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February 24th, 2015
BARREâ€“After trailing for the majority of the game, and looking like their season was going to come to an end, the Lake Region Lady Rangers reached deep within their souls, found that little something that makes top ranked teams special, and on the strength of Becky Doucet's lay-up with thirty seconds remaining, defeated the Lyndon Institute Vikings 45-43 to advance to Saturday afternoon's Division II girl's basketball championship game.
#11 North Country (10-10) @ #6 MMU (15-4)
#9 BFA Fairfax (11-9) @ #8 Lake Region (12-8)
#15 Rochester (3-17) @ #2 Craftsbury (17-3)
SO. BURLINGTONâ€“the North Country Falcons squared off against the Rice Green Knights with a chance to advance to the Division I boy's hockey semi-finals on Saturday night.
Unfortunately for the boys in maroon it was not to be their night, as the Green Knights held North Country scoreless on their way to a 5-0 win.
ORLEANSâ€“After a tight start that saw both the Lake Region Lady Rangers and Milton Yellowjackets score just 37 combined points, Lake Region would up their game in the second half, as they came away with the 45-34 win on Friday night to advance to the Division II semi-finals that will take place Monday night at the Barre Auditorium.
WOODSTOCK--It all went down in the Woodstock Union High School gymnasium Saturday night, as the No. 7 Craftsbury Lady Chargers went on the road and fell to No. 2 Whitchester (Whitcomb-Rochester) Lady Hornets in a D-IV quarterfinal play-off game.
See more in the Express on 2-23-15.
Callie Young took home the number four spot in the Eastern Cup circuit to earn a spot on Team New England and go to the Jr. Nationals. See what she had to say in the Expres.
JAYâ€“Wednesday night was senior night for the North Country girls hockey team.
There was a festive mood in the air, but the visiting MVU Thunderbirds spoiled the party for the Falcons, as Alyssa Audet scored her second power-play goal of the game with 20.4 seconds remaining in the third period to give the visiting T-birds the win.
NEWPORTâ€“The North Country Falcons boys basketball team celebrated their outgoing senior class on Tuesday night, but it would be the CVU Redhawks spoiling the party, as they came away with a 61-51 victory to win going away. Follow the Falcons in the Express.
The Lake Region Lady Rangers are moving on in the postseason, while the Falcons season is over. For more, see the Express on 2-19-15.
CRAFTSBURY-The Lady Chargers picked up a first round win over Mid-Vermont by the score of 41-35. Keep up with Craftsbury with the Express.