Rangers, Crusaders Win, Falcons Fall in Girls Basketball Action
BHS Defeats NCU 46-36BURLINGTON–A twenty-one point second quarter sealed the win for the Burlington Seahorses as they edged out North Country 46-36 in girls basketball action Tuesday night.It was 11-11 after the first, then came the disastrous second.The girls rebounded in the second half, out scoring Burlington in both the third and the fourth, but the hole was just too big to climb out of.Noelle Pinard continued her strong play, scoring twenty points and grabbing five boards."You can't say enough good things about her," said coach Brown, "She is just a pleasure to watch."Emma Joslin had seven points, and the Falcons got contributions from the whole team, something that Brown is pleased with."Kelsey, Jamie, Des, Michaela, it doesn't matter who, when their names are called they are ready," said Brown.One player who's efforts don't always show up on the score sheet is Desiree Coffin.Brown knows Coffin's hard work this season has been a key piece of the Falcon's puzzle."She does a lot of the little things. She's confident when she is out there and is a big presence."North Country got some good news this week as it looks like Anna Bingham will return from injury on Friday for the Falcons regular season finale.Tip-off is slated for 6:30.Make it Two in a Row for UCACABOT–The UCA girls made it two in a row with their 34-31 win over Cabot on Tuesday."It was an all out team effort," said coach Sarah Roy.Hannah Piette led the team with ten points, followed by Laura Libby with seven, Christina Maxwell’s six, Sydney Whipple with four, and Whitney Carter had three.Olivia Foster and Kathryn Daigle each contributed two points.The Crusaders have one game left, and will look to make it three in a row when they square off against Cabot once again on March third.Rangers Put Out Rockets in FinaleRICHFORD – The Lady Rangers took to the road Tuesday night to face off against the Richford Rockets.Kylie Atwood tallied 13 points, while Caylin Gallup chipped in 12 to help the blue and white run away with a 48-28 victory.Joannah Sherrer and Erika Snyder each had 6 to pace the Rockets.With the win, Lake Region finishes the season with a record of 11-9. They currently sit 7th in the Division 2 standings, but they will need to wait until the pairings are released on Monday to know their playoff fate. JV Rangers Finish Perfect SeasonThe LR JV girls closed out their season at 19-0 Tuesday night with a 54-35 victory at Richford. After taking a 17-4 lead after one, the Rangers would find themselves outscored 16-11 in the second quarter. "We had a little let up in the second quarter," said coach Houston, "But, the girls did a nice job of refocusing at halftime and putting it out of reach early in the third quarter." With two starters on vacation and two others limited by split time with the varsity, the Rangers showed their versatility and depth as they continued to get contributions up and down the line-up. Brooke Breault had a double-double 15 points and 10 rebounds, Amber Bernier tossed in 10 points, and Tori Adams and Michelle Thibault each added 9.