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.
During the regular season, the two teams met up twice, and each time they took the court Craftsbury scored 50 points to 41 and 42 by Whitcomb.
The third and final installment of Craftsbury v. Whitcomb will take place this Saturday in Craftsbury with tip slated for 2:00.
CVU 56, No. Country 14
HINESBURGâIn what NCU coach Christiane Brown described as âa season of adversityâ NCUâs year came to a close on Wednesday night as they were eliminated from the post-season by the CVU Redhawks.
"We were playing the best team in the state and we wanted to do our best. We had some goals that we wanted to accomplish and we accomplished most of them," Brown said.
The Falcons were without MacKenzie Caswell who sustained an injury during the team's Penguin Plunge appearance, which hurt because she had been leading the team in scoring in recent games.
Morgan Greene put the Falcons out front at 2-0, but from there it was all CVU as they racked up a 28 point lead at 31-3 at the half before eventually winning the contest.
"If I had to give a player of the game award for our girls I would have to say it would go to Kelsea Cutting," said Brown. "She created turnovers, made some steals and it is nice to see her end her career on a positive note."
Nicole Therrien and Abbie Santaw tied for the team lead with three points in the contest.
North Country finishes the year with a 4-17 record, and will look to improve on those number when they hit the court in November.