The Westinghouse girls’ basketball team has been projected by most to win the City League title once again. They currently have a 4-1 overall record and are the only team remaining in the league with an undefeated 2-0 conference record. Their only defeat was suffered at the hands of Rochester in the first game of the season.

Schenley (3-4, 2-1) is in second place. Unlike the other City League teams that have two conference wins, they were able to get past Seneca Valley in a 39-37 thriller in the Gateway Tournament.


Carrick and Perry are tied with Schenley with matching 2-1 conference records but have suffered losing records thus far by losing to non conference teams. Each team got their two wins within the City League.

Carrick beat Peabody and Oliver, by the score of 55-25 on Dec. 12 and 15. Perry defeated Brashear 55-33 on Dec. 16 and then nearly a week later on the 22nd, they topped Langley in a 47-30 thrashing.

Allderdice has an overall record of 2-2 and 1-1 in the conference which puts them behind Carrick and Perry with their multiple conference wins.

Aside from the top five teams in the City League on the girls’ side, each team only has one win or less going into the fourth week of the season.

Allderdice at Carrick
Westinghouse and Langley
Schenley at Oliver
Perry at Peabody, 7:30 p.m.
Schools         City    Overall
Westinghouse    2-0    4-1
Schenley    2-1    3-4
Carrick    2-1    2-4
Perry    2-1    2-6
Allderdice    1-1    2-2
Langley    1-1    1-1
Brashear    1-2    1-5
Oliver    1-2    1-6
Peabody    0-3    0-7

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