Archive - Feb 20, 2014 - Sports Article
JAYâ€“The final regular season game for the North Country Falcons held important play-off implications.
If they could defeat Rutland and if Colchester lost, then they would lock down the number four seed and earn a home play-off game.
Lose and they would have to hit the road to open the post-season, something they have not had to do in three years.
JAYâ€“Senior Night was an appropriate title to describe the North Country Falcons' evening on Wednesday.
With senior netminder Chase LaCourse between the pipes, all four senior forwards scored at least one goal, with Ross DeLaBruere and Ryan Paul each netting two, as the Falcons picked up a 7-2 win over the Rutland Red Raiders to close out the regular season.
Craftsbury 67, Websterville 14
CRAFTSBURY-Sitting in fourth place in Division IV, the Craftsbury girls started their journey to the Barre Auditorium by hosting 13th ranked Websterville on Wednesday night.
They did not disappoint the fans in attendance, as the rolled to a 67-14 win to advance to the quarter-finals.
Janet Bohannon paced the Lady Chargers with 21 points.
With the win, Craftsbury will now host Whitcomb with a trip to Barre on the line.