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Girls Basketball has advanced to the State Quarterfinals and will take on Crofton High School tomorrow night at 6:00 p.m.
Victor O’Neill
B-CC’s Girls Varsity Basketball team is the number one seed in the state. They will host the quarterfinal match on Saturday, March 9.

The Girls Basketball team secured the number one seed in the state after finishing the regular season with an astounding 19-1 record. Crofton comes in as the eighth seed in the state, with a regular season record of 11-9.

To get here, the Barons first had to face and defeat Winston Churchill High School in the Region Semifinals and Walt Whitman High School in the Region Finals. They beat Whitman handily on Wednesday night, March 6.

After a slow start to their regional finals game, putting up only 10 points in the first half, the team rallied and stomped Churchill in the second half to advance to the next round.

In the Region Finals, their stifling defense shut down any rhythm Whitman tried to set in the first quarter, holding them to 4 points. In the second quarter, Whitman found their rhythm and took the lead going into halftime. 

Coming out of the half, with the fans taking to their feet, Girls Varsity rallied and grabbed the lead. Junior Sasha Barr commented, “It was a really intense game and as a team, we did a really good job of bringing up the intensity in the third quarter and taking control of the game.” She was a big part in turning the tide, making three three-pointers in rapid succession to help increase the Baron’s lead in the third quarter.

The fourth quarter was similar to the third as the Barons continued to build their lead all the way to the end.

Junior Frances Doyle led the scoring, recording a double-double with 15 points and 14 rebounds. Senior Riley Petersen led the team in rebounds with 17. 

Shooting will be a big factor for tomorrow night’s game as the team shot 27% from the field including 18% from the three-point line. 

The girls will look to take a step closer to State Final. Tickets are sure to sell out!

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Adam Niman
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.

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