Masuk girls basketball team looks to rebound in states

Bailey Bajda and the Panthers will look to bounce back in states.

MONROE, CT — Two days after closing out the regular season with a 42-34 win over New Fairfield, Masuk High’s girls basketball team lost to them in a rematch to begin the playoffs.

No. 6 New Fairfield defeated the No. 3 Panthers 47-29 in the South-West Conference Tournament quarterfinals on Friday night.

“Obviously not the outcome we wanted, but we will learn from this loss to get better together,” Masuk Coach Dan Young said. “We will be motivated to come back stronger as a team for the state tournament.”

It was a 26-20 New Fairfield lead at the half, but the Rebels pulled away in the third and fourth quarters.

Grace Kearney, Bailey Bajda and Dani Dube all had seven points in the game.

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