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On Saturday, Jan. 27, B-CC Bocce began their postseason in the Divisional Championship hosted at B-CC.
Nathaniel Seaman
B-CC’s Devin Hammond bowls in a hard-fought loss against Wootton.

On Saturday, Jan. 27, B-CC Bocce began their postseason in the Divisional Championship hosted at B-CC. The Barons concluded their regular season with a record of two wins and three losses, with wins against Walter Johnson and Whitman and losses to Richard Montgomery, Wootton, and Winston Churchill High Schools. 

The Divisional Championship was formatted as a single elimination tournament in which the two teams would play for 45 minutes and the team with the most points would advance.

In the first round, the Barons came out hot, blowing out Whitman 12-3 for the second time this season. In the second round, Wootton defeated B-CC 12-2, ending their season. B-CC played in a third-place match to Richard Montgomery but lost a nail-biter at the buzzer. 

Unfortunately, B-CC did not qualify for the County Championship this weekend, but Senior Nathan Lopilato said, “While we did not win much, we had a lot of fun and even started new traditions like the Paper Plate Awards!” 

The Bocce team also celebrated Senior Night during the playoff, as it was the seniors’ last-ever high school match. Senior Benet Duch Clerici reflected on his time on the team. He said, “Being part of the team was so fun! I made a lot of memories, and I am sad to leave.”

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Cam Rosen, Staff Reporter
Proud graduate of Adis Israel pre-school along with Bennett Galper. Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School dropout. I am achieving my goal of becoming the greatest sports writer of all time through my thorough research on the bocce team. But when my director thinks I'm worthy enough, he moves me up to reporting on golf.
Nathaniel Seaman, Section Director
Nat is a B-CC senior and is reprising his role as section director of art and photography for the second year in a row. In his free time, Nat enjoys boxing, reading and photography.

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