C-NS girls hoops takes home loss to Nottingham

Bulldogs use inside power to stop Northstars 56-44

— Despite cooling down late, James still led both sides with 19 points, while Canada (12 points) and Bryant (11 points) also reached double figures. Wright said that, like C-NS, the Bulldogs do not lean on a single player to produce big baskets, but can spread production around.

Of course, a rematch could happen soon. When the Section III Class AA playoff bracket came out a day later, C-NS was the no. 3 seed and Nottingham the no. 2 seed.

Thus, they could face off again in a possible semifinal should each of them pass next Tuesday's quarterfinal round, and C-NS has to deal with no. 6 seed Fayetteville-Manlius, a tricky assignment.

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