Bobcats clinch BCS Red Division title

The Brandywine girls basketball team clinched the outright BCS Athletic Conference Red Division championship with a 57-38 win over visiting Berrien Springs Thursday night.

The Bobcats outscored the Shamrocks 16-3 in the opening quarter and never looked back in finishing division play with a 9-0 mark. Brandywine is now 14-2 overall.

Michaela Hartline led the Bobcats with 14 points, while sister Makenna Hartline finished with 13 points.

Amanda Forraht had nine points to pace Berrien Springs.

Brandywine will now host undefeated Lakeshore, an honorable mention selection in the latest Class B state rankings, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

 

BRANDYWINE 57, BERRIEN SPRINGS 38

At Brandywine

BERRIEN SPRINGS 38

Amanda Forraht 9; Emily Forraht 6; Ja’Nya Burton 7; Isabella Vaz 6; Gabby Yankey 4; Kyra Sanders 6. TOTALS: 14 2-9 38.

BRANDYWINE 57

Makenna Hartline 13; Jaleesa Garner 9; Michaela Hartline 14; Makena Bowen 6; Emily Erwin 7; Rachel Szilagyi 4; Libby Moody 4. TOTALS: 18 16-30 57.

 

Berrien Springs         3          12       25       38

Brandywine               16       23       39       57

3-point baskets: Berrien Springs 8 (A. Forraht 3, E, Forraht 2, Burton, Vaz 2), Brandywine 5 (Ma. Hartline, Mi. Hartline, Bowen, Erwin 2); Total fouls (fouled out): Brandywine 10 (none), Berrien Springs 23 (Vaz). Varsity records: Brandywine 14-2, 9-0 BCS Red Division; Berrien Springs 5-10, 2-7 BCS Red Division.

 

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