week and over the three games he averaged 20.3 points. Bailey also lead us in rebounding, averaging 9.3 rebounds over the 3 games.
Coach's Comments: Josh finished first in the 500 free at both the Barker and Roy-Hart meets. He also won the 200 freestyle in both the Medina and Newfane meets.
Coach's Comments: Alyson has worked hard all season to be the best version of herself that she can be. Each week she has gotten more and more comfortable. Her season started to turn the corner during our second Newfane game when she knocked down a couple of confident shots towards the end of the game. In our last game against Lyndonville, she scored the two game winning baskets late in the fourth quarter for a two point victory. The sky is the limit! Keep working hard Alyson!
Coach's Comments: Sydney’s return after missing last season has been huge for our basketball team. She brings a toughness and intensity that our team desperately needs. She is our leading scorer and sets the tone in the middle and in the paint for our team. In our last game against Alden, she scored 6 of her 8 points in the second half helping us to score 16 points in both quarters. Her +/- score is the best of anyone on our team over the last two games, which means our team is much better when she is on the floor. Keep up the good work Sydney!
Coach's Comments: Mia won the 50 free against Roy-Hart and Barker.
Coach's Comments: Rylee took first place in the 100 breaststroke at both of her meets this week against Barker and Roy-Hart.
Coach's Comments: Jahmeek played a very pivotal role for the team last week. Due to some injuries he was forced into more action
than usual and made some very key winning plays throughout the week. Jahmeek was pivotal on the defensive end anchoring the defense in the paint and coming up with almost 2 steals a game. He also made his presence felt on the offensive end contributing with some scoring and averaging over 2 offensive rebounds a game over
Coach's Comments: S’Koi rebounded from an ankle injury to become the team’s top scorer in Friday night’s game against Medina. S’Koi attended all practices while injured and made sure she knew what was going on so that she would be able to insert herself seamlessly once healed. S’koi scored 12 points to help lead her team to victory against Medina. She played with a ton of heart and gave her all, great job S’Koi!
Coach's Comments: Kenzie is one of the smallest girls on the team, but she has made her BIG force known on the court. Kenzie´s
intensity is unmatched. She gives 100% and goes ALL OUT in every aspect of the game-practice, on the court, and even on the bench cheering on her teammates. Kenzie is often found grabbing rebounds from players twice her height. I cannot wait to see where her work ethic takes her in the future!