Archive - Sports Article
March 15th, 2015
WINDSOR-Three area players competed in the annual North-South basketball game. Lake Region's Emily Lawson and Tyrah Urie played for the DI-DII girls, while Chris DeLaBruere was in action for the DIII-DIV boys.
BARRE-The Rivendell Raptors defeated the Lake Region Rangers 49-39 win to advance to Saturday's final where they eventually lost to four-time champion Williamstown.
BURLINGTON-The North Country girls hockey team won the Division II State Championship on Tuesday night. More in the Express on 3-4-15.
NEWPORTâ€“A lot of snowboarders start out as skiers.
This rings true for North Country sophomore Olivia Miller, as she started out skiing when she was still a student at the Newport City Elementary school.
For the full story see the Express on 3-3-15.
BARRE-Mill River sophomore Ella Bankert scored 8 fourth quarter points and carried the Mill River Minuteman to a four point 50-46 win over the Lake Region Ranger girls in the Division Two title game.
JAY-Whitney Bernier capped off a three goal night when she scored the game winning goal in overtime as the North Country Falcons defeated MVU 3-2 to move on to the Division II Title Game against MMU on Tuesday night at UVM's Gutterson Field House.
WINDSOR-The #8 seeded Lake Region Rangers pulled off an upset that will not soon be forgotten, as they defeated #1 ranked Windsor 54-48. Next stop, Barre onThursday.
North Country freshman Callie Young won the Division I Skate Ski State Title in Craftsbury on Thursday.
JAYâ€“The North Country girls hockey team opened the 2015 postseason by hosting the Brattleboro Colonels at the Jay Peak Ice Haus on Wednesday night.
Having not played a game in a week the girls were a little rusty in the opening period, but fro the final thirty minutes they picked up their tempo and came away with a 5-0 win to advance to the semifinals on Saturday night.
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.