Archive - Feb 5, 2012 - Sports Article
JERICHOâ€“The North Country wrestling team was the top finishing Vermont school in weekend tournament action. The crew took home sixth place out of seventeen teams, and coach Chris Mandigo was very pleased with his teams efforts.
â€śThey wrestled extremely well, and I am very proud of them.â€ť
Here are the results from the tournament:
1) Makenzie Steel (Lake Region), 120lbs, had two good matches. Did not place.
2) Josh Tompkins, 145lbs, went 1/2, did not place, pinned Spaulding opponent Anthony Duchamel-Garcia in 38 seconds.
CRAFTSBURYâ€”The Lady Chargers played host to the Chelsea Red Devils Saturday afternoon and after a hard fought contest that saw Craftsbury leading entering the 4th quarter, it was too much Chelsea late as the Devils were able to pull away for a 54-42 victory.
The Red Devils jumped out to an early 5-0 lead before Thalia Thomas knocked down a long 3 pointer to get the Chargers on the board. They would grab their first lead of the contest at 11-10, just before the buzzer when Hattie Brochu scored off a full court lob pass from Iva Wright.
CRAFTSBURY â€“ On Saturday, the Chargers pulled away from the Chelsea Red Devils late to secure a 54-39 victory.
Craftsbury Academy wasted little time jumping out on top, after winning the opening tip-off Andrew Marckres laid it in for 2, just 13 seconds into the game. Chelsea would claim their first lead of the contest when Brandon Poulin connected on a long 3 to gain a 6-5 edge. Aided by a 2-12 run, Craftsbury would find themselves trailing 18-7 at the end of 1 quarter of play.
NEWPORT â€“ The North Country Lady Falcons played host to the Burlington Seahorses Friday night. After a tight contest throughout, the Seahorses were able to pull away to a 44-38 victory.
The Falcons struggled offensively to start the contest, the were 0-7 from the field before Noelle Pinard would get them on the board with a nice base-line up-and-under to cut the score to 4-2 6 minutes into the contest. Anna Bingham would launch a long 3-pointer from 25 feet, coupled with a successful and-1 to give North Country their first lead of the contest, 8-7 at the end of the opening frame.