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North Country Dominates Home Meet

May 11, 2011

NEWPORT– The North Country boys and girls track and field teams both took home first place overall finishes at their lone home meet of the season.
The boys finished with a score of 127 total points, more than doubling second place MVU's 61.5. The girls competition was much closer, with the Falcons holding off Missisiquoi by ten points, ending the day with a team total of 79.
Here are the top performances for the Falcons on Tuesday.

Errors Plague Falcons

May 11, 2011

BARRE– The North Country girls string of error filled games continued on Tuesday when they lost 8-3 to the Crimson Tide of Spaulding.
The 5th and 6th innings wee exceptionally rough for the Falcons, as five errors and four out of the Tide's seven hits produced six of the teams eight runs, and ultimately helped sink North Country.
If you take away those six runs, and combine that with the three run top of the seventh for the Falcons, you might be talking about a win for the kids from the kingdom instead of a frustrating loss for Coach Dunn's girls.

Falcons Top Spaulding 5-4

May 11, 2011

BARRE– Connor Burke's return to the Hill was a successful one as he paced the Falcons to the 5-4 win over Spaulding.
"Burke was a little rusty, but he was good enough to win," said Coach Bonvechio.
Burke went five and a third innings, yielding three runs on eighty pitches. Cris Buckles came in and got the save for the Falcons.
North Country got off to an early 2-0 lead as Nate Stewart drove in Taylor Miller and later scored on a wild pitch in the first.
They added another two in the second on a Tom Blake sac fly and another wild pitch.

Falcon Girls Win 2nd Straight

May 11, 2011

ST. JOHNSBURY– For the first time in five years, the North Country girls tennis team defeated the St. Johnsbury Hilltoppers. The streak busting win came on Tuesday where NCU outplayed the Academy and emerged victorious by the score of 4-3.
"This was a big win for us," said Head Coach Marie George, "we were very steady and very consistent."
In their second match in as many days, the Falcons showed little signs of fatigue, as they battled hard to get the win.

 

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