Amanda Raimondo

Amanda Raimondo and Irvington fell to Rye in the championship game of the O’Hara Summer League.

On a hot day, the Rye Garnets warmed up in the second quarter to defeat Irvington 29-24 in the championship game of the O’Hara Summer League. It was Rye’s second straight league title as they also defeated the Bulldogs in the finals last summer.

“They out-rebounded us and that was the difference in the end,” Irvington coach Gina Maher said. “Obviously, not a lot of points were scored but it was a fairly close game. It was never out of reach and at one point we were ahead. Rye finished off the fourth quarter better than we did.”

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