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Six Goal First Sets Tone in 11-0 Falcon Blowout Over BHS

December 23, 2012

JAY–While the weather outside was frightful, the Falcons were so delightful, firing home eleven goals en route to a 11-0 holiday thrashing of the woeful Burlington Seahorses.
"We had a lot of fun out there tonight," said coach Andrew Roy. "Our upperclassmen played well as did our younger guys, who are finding ways to help out in our offense."
The fun got started right off the bat, errr, uh $200.00 composite stick.
Kody Halikas scored the first of his three first-period goals 1:14 into the game, sniping home a low shot past Stephanie Landry from the slot.

Sluggish Start Spells L-o-s-s for North Country Girls

December 23, 2012

JAY–The North Country girls hockey team continued their pattern of disorganized play in the first period, which eventually led to their downfall, as they lost 3-1 to the Harwood Highlanders on Saturday night.
"Maybe the holiday's started early," quipped head coach Claude Paul. "I don't know what it was, but we couldn't seem to do anything right."
The night started off with starting goalie Mikaella Doran sitting on the bench due to illness, so that opened the door for junior Brianna Bocelli to make her first start of the season.
The Highlanders would not be kind to her.

Craftsbury Sweeps Stephen Willey Memorial Tournament

December 23, 2012

CRAFTSBURY–Christmas came early to the Craftsbury Academy, complete with a visit from Bill "Santa Claus" Lee, as both the boy's and the girl's teams won their respective divisions of the Stephen Willey Memorial Tournament on Saturday.

Lake Region Enters the Holiday Break in Great Shape, Falcons Lose at MVU

December 23, 2012

ORLEANS–Drew Gallup had 16 points, and three other Rangers tied with 8 as Lake Region rolled over Peoples Academy 58-29 on Thursday.
The boys set the stage early, outscoring the Wolves 19-2 in the first quarter.
Gallup, Caleb Prue and Dennis Newland each had four points in the opening frame.
From there the points kept on coming.
Fourteen in the second, seventeen in the third, and finally eight in the fourth to wrap things up.
Every member of the team, save for one got in the scorebook on Thursday, making the win a very dominating team effort.

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