Behind another big game for Sydney Reilly, who scored 28 points, Elba picked up its second straight win in Girls Basketball, beating Pembroke 63-41.
Reilly had six rebounds and four assists.
Haile Scouten scored 13 points and six rebounds along with five blocked shots.
Lydia Ross scored nine and had six steals.
Kennedy Augello scored eight points, had five rebounds, and four assists.
Isabel Breeden scored 20 points for Pembroke. Ellie Peterson scored six points.
“The girls are really starting to buy into our defensive end of the floor, which helps our offense,” said Elba’s coach, Charlie Pangrazio. “Early in the season, we got a little lackadaisical on that. These last two games tonight and versus Kendall, we really brought that together, our defense has really taken off.”
Elba is now 4-7, and after its fourth-straight loss, Pembroke is 4-9.
Also, in Girls Basketball on Tuesday:
- Notre Dame beat Kendall, 59-15. Amelia McCulley scored 33 points, 11 rebounds and six steals. Avelin Tomidy scored 10 points, and Emma Sisson scored seven had had 11 steals. The Irish are now 10-1 on the season.
- Alexander improved to 10-4 with a 36-26 win over Byron-Bergen. For the Trojans, Alyssa Kramer scored 17 points.
- Oakfield-Alabama beat Batavia, 44-27. O-A is 11-1. Batavia is 0-12.
In Boys Basketball:
- Batavia beat Livonia, 64-48. Carter McFollins scored 20 points, Sawyer Siverling, 16, and Mikey McKenzie, 10. Siverling hit four three-point buckets. The Blue Devils are 9-2.
- Le Roy beat Pavilion, 66-36. Merritt Holly, Jr. scored 20- points.
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