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Boys Basketball Beats Walter Johnson

The Barons faced off against one of their biggest rivals, Walter Johnson High School last Friday, Feb. 2, and won.
Jude Wilkenfeld
Senior Carson Griffey shoots the ball

The Barons faced off against one of their biggest rivals, Walter Johnson High School last Friday, Feb. 2, and won. The team traveled into enemy territory and silenced the crowd from the beginning, putting up nine points before Walter Johnson could score one. Junior Guard Alistair Benjo said, “A big part of [early success in the game] comes from executing on offense and making sure to dial in.”

The trend continued in the second half, with the Barons maintaining a 20-point lead for most of the game. Keeping their foot on the gas in the fourth quarter, B-CC held the Wildcats in check to win by a score of 66-47. Junior Forward Simon Ndikumana led all scorers, putting up 17 points.

Boys Basketball takes on an excellent Wootton High School team tonight, Feb. 9, at home at 7:15 p.m. The last matchup against Wootton was close at the beginning, going back and forth in a tight one-possession game up until halftime. Towards the end of the third and into the fourth quarter, the Patriots pulled away to win by twelve. 

The Barons are going in on a week’s rest and looking for revenge, after their late-game stumble in the first matchup.

Senior Night is next Tuesday, Feb. 13, during the last home game of the regular season. Both Girls and Boys Basketball will celebrate their seniors in between games against Winston Churchill High School. The girls play at 5:30 p.m., and the Senior Ceremony immediately follows the game. After the ceremony, the boys team will play.

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Adam Niman, Staff Reporter
Adam Niman, a B-CC junior, is a Tattler sports writer. Adam is the captain of the BCC baseball team. In his free time, Adam enjoys his semi-professional Fortnite career where he attempted to compete in national tournaments.
Jude Wilkenfeld, Staff Photographer
Jude Wilkenfeld is a junior at B-CC. His favorite sports are baseball, football, and golf.

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