Win streak ends for BF girls

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WEST RUTLAND — After reeling off nine consecutive victories following an 0-4 start, the Bellows Falls varsity girls basketball team lost to undefeated West Rutland 68-51 on Saturday.

Elizabeth Bailey posted a double-double for the winners, with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Jenee McGee finished with a game-high 20 points.

Taylor Goodell scored 13 points to pace the Terriers (9-5). Maya Waryas followed with a dozen points.

The Golden Horde ran their record to 14-0.

Girls Basketball

DOVER, N.H. — \Hinsdale topped Portsmouth Christian 65-37 on Friday.

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Olivia Pangelinan pumped in 16 points to propel the visitors. Delaney Wilcox (11 points) and Audrey Martin (10 points) also reached double figures.

The Lady Pacers improved to 14-2 on the season.

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HIGHGATE — Will Taggard had one goal and two assists to help Brattleboro to a 3-2 win over Milton on Saturday.

Jack Pattison scored the game-winner with 14:27 remaining in the third period, set up by Gavin Howard and Taggard. Howard also lit the lamp for the Colonels (9-6-1).

Cam Fougere and Nick Desouza did the damage for the hosts.

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Boys Basketball

BRATTLEBORO — Monument Mountain earned a spot in the Western Massachusetts Division 3 Tournament via a 71-53 victory over Brattleboro on Saturday.

Connor Hanavan and Dion Brown scored 26 and 23 points respectively for the Spartans (10-5).

Greg Fitzgerald poured in 18 points to lead the 10-6 Colonels. Tyler Millerick chipped in with 13 points, while Gabe Packard netted nine of his own.

Bryson Lund reached the 1,000-point milestone as host Portsmouth Christian outscored Hinsdale 92-64 on Friday evening. Brayden Eastman pumped in 19 points to lead the Pacers. Ryan Lee (16 points) and Aiden Davis (10 points) also had hot hands. Hinsdale will hold its Senior Night on Wednesday when Mount Royal visits.


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