BJHS boys wrap up season with big wins
The Baldwin Junior High School boys basketball teams ended its seasons with a winning night against the Wellsville Eagles on Monday.
The eighth grade varsity dominated against the Eagles and won 45-8. The team finished with a 10-3 record. Drew Berg led the Bulldogs with 15 points. Following close behind was Luke Weaver who had 10 points. Other high scorers were Zach Durr, who had seven points, Josh Beaulieu with four and Jesse Green with three points and seven rebounds. Jared Dykes, Kyle Smith and Jacob Enick each had two points.
"Our game plan was to attack Wellsville's zone and take nothing but good shots. Our defensive goal was to control where they went in the half court and then pressure them into mistakes," said coach Dane Jorgensen. "I am lucky to have coached such a great group of players. Our season long goal was to get better every game. The team needs to be proud, they stayed focused all year and kept getting better."
The eighth grade junior varsity also won, beating the Eagles 30-24 to put its season record at 7-6. Zach Baughan had 11 points, Shawn Rowland and Anthony Ciambrone each had six points, while Gabe Mason had four and Alex Coffey had three.
"This win was a great way to end our season," said coach Mike Berg. "We won six of the last seven games to finish one game over .500. This was our goal and we achieved it."
The seventh grade junior varsity had a close game against the Eagles, beating them 15-11 and leaving their season record at 10-4. Cody Kruger had six points and eight rebounds, Matt Giarraputo had five points and Kwincy Kile and David Garrison had two points each. No information was available on the seventh grade varsity.
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