Girls basketball secures second section win

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Girls basketball secures second section win

The team returns every player next year after being one of the youngest teams in the section this year, with a squad composed of mostly sophomores.

The team returns every player next year after being one of the youngest teams in the section this year, with a squad composed of mostly sophomores.

Photo via Kyle Degregorio

The team returns every player next year after being one of the youngest teams in the section this year, with a squad composed of mostly sophomores.

Photo via Kyle Degregorio

Photo via Kyle Degregorio

The team returns every player next year after being one of the youngest teams in the section this year, with a squad composed of mostly sophomores.

Flynn Travers, Staff Writer

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The Baldwin girls basketball team secured its second section win with a comfortable victory over Hempfield on Thursday night.

Sophomore Anna Lucarelli credited the win to the improved offense the team played.

“The offense was a lot better. We shot from the perimeter better and drove the ball more,” Lucarelli said.

Lexi Bernotas and Nina Dongilli were two standout performers who pushed the Highlanders to the win, she said.

“The win will give us more confidence for sure. We really just need to work on defense and our communication more,” Lucarelli said.