Bedford girls blaze past Memorial
Bedford’s McKenzie Brown battles with Memorial’s Jenoyce Laniyan on Wednesday in Bedford. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
The Bulldogs are still perfect at 9-0 while the Crusaders drop to 6-2.
But the Bulldogs quickly adjusted and responded with a 21-2 run of their own to lead 21-7 after one quarter.
Bedford kept up its torrid scoring pace to go up 21 at the half, 41-20.
"We didn't play our game tonight. We played Bedford's game" said LaRoche. "To beat a team like them you have to play mistake-free ball, and we did that for like 30 seconds."
Sweetser and Marazzi returned. Meanwhile Bedford went out to a 57-28 lead after three.
Five Bedford players scored double digits. Ali Glennon led with 13. Rachel Collins and Nikki Tucci both had 12.
Bedford shot 49 percent from the field and was 5 of 10 from 3-point range. The Bulldogs also had 24 defensive rebounds and 12 offensive boards.