Bedford Rec girls basketball starts

Third and Fourth Grade

*BAC 20-BHC 14.

This high-scoring game was led by Melody McCarthy with 10 points, Jenny Merk six points and Amaya Scott four points. Huge defensive game from Haylee Cheetham, Carly Hodgdon-Rogers, Mia Katane and Marin Slosberg. Hodgdon-Rogers and Katane collected 10 steals in the win.

Fifth and Sixth Grade

BFOR 11, Mega X 8

BFOR won their first game this season with a 11-8 victory over Mega-X. The girls played a great first game with contributions from everyone. Kaylie Tennant worked hard under the basket grabbing multiple rebounds. Teammates Isabella Raduazo and Thea Sarajlic both scoring two points for Mega-X and demonstrating great defense and hustle through out this fast paced and close game .

Bedford Mens Club 16, Bedford Athletic Club 6

Bedford Mens Club defeated BAC by a score of 16-6. Despite great offense by Paige Zimmerman and Nina Villarente, Bedford Mens Club pulled out a win driven by an exceptional offense performance by Zoe Santos.

Bedford Natural 15,
Cohen Investment Advisors 10

Bedford Natural Medicine defeated Cohen Investment Advisors by a score of 15-10. Julia Gordon led Bedford Natural Medicine with six points and Kendal Joyce added four more. Reegan Murphy contributed three points and Shruthi Sriram played tough defense. Cohen Investment had scoring from Sylar Cohen, Elif Cakir, Savannah Davis and Ryan Leshner.

Seventh and Eighth Grade

Small Green Computer 24, Bedford Athletic Club 9

SGC opened the season with a solid win over a shorthanded BAC. Erin McCarthy led a balanced scoring attack with 11 points which included a 3-point bomb from beyond the arc.

Izzy Spain had five points and Anna Caldwell contributed four while Faith Laliberte had a game high 11 rebounds. BAC trailed by only six at the half but ran out of gas down the stretch. Sammy Johnson had four points and Beth Chopra netted 3 in a losing effort.

Nail Indulgence – 18

Bedford Friends of Recreation – 15

NI played a fast-paced game with each player contributing to the win. Lily Grande was fierce with ball-handling and moved to create offensive openings for many baskets, including her own 3 points. Bella Sciuto, in her 1st game ever, played diligent defense, brought down 5 rebounds, and had 2 attempted shots. Team BFOR played an excellent game with Brooke Letzelter having an impressive 4 blocks, 3 points, 1 rebound, and 3 steals, and Claire Kraemer dished out 2 assists along with 2 points, 2 rebounds, and a team high 4 steals.