Spartans go 1-1 against ING hoopsters

The Bainbridge High varsity basketball teams broke even in a doubleheader Friday, Jan. 25 on the road against Ingraham High, the final away games of the regular season schedule.

First, the girls team battled to a 56-34 victory, upping their overall record to 8-11 (5-9 in conference).

Then, the boys were bested 67-47, leaving them with an overall record of 7-12 (3-11).

It was the penultimate outing for both squads, who will return home to host Eastside Catholic (girls, 5-8 in conference; boys, 12-0) at 5:45 and 7:30 p.m., respectively, Friday, Feb. 1.

The final games of the regular season, it will be Senior Night for both teams.

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