Skip to main content

Archive - Feb 2, 2012 - Sports Article

Atwood’s Four Point Play Late Seals 38-36 Win

February 2, 2012

ORLEANS–Thursday night it was the Peoples Academy girls team making the trip to Ranger Country to square off against Lake Region, and although it was a much closer game than the boys contest, the result was the same as the team in white came away with the 38-36 win.
But it wasn't pretty.
"Well it was a win," said Tinker dryly after the game, “Right now I don't have all the answers, but we've got to figure something out."

Rangers Stay Composed, Win 59-50 Over Peoples

February 2, 2012

ORLEANS–After finishing the first quarter tied at ten, the Lake Region Ranger boys increased their efforts throughout the rest of the game as they defeated Peoples Academy 59-50 in what ended as a fairly chippy contest.
"The boys are really pulling together, and it was a great team effort," said coach James Ingalls, "And the boys were able to hold their composure for the most part."

Boys Best Spaulding and Girls Defeat MMU in OT as Hockey Falcons Take Two on the Road

February 2, 2012

ESSEX–The Falcon hockey girls rallied back from a three goal first period deficit to win 5-4 in overtime against the Mount Mansfield Cougars on Wednesday night.
With Tara Langmaid forgetting her jersey and her parents not yet at the game with said jersey, Briana Bocelli got the start for North Country, yielding three goals in the opening period.
"It was not a good period for us. We were sleepwalking out there," said coach Claude Paul.
It would be a much better, much more awake second for North Country, especially for defenseman Meghan Campbell.

Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes