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January 21. 2014 11:12PM

Bedford wins again, and this time, it's easier

BEDFORD — Bedford High's girls' basketball team got back to dominating its opponents with a 62-30 win over Trinity of Manchester on Tuesday night.
Bedford is 6-0; Trinity dropped to 4-4.
Just four days ago, Bedford needed a last-second basket to avert an upset at Alvirne of Hudson. It was a game that Bedford coach Sue Thomas said helped her team refocus.
"Every game is a learning experience. We had to get back on track," said Thomas. "We did better than we did against Alvirne. but we have a ways to go."
Bedford's Rachel Collins led all scorers with 17 points, including three buckets from 3-point range. Nicky Tucci added 10 points. For Trinity, Shannon Roberge had 10 points.
Harry Kozlowski



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