Curwensville spoils B-A Senior Night


Morgan Kienzle

Caleb Beiswenger take it to the rim against Curwensville. Beiswenger finished with double-digits, but B-A lost a close one.

Jacob Hawn, Staff Writer

The boys basketball team fell short to Curwensville in an 8-point Senior Night loss on Friday, losing 66-58.

A hard fought second quarter led the Devils to score 5 points more than the Golden Tide, putting the score at a close31-30 at the half with the Golden Tide ahead.

The third quarter resulted in a significant deficit for the Blue Devils, with Curwensville scoring an additional 18 points compared to the 7 scored by B-A. This brought the score to 37-49 at the end of the quarter. 

A desperate attempt by the Blue Devils was effective in the fourth quarter, when they scored 4 points more than the Golden Tide. However, this was not enough to land them on top and resulted in the narrow loss.

High scorers included Holden Schreier with 16, Caleb Beiswenger with 13, and Correy Shanafelt with 11. 

The Blue Devils are now 5-12 overall but still in the hunt for a spot in the District 6 playoffs.

The boys will now travel to Everett on January 30 to take on the Warriors.