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Watkins secures championship in final minute

DRYDEN--The Watkins Glen girls varsity basketball team won their third consecutive Section IV Class C championship, Saturday, March 4 at Tompkins Cortland Community College. The top-seeded Watkins Glen girls faced number two ranked Bainbridge-Guilford and won 37-35. Taylor Kelly shot the game winning basket with 17 seconds on the scoreboard.
"The plan was to attack the basket," said Coach Alicia Learn. "Go hard and draw a foul if you can. Play smart and make the better shot, and we were successful."
Kelly and Mariah Gonzalez each had 12 points in the game. Hannah Morse recorded seven and Amanda Pike six. Gonzalez also contributed 10 rebounds. Kelly and Morse each had four steals.
"They played with their hearts," said Learn. "They left it all out on the floor. They didn't want to be done."
Watkins improves to 19-2 as they move into the New York State Public High School Athletic Association postseason bracket.
In the sectional semifinals, the Watkins girls beat Elmira Notre Dame, 50-37, Tuesday, Feb. 28.
Morse led with 15 points, including three three-point shots, while Gonzalez recorded 14. Pike scored 12. Kelly added five points and five rebounds. Emmie Bond and Clara Chedzoy both scored two points.

Hazlitt places seventh at finals
STATEN ISLAND--The Seneca's Patrick Hazlitt placed seventh in the 1600 meter run at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association meet, Saturday, March 4. In the Federation class, which includes Catholic and private schools, Hazlitt was eighth overall.
Hazlitt also won his heat at the event. In addition, he was given the Section IV Male Sportsmanship award.





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