band’ again. This will take a bit of help but with the good will and support shown earlier this year from former band members, they’re hopeful this will come together.An ad hoc committee has been busy trying to get the pieces in place to reform the ‘band’ again .“We’re hoping that former band members will come on board and help us out,” Tony Duffy, who was a member of the first band in 1969 said.“I’ve been there ever since. The band is a great social network and there is a real buzz again. We had a reunion on August 25 in The Station House Hotel and we had over 300 people there. We all played again and it was a great success,” he added. Anybody in interested in helping with the plans to reform ‘the band’ contact Hughie McCauley (086-8432488), Tony Duffy (086-0566061) or Patrick Doherty (086-1066073).There is a meeting on Friday October 12, in The Constance Centre, Loreto Convent (back gate) at 8 pm for anyone who would like to come along. SOS SENT OUT TO REFORM LETTERKENNY’S FAMOUS TOWN BAND was last modified: September 25th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Emerald BandLetterkenny Town Bandlast_img read more