Girls Basketball Wins Federation Championship

Girls Basketball Wins Federation Championship 

Federation Champs

The Waterloo varsity girls basketball team completed its magical season by winning the New York State Class B Federation championship on Sunday.

The Tigers defeated Preston High School of the Bronx 68-35 at Shenendehowa High School in Clifton Park to become the first team in school history to win a Federation title. The victory capped an incredible run that saw Waterloo win a third straight Section V title, the Far West Regional Class B crown and the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class B championship.

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“It’s hard to put into words,” said head coach Mike Bree. “The support this team has received has been unbelievable. Terri Bavis, our superintendent, and Christal Kent, our athletic director, do everything that they can to make this a first-class experience. The parents of the players, the assistant coaches who do so much behind the scenes, and everyone in the community who has shown their support for is a part of this.”

Waterloo finished the season with a 28-1 record and was the only public school team in the state to win the Federation Tournament.

Members of the team include Morgan Caraballo, Gwyn Panek, Natalie DiSanto, Jazzmyn Lewis, Addison Bree, Kamryn Bennett, Katelyn VanNostrand, Emma Ansuini, Tangel Williams, Juliana Pehrson, Maci Mueller, Logan Amidon, Davonti'a Loucks, Khia Moody, McKenzie Scutt and Hannah Harris. Assistant coaches are Keisha Bree, Jose Caraballo, Ethan Pettengill and Jim Panek

Congratulations, Tigers!