Bishop Kearney girls march into state semifinals

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Emily Tytler connected four times from 3-point land during a two-minute span in the second quarter, and the Bishop Kearney girls basketball team rolled past Frontier (VI), 81-45 in the NYS Class AA Far West Regionals at Buffalo State, Saturday.

Tytler ignited a Kearney offense which went on to outscore Frontier, 26-8 in the quarter to take a 42-21 lead into halftime.

Marianna Freeman paced the BK offense for the day with 21 points. The sophomore point guard handed out 11 assists, grabbed five rebounds and collected six steals.

Senior LyToya Baker collected 20 points, 12 rebounds, three blocks and and four steals. Saniaa Wilson added 15 points, 17 rebounds, six blocks, five steals and four assists.

Taylor Norris (6), Kaia Goode (4) and Kateri Mauer (3) rounded out the scoring for Kearney.

Kennedy Izzo led Frontier with 17 points.

Kearney will play the Shenendehowa (II) vs. West Genesee (III) winner in next Saturday’s NYS semifinal. A 2:15 PM tip off is scheduled at Hudson Valley Community College.

Kearney fell last year in the state semis. The BK girls won the 2013 NYS Class C title.

One Response to "Bishop Kearney girls march into state semifinals"

  1. Cath T.   March 10, 2019 at 9:02 pm

    Thanks Paul!

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