Glendale slips past Blue Devils


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Zach Mallon looks to pass against Glendale.

Anson Jones, Sports Editor

Last Friday, the boys basketball team lost against Glendale for the first time since 2014, the last season when when the Devils had a losing record.

The Blue Devils put up a good fight at home but ended up taking the L, losing 59-51.

Senior Mason Yingling had a total of 32 points, and six shots being from behind the arc, but no one else was able to reach double figure scoring for B-A, which was unable to protect a nine-point halftime lead against the Vikes, who evened their record at 4-4.

The Devils are 3-4 overall, but 2-2 in conference.

Tonight they take on a division rival, the Juniata Valley Hornets, in Alexandria at 7. The Hornets are 5-3 and undefeated in the ICC.