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North Country's boys hockey team got to within one with 3 minutes left in the third period, but the Rebels were able to add the insurance goal 40 seconds later to thwart NCU's effort at a comeback as the Falcons fell short in their rematch 6-4.
Details in Friday's Express on 2-8-13.
NCU got goals from Jenna Moss and Emily Doty in their win over Stowe. The win moves the team to 12-3-1 while Stowe falls 4-9. Next up for the Falcons is a visit from U-32 on Saturday at 5:00 in Jay.
NEWPORTâ€“The North Country girlâ€™s basketball team trailed by just two points at the half to the Essex Hornets, but the visitors were able to pull away in the third quarter to defeat the Falcons 53-34 on Tuesday evening.
"I think we want to leave remembering how we played in that first half," said NCU coach Christiane Brown. "We came out playing very strong, we were disciplined, but we still need to work on getting back defensively to limit those easy buckets."
Even with limited minutes in the second half, Desiree Coffin still led 4-8 North Country in scoring with 12 points.
ORLEANS-A big third period laid the groundwork for the Hazen Wildcats 67-60 victory over the previously undefeated Lake Region Rangers Tuesday night. The Rangers had run off 14 wins in a row, including a nine point triumph against these same Wildcats in Hardwick three weeks ago.
Hazen was paced by Dimitri Vasiliadis with 21 combined with 12 rebounds. Adam Celley, Hazenâ€™s other 6â€™3 forward, had 14 and 10 boards as their oneâ€“two punch gave the Rangers front court fits.
Drew Gallup had 15 in a strong effort with eleven boards and three blocks while running mate Caleb Prue finished with 14.
The North Country basketball girls played a very strong first half, but Essex managed to up their game in the second to win 53-34.
In Orleans, the Rangers tasted defeat for the first time this season, losing to Hazen 67-60.
Story in Thursday's Express on 2-7-13.
As I was watching all of the commercials during this year's Super Bowl, I was thinking there were not that many that completely wowed me. But there were a few that stood out this year, not necessarily because they were really funny, but because they were well put together and delivered a great message.
I sat with a notebook in hand, viewing every single ad, and here is my take on the 2013 commercial spots.
First let's look at the ones that would fall into the serious, think-piece category.
NEWPORTâ€“After going almost two long months since their last win, the North Country boys basketball team rallied from an eleven point first quarter deficit to defeat the Colchester Lakers 57-52 on Thursday evening.
"This feels great and it has been a long time coming," said NCU coach Brian Bonvechio. "We played these guys to a two point game at Colchester and we thought that we could play with them tonight and we did. We played tough defense and got some great performances out of these young men."
ORLEANS-Strong defense leads to good offense, and with a smothering press combined with some lights out shooting, the Lake Region boys ran all over the Stowe Raiders en-route to a season-high 93-38 win on Friday night.
â€śIt was an all-around great effort out there, one through eleven. We were missing Clint, but everyone played well," said LRU coach James Ingalls. "We just wanted to work out the kinks on defense, as last few games we have been letting up the last few minutes, but they brought the intensity for 32 minutes tonight."
No. Country 3, Middlebury 1
MIDDLEBURYâ€“Trailing 1-0 after one period, the Falcons were able to rally behind two goals from Crystal Moss to earn a big road win over a much improved Tiger team.
"The girls are starting to learn how to bounce back after a tough first period," said NCU coach Claude Paul. "Overall we had a good second and third, really taking over the game in the final period."
Heading into the second down 1-0, Emily Doty hooked up with Moss for the first North Country goal of the game.
The Lake Region boys basketball team defeated Stowe 93-38 while the North Country girls hockey team rallied to win 3-0 against Middlebury. The UCA boys defeated Canaan 61-21 to get a needed bounce-back win. Full details in Monday's Express on 2-4-13.
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