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September 01, 2014
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The steepest ascent

Tri-Valley’s Katlynn Greffrath scores two of her game-high 22 points in the Lady Bears 72-33 win over Eldred. T-V hosted S.S. Seward on February 25 looking to advance to the finals. After the Eldred game, Greffrath needed just 19 points to reach the 1,000 point career milestone. The Lady Bears remained undefeated and entered the tourney as the number-three-ranked Class C team in the state.
Photos by Richard A. Ross, sportsinsightsny.com


Eldred defeated Chapel Field 74-60. Coleman defeated Roscoe 90-43 in the other semifinal. The Class C Tri-Valley Bears secured home-court advantage in the semifinals with their recent 75-66 win over Chester, the team they will face right after the girls game on February 25. The winner will face the victor of the S.S. Seward vs. Webutuck semifinal. (The Seward Spartans lost last year’s title game to Pine Plains.) T-V Senior Jesus Lozada had six treys in the win over Chester and led his team with 26 points. Be sure to check out www.sportsinsightsny.com for updates on the tourney and read next week’s River Reporter for a recap. At the Section IX Indoor Track State Qualifier, Sullivan West junior Anthony Rydell captured first in the weight throw with a personal best heave of 49-5. The weight throw is not a state meet event but Rydell beat out all throwers from schools large and small with that mighty fling. For albums of photos visit www.sportsinsights.smugmug.com