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Generals end weekend with loss to Genesee » Herkimer Generals

Generals end weekend with loss to Genesee

(Herkimer's Raven Griffin hits one of her two three-point field goals Sunday against Genesee).

HERKIMER, NY – Facing their second Western New York Athletic Conference opponent of the season on Sunday (2/1), the Herkimer Generals women’s basketball team lost to DII Genesee Community College 63-53, dropping seven of their last eight home games.

Herkimer (6-14, 3-8) came out strong in the first five minutes, leading by two (7-5) after an offensive rebound and put back by freshman Alexandria Hardy (Kerhonkson, NY). She finished with 10, scoring double figures in both games over the weekend at home.

Unfortunately for Herkimer,  Genesee captured the lead shortly after Hardy’s bucket, but kept it within two possessions throughout the half with makes by Kristy Wallace (Frankfort, NY), Hardy, Eriel Jenkins (Detroit, MI), Nicole Doolen (Ilion, NY), Erica Tracy (Cobleskill, NY) and Chelsea Jory (Herkimer, NY). It kept the game close for the Generals, only down by six (27-21) at half.

The six-point lead quickly got up too double digits (39-25) within the first five minutes of the second half. It stayed there throughout the half despite getting 10 points via the free throw line. Sophomore Emily Rexford (Canton, NY) led the way, sinking eight from the charity stripe, helping the guard finish with 10, but it wasn’t enough as the team lost by 10 (63-53) by the end of regulation.

Herkimer’s next game is on Wednesday, February 4th. They’ll travel to take on Fulton-Montgomery who is currently fourth best in the Region III and winners of their last six. Game time on Wednesday is scheduled for 5 p.m.


Genesee Cougars 63, Herkimer Generals 53

GCC (11-9) Thais Matte 16, Latricia Stephens 11, Elsa Anderson 10, Shanell Govter 7, Breana Gleaton 6, Taylor Tillotson 4, Hiliary Rivera 4, Terra Clanton 2, Michaela Hale 1 Totals: 21-10-63

HERK (6-14, 3-8) Emily Rexford 10, Alexandria Hardy 10, Raven Griffin 8, Chelsea Jory 7, Kristy Wallace 6, Erica Tracy 5, Eriel Jenkins 4, Nicole Doolen 3 Totals: 18-14-53

3-point goals: Cougars 5 (Matte 4, Glover 1) Generals 3 (Griffin 2, Jory 1)


Genesee 27-21

Next Game: 2/4 @Fulton-Montgomery 5 p.m.

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