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Friday, January 19, 2018

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19-January-2018
   Results from Bogota Varsity Sports
   On Wednesday-17-January the Bogota/ Weehawken Wrestling squad Saddle Brook at Speary Gym. The Falcons won the match by a score of 39-15. The  wins for the home team all came by Decision  Danny Gonzalez at 132 lbs, Kevin Rodriguez at 145 lbs and  Tyler Williams at 152 lbs  Bogota/ Weehawken record is now 6-5. They next  a Quad meet on Saturday-20-January against vs  Ridgefield Park, Ft. Lee, and Rutherford at Speary Gym  10:00a


  On Thursday-18-January the Bogota Bowling Bucs lost to Bergen Arts & Science 0-7. Their next match is on Monday-22-January against  Park Ridge at Parkway Lanes in Elmwood, Park NJ 4:00p


  The Bogota Men's Basketball Bucs traveled to Waldwick on Thursday-18-January.  After a disappointing lost in their last game the Bucs seemed to take out their frustrations on the Warriors. Bogota took a fifteen point lead after the first Quarter and led by 54-22 at Halftime. Bogota won the game by a score of 73-34. Tim Uzor lead all scores with 24 Points including a game high of 5 Three Point Baskets.  Other three point scores for Bogota were Dequan Johnson with 3, Deiker Padrino with 2 and Argenis Soriano with 1. Bogota's record is now 9-2. They next play on Tuesday 23-January against Hawthorne  Christian  Academy on the Jay Mahoney Court at Speary Gym.  Tip off time is schedule for 7:00p





   The Bogota Lady Bucs basketball team hosted the Lady Warriors from Waldwick. Bogota was shutout for the second straight quarter, over two games, while yielding 14 Points to the visitors.  Between the quarters Bogota Coach Andrew Ballester called his team over and planned a new strategy. When Leila Ksiyer scored to start the quater the Lady Bucs began using full court presser to slow Waldwick down. Led by Ms. Ksiyer energy Bogota started a more uptempo game and was able to generate  offense off of forced turnovers.  One consequence of this was when the Lady Warriors were able to break the trap, they too took advantaged of their scoring opportunities. While Bogota could not overcome the deficit and lost 39-60 they final three quarters showed hard working basketball from both teams.                Waldwick's Jessica Turner had game highs of 23 Points including 5 Three Point Baskets. The Lady Bucs were lead by Leila Ksiyer with 22 Points with 4 Three Point Baskets, and Amanda Schlosser with 2 Three pointers. Bogota's record is now 0-10. They next play on Monday-22-January against Midland Park on the Jay Mahoney Court at Speary Gym. Tip off time is schedule for 4:00p

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