boys Bball on the road tonght
a big contest, granville has 3 games left with one team below .500 – Feb.13 Schuy
one team at .500 toniht’s hoosic valley
and one team well over .500 secnd meeting with Tamarac its fitting this group are called the Bengals as in tigers beacuse the folded like paper tigers following their first loss which was to granville
they had been state-ranked and have since dropped at least three games; provided granville gets past them FEb. 11 their record against Tamarac might be the deciding factor in a league championship. While they have lost to Hoosick Falls twice – bad, should have won type losses each time, if HF can’t do the same, is that a ‘tie-breaker’?
I’m going to have to ask around, I don’t know about that one. GV beat stillwater – twice. BUT, lost to Falls, twice, now…if falls loses more games than GV does that place them ahead in the standings? Seems like it but math is not a strong suit here.
The girls at home are unfortunately hosting one of the league’s best in ‘Valley. If the defense clamps down, which hasn’t been as much of an issue as what the team really needs more scoring from more spots on the floor
things will start to get interesting on the mats as the end of the season rapidly approaches, with plenty of talent on the squad, depneding on health, GV looks to send at least one wrestler deep. Can any Horde wrestlers represent in Albany this year? Stay tuned.