Weston Wildcats Win A Close Contest in Overtime

February 11, 2017
There was a standing room only crowd at BHS for Friday night’s game against Weston, the team’s last regular season home game – Image (c) Jeff ‘JHo’ Hoyland, 2017 all rights reserved – Click to view larger image

By Jeff JHo Hoyland


Freshman Malachi Harrington slams a dunk home in front of a packed Bedford High partisan crowd – Image (c) Jeff ‘JHo’Hoyland, 2017 all rights reserved – Click to view larger image

Hot on the heels of the New England Patriots’ win in Houston, the Bedford High Varsity Boys Basketball tried for a similar overtime win, but fell to the Weston Wildcats 78-74.

Both teams are atop the DCL Small league, with a hand full of games left in the season.  There was standing room only in the BHS gym, as both teams boasted strong cheering sections.

Malachi Hazelton was the high scorer with 24 points, including a three-point basket in overtime.

Cam Shelmire was the next high scorer with 20 points; including 3 three-point shots.

Pete Kapanides got the crowd on their feet with 5 three point baskets.

This was Bedford’s last home game of the regular season.


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

Additional game photos are available in Bedford Snapshot’s Facebook album Bedford vs Weston

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