NORTH ADAMS, Mass. – Williamstown Physical Therapy advanced to the championship of the John Giorgi Summer Basketball league on Tuesday evening, beating the Lady Patriots, 60-43.
WPT held the lead throughout the game, but the Patriots battled straight to the end.
Morgan Hewitt had a team high of 10 points and 7 rebounds for the Patriots. Emily Hutton didn’t fall too far behind Hewitt, adding nine points.
WPT’s Aliah Curry scored a game-high 21 points. Megan Vaughan scored 19, while Danielle Racette and Olivia Carlson added 8 and 9 points. Emily Rosse contributed to the mix with three points and eight rebounds.
Williamstown will move on to the championship game against Tony’s Electric/Flynn and Dagnoli who played neck and neck against Teddy’s Pizza.
Tony’s Electric/ Flynn and Dagnoli came out on top, winning 61-58 in overtime.
Hollie Steinman for Teddy’s Pizza hit a shot at the buzzer in regulation to tie the game up at 56.
Teddy’s Pizza scored once more in overtime, while Tony’s Electric added five more points for the win.
Steinman led the team with 29 points and 10 rebounds.
For Tony’s Electric, Courtney McLaughlin had a team-high of 22 points, Lindsey Lincoln scored 16, Michelle Beaudreau added 12, and Erica Cahoon and Courtney Kegrese had five and six, respectively. Kegrese led the team in rebounds with 13.
The Women’s League championship will be played Sunday evening at Noel Field at 7 p.m.