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Holy Cross falls short in bid to catch Regi

Posted: October 24th, 2014 @ 2:03am

Regiopolis Notre Dame Panthers asserted their authority Thursday night, defeating the Holy Cross Crusaders 53-27 in a Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association senior A girls basketball game at Regi.

The Crusaders, 7-1 going into the contest, were the only team left with a chance to catch the undefeated Panthers for first place. Instead, the home team almost doubled the score on the last pretender to the throne.

With a capacity crowd on hand for the annual PH Classic game in support of the Breast Assessment Program at Hotel Dieu Hospital, all of Regi's 12 players got into the game and Hailey Wolfgram led them with 14 points.

Lexi Perrin scored six points for Holy Cross.

In other senior A games Thursday, the La Salle Black Knights, losers of three of their previous four games, defeated the Sydenham Golden Eagles 34-31 and the Frontenac Falcons, who began the season 0-4, won for the third time in their last five games, 40-23 over the visiting Bayridge Blazers.

The regular season concludes Tuesday, with the top two teams from B division then joining the six senior A teams for playoffs that will begin next Thursday.

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