Presidents’ Day Game Ends Regular BUCS Basketball Season

February 21, 2017
Bedford High student body chose traditional black attire for the final regular season game – Image (c) Jeff JHo Hoyland, (c) 2017 all rights reserved – Click to view larger image

By Jeff JHo Hoyland

Bedford and Concord-Carlisle (CCHS) last met in a holiday match-up on the parquet at TD Garden in Boston.

Bedford kept the game close at the start, down by only 3 points – 20-17 – at the end of the first quarter.

The second quarter took the wind out of the Buccaneers sails. The BUCS hit the doldrums and went 5:43 without sinking a shot. The CCHS lead was just too great for Bedford to overcome with a final score of 69-59.

Noticeably absent from the game was Junior Captain Jack Cowan who was injured and sitting on the bench sporting an ankle boot.

The following images are (c) Jeff JHo Hoyland, (c) 2017 all rights reserved – click to view larger images

Click this link to see Bedford Snapshots’ Facebook album of 70 images from the game

Highlights of the game:

  • More than 100 Bedford Fans filled the stands of CCHS.
  • Senior Captain Tim Cowan and the best all-around game between steals, foul shooting and acrobatic shots at the net.
  • Sophomore Brennan Bordok made the most of his minutes scoring multiple times from off the bench

With a 14-6 record, the Bucs are expected to go on to post-season play.

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