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Generals drop first home game to nationally ranked Lazers » Herkimer Generals

Generals drop first home game to nationally ranked Lazers

(Herkimer's I'Asia O'Garro scores two of her eight from the top of the key Saturday against Onondaga). 

HERKIMER, NY – After leading for most of the way in the first half, the Herkimer Generals women’s basketball team allowed 50 points in the second, losing to No. 9 ranked Onondaga Community College on Saturday (12/13) 80-55.

Herkimer (4-5, 1-2) managed to capture the lead early after sophomore Emily Rexford (Canton, NY) connected on two free throws, going on a mini 5-0 run herself with a three-point field goal made the previous possession. Rexford finished with a team-high 11.

The Generals built the lead to eight (23-15) after an Alexandra Hardy (Kerhonkson, NY) field goal with just over seven minutes left, but the Lazers countered with a full court man-to-man press which eventually allowed Onondaga to recapture the lead (27-26) with 1:20 left before intermission.

A pair of free throws by Rexford and Tracy caused the fourth lead change of the game until a three-point field goal for Onondaga created the fifth and final lead change, giving Herkimer a 30-28 deficit at half.

In the second, Onondaga quickly built the lead to double digits, seeing Brittany Anderson finish with a game-high 28, knocking down several three-point field goals in the second half. It helped the Lazers win their second consecutive games against conference opponents.

Herkimer’s next game is against Fulton-Montgomery Community College on Thursday, January 8th. The Raiders will ride a five-game win streak into the contest and Herkimer will look to even up their current conference record which stands at 1-2. Game time at Herkimer is 4 p.m.


Onondaga 80, Herkimer 55

ONON (9-2) Brittany Anderson 28, Alisia Griffin 14, Emiko Powell 8, Samantha Roberts 6, Kumba Marong 6, Sabina Kadic 3, Melissa Bakowski 2, Salema Robertson 2, Katherine Marte 2, Imperio Cesar 2 Totals: 30-3-80

HERK (4-5, 1-2) Emily Rexford 11, Shahadah Williams 10, I’Asia O’Garro 8, Erica Tracy 5, Kristy Wallace 4, Alexandra Hardy 4, Chelsea Jory 4 Totals: 18-3-55

3-pont goals: Generals 3 (Rexford 2, Hardy 1), Lazers 8 (Anderson 6, Roberts 2)


Onondaga 30-28

Next Game: 1/8 vs Fulton-Montgomery 4 p.m.

-Giorgio Varlaro

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