Bulldogs have easy time against Wellsville
The Baldwin High School girls kept rolling Monday night with an easy 64-24 win over arch-rival Wellsville at home.
Although it was a blow out, it didn't start out that way. Baldwin was only up 14-11 after the first quarter and 36-19 at halftime. The Bulldogs blew it wide open with 14-4 and 14-1 advantages in the third and fourth quarters.
"We didn't play very well in the first half, but got it going after that," said coach Eric Toot.
Junior Kari Garrison led the way with a game-high 19 points. Fellow junior Emily Brown was close behind with 16 tallies. Freshman Katelyn Miles was next with seven points.
The victory improved BHS's record to 10-1 overall and a perfect 5-0 in Frontier League play. The Bulldogs will be off until Jan. 28 when they try to defend their title in Wellsville's Top Gun Tournament.
"It will be good to have some time off to get refreshed and go into the back stretch of the season," said Toot.
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