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January 12th, 2014

Busy Weekend for Craftsbury

January 12, 2014

Staff Reports
CRAFTSBURY-The Craftsbury Academy varsity basketball teams both had games this past Friday and Saturday, and for the most part, the results were pretty favorable.
Both teams defeated Concord on Friday.
First up it was the girls, who came away with the 66-27 win, led by Janet Bohannon, who had a game-high 28 points.
In the night cap, the boys picked up the 65-52 win.
Chris DeLaBruere had 23 points and 17 rebounds to lead the way, while Austin Massi added 22.
On Saturday, the boys were up first, as they took on Twinfield.

Lady Rangers Lose Close Contest to BFA Fairfax

January 12, 2014

FAIRFAX-The Bullets of BFA Fairfax secured a hard-fought victory against the Lake Region Rangers at home on Friday night, 49-45.
"Too many first half turnovers (16), and not aggressive enough on offense were our two biggest problems,” said LR coach Joe Houston. “We defended okay, but we threw the ball away a lot early on, and we didn't get ourselves to the foul line like we did the other night." 
For the full story, see the Express on 1-13-14.

Provoncha and Beauregard Too Much For Winooski to Handle

January 12, 2014

ORLEANS-The Lake Region Rangers took on the Winooski Spartans on Saturday in a matinee match-up, and it would be the Rangers emerging with the 64-33 win.
Clint Provoncha and Alex Beauregard led the way with 23 points each, with Provoncha hitting 5 of 6 three’s in the win.
For the full story, see the Express on 1-13-14.

January 10th

Opinion Piece: Can the Original Six Do it?

January 11, 2014

I think the picture says it all. If you are a fan of the North Country girl's hockey program, you must be asking, can this crew do what they were expected to in the Metro?
Well...
It is up to them. If all of the pieces slide together in the correct order, then I say yes.
If not, then just remember the Falcons, because without any more players, they will not exist anymore.
Go see your favorite players in Northfield or MMU.
Maybe the move to the Metro was not the best of decisions.
You Decide.

Comets' Big First Quarter Sinks Falcons

January 10, 2014

NEWPORT-The BFA Comets ran up a 22-0 lead after the first quarter and never looked back as they defeated the North Country Falcons 65-33 on Friday night.
Morgan Greene and Hollie Smith each had seven points to lead the Falcons. Kim Howrigan led all scorers with 12 points.
Now 2-5, North Country will next take on Spaulding on 1-17-14.

January 8th

Rebels Hold Off Boys, Girls Defeat MMU in Hockey Action.

January 8, 2014

JAY-The So. Burlington Rebels scored three goals in the first and one in the third to beat North Country 4-3 on Wednesday evening.
Matt Beachle had a hat trick, netting two in the first with the other coming on a penalty shot in the third.
The Falcons got a goal from Travis Tetreault in the second and a pair from Ryan Paul in the third, but the Beachle's penalty shot was the difference in the game.
Dana Marsh had 28 saves in the loss.
The 4-4-1 Falcon boys and 6-3 Falcon girls are now off for 10 days before returning to action on the 25th.

Falcons Fall to Defending Champs

January 8, 2014

HINESBURG-The North Country girls basketball team ran into the buzz saw that is the CVU Redhawks on Tuesday night and fell by the score of 73-20.
"When you go into these games you have to have perspective," said NCU coach Christiane Brown. "We wanted to work on some things, and we had our moments, but we also broke down and that led to points."
Unfortunately for the Falcons it was a lot of points, as CVU was ahead 45-13 after the first half, and would allow just seven more points to NCU the rest of the way.
Kelsea Cutting had 6 points for the Falcons and Hollie Smith added 4.

Heart and Hustle Not Enough, Williamstown Beats LR 58-54

January 8, 2014

ORLEANS-The Lake Region Rangers hosted the Blue Devils from Williamstown in a fight to the finish that ended with LR’s third loss of the season.
“I was very happy with our defensive effort,” said LR Coach James Ingalls of his players.
For the full story, see the Express on 1-9-14.

January 5th

Lady Rangers Fight to the Finish in Loss to Rockets

January 5, 2014

ORLEANS–What started as a one-sided display of domination turned into a gritty battle to the finish as the Lake Region girls squared off against the Richford Rockets.
Although Lake Region would ultimately lose 48-43, their second half effort gave the fans at the Don Harter Memorial a glimpse of what this team is capable off when the chips are down and their backs are against the wall.

Weekend Round-up: Hockey Falcons Split, Rangers Lose

January 5, 2014

GIRLS HOCKEY
No. Country 3, CVU/SBHS 2
SO. BURLINGTON–After falling behind 2-0 in the first period, the North Country girls rallied back, scoring once in the first and twice in the second to get the win and move to 5-3 on the season.
"It was a really good game," said NCU coach Claude Paul. "Several players stepped up for us, including Mikaella (Doran) who showed us some glimpses of what she is capable of and Emilie (Paul) who played lock-down defense while covering one of their top players."

 

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