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Regi girls still unbeaten

Posted: October 16th, 2014 @ 11:58pm

Regiopolis Notre Dame Panthers extended their season-long winning streak to seven games Thurdsay with a 43-23 win over the Sydenham Golden Eagles in a Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association girls senior A basketball game in the old gym at Regi.

Bridget Mulholland and Hailey Wolfgram were the top scorers for the Panthers, who posted their second win of the season over Sydenham, whose record fell to 1-6.

"We started the game with intense defence and excellent ball movement," Panthers coach Lesley Stevenson wrote in an email. "(We were) able to get everyone in the game without the speed of the game decreasing."

Playing with just seven players, Sydenham was able to keep pace with Regi in the first quarter but ultimately the Eagles fell victim to fatigue under the Panthers' relentless attack.

Elsewhere in senior A division, the Holy Cross Crusaders, 6-1, stayed within a game of league-leading Regi with a 48-15 home-court win over the Frontenac Falcons and the La Salle Black Knights beat the Bayridge Blazers 23-11. It was the Crusaders' second win of the season over Frontenac, which is now 2-5.

Next week, the La Salle Black Knights, last year's finalists who are 4-3 this time, get a chance to gain some ground on the top teams when they visit Holy Cross Tuesday. On Thursday, the Crusaders get a second crack at Regi, the team responsible for the only blemish on their record this year.

In senior B play Thursday, the Loyalist Lancers edged the visiting Ernestown Eagles 25-24 and the Kingston Blues defeated the Queen Elizabeth Raiders 44-12. Granite Ridge gained a victory, the Gryphons' first of the year, by forfeit over the disbanded Napanee Golden Hawks.

LC got nine points from Bridget Way-Brackenbury as the Lancers kept pace with KC atop senior B standings, each team with a 7-1 record. Dana Falles scored seven points to lead Ernestown, which slipped to 4-3.
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