B-A girls fall to Williamsburg


Morgan Kienzle

Alyson Partner had a big basket late for B-A but the Lady Devils still fell to Williamsburg at home.

Caleb Beiswenger, Staff Writer

Last night the Lady Devils lost to Williamsburg 60-56 in what could have been a chance for B-A to sneak into the 1-seed in the ICC north. After falling to Williamsburg this put the Lady Devils at 14-4.

B-A started out the game down 29-22 with 17 turnovers just at half. The team never gave up and kept it close, but with a couple of quick errors Williamsburg was able to go up 12 into the 4th quarter. 

Senior Alyson Partner hit a layup with less than 4 minutes to cut down the lead to 6. Williamsburg’s late free throws were enough to put Bellwood-Antis away. 

“I think we’ll get them again,” said McCaulsky, referring to a possible rematch in the ICC title game. “We have to stop turning the ball over. We can’t have more than 20 turnovers and expect to win.”

Senior Lydia Worthing finished the game with 22 points and 15 rebounds. McCaulsky had 15 points coming from 5 3-pointers. Other contributors for B-A were Alyson Partner with 9 points and sophomore Jenna Norton with 7 points. 

Bellwood-Antis has now dropped to second place in the District 6 2A rankings behind Portage. The Lady Devils’ next game is against Claysburg-Kimmel on Wednesday.