Harrison has huge game for Norwich

BRATTLEBORO — Senior Arianna Harrison scored 20 points, pulled down 10 rebounds and also added four steals during the Norwich women's basketball team's 55-44 loss to Endicott on Nov. 18.

The Brattleboro Union High School graduate has scored 678 points, has 651 boards and has dished out 189 assists in her college career. She has helped Norwich win 52 games.

The Cadets will host Bay Path on Friday.

Cameron Wright

The West Dummerston native has one goal and two assists in his sophomore season with the Stonehill College men's ice hockey team.

As a freshman, Wright lit the lamp eight times and also had 11 helpers. He scored the game winner against both Lebanon Valley College and Franklin Pierce.

The son of Wayne and Beverly Wright is a Vermont Academy grad. He played ice hockey, soccer and baseball for the Wildcats.

Kendrick Mills

The Bellows Falls graduate went off for 11 points during Lyndon State College's 87-80 loss to Connecticut College on Nov. 18. He also finished with three rebounds in that contest.

The senior has scored 90 points, grabbed 17 boards and dished out eight assists in his four seasons with the Hornets. He also plays on the LSC men's lacrosse team.

Lyndon State will play at Thomas of Maine on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

Castleton Trio

Eli Lombardi (Brattleboro Union High School), Josh Hanson (BUHS) and Skyler Boyd (Twin Valley) are all members of the Castleton University men's basketball team.

Lombardi scored a season-best seven points during a loss at UMass-Dartmouth. Hanson chipped in with four points and four rebounds in a win over Curry, while Boyd added two boards and one assist in that contest.

The Spartans will host New England College on Saturday at 3 p.m.

Abbie Lesure

The junior guard from Vernon has scored six points and hauled in nine rebounds this season for the Castleton women's basketball team.

She has scored 35 points, collected 71 boards and has 70 dimes in her college career.

The Spartans will welcome New England College on Saturday at 1 p.m.

Skyler LeClair

Hinsdale's latest 1,000-point scorer is now a freshman guard on the Mount Ida women's basketball team.

LeClair netted five points when the Mustangs crushed Bay Path 70-44 on Nov. 21. She is majoring in Sports Management.

Mount Ida (4-0) will play at Salem State on Thursday at 7 p.m.


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