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(Audio) Sutton downs both girls and boys at BDS

(Audio) Sutton downs both girls and boys at BDS
RRN/BDS vs. Sutton

DAVENPORT – Tuesday night fans got to witness a yo yo match up in high school basketball when the Sutton Fillies galloped into BDS Eagle territory.

A game that was very similar on both sides of the ball saw several lead changes with the final result Sutton edging out BDS 40-35.

In the first quarter both team had a hard time find a rhythm and baskets were few and far between.

End of the first quarter, Sutton led 10-9. End of second, BDS led, 21-20. End of third, Sutton led 32-39.

 In the forth quarter Sutton led the rest of the way for the “W”.

Regan Alfs basically carried the team the first half scoring 15 of their 20 points they took into half time. Alfs finished with 17

Nine of those points came by way of the three pointer.

For Sutton, Xytlaly (Collie) Bautista, a freshman came off the bench and exploded for half of her teams 20 points in the first half. She had two-three pointers. She was quiet the second half and finished 12 after struggling from the line all night going 2-7.

Alfs, and Bautista were the only two players in double digit scoring for either squad.

BDS will play Friday at home against Cross County.

 Sutton will also play at home Friday night against Hastings St. Cecilia.

Listen to the girls game here.


Both teams came into the night at 3-0, but only one would remain undefeated. That was Sutton.

It was a rough night for the BDS Eagles. The Sutton Mustangs broke out to an early lead and never looked back in this one. They led the entire game and ended up winning 58-26.

At one point Sutton led by 17.

A combination of Sutton’s potent offense and pesky defense was more than BDS could handle.

Sutton Junior Jacob Haight led the way off the bench with 11 points. He was the only Mustang in double digits.

BDS didn’t help their cause by missing open shots, and several missed passes.

Kyle Ardissono led the Eagles with only 7 points. He was also 1 of two from the stripe.

Sutton just played a man to man defense that never really let up all night, and when BDS did have a chance to shoot the ball, they missed on most occasions, or they turned it over.

 Sutton didn’t miss many shots all night. They had 5 from beyond the arc.

That is the least amount of points BDS had scored all season.

Listen to the boys game here. 

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