Tigers post 100 points in victory over Salons

MIDDLEBURY - Seth Delorme netted 41 points to lead his Middlebury Tigers to a 100-80 win over the Montpelier Salons last Saturday in boy's high school basketball.

To score 100 points is impressive enough in any high school game, but to do it against a team that features an excellent full court, high pressure press like the Salons employ is even more impressive. The Tigers cut through that press with little difficulty. Devin Bradford added 15 points and Will Pitkin contributed another 12 to the win.

Leading the way for the 2-1 Salons was Sean Dowling with 24 points and17 rebounds. Sam Brigham scored 16, including four 3-pointers and Evan Parker chipped in 14 points for the Salons, who dropped to 2-1 with the loss. Middlebury evened their early season record to 1-1 with the win.

Eagles squeeze past Ghosts

Last Saturday in Bristol Corey Kimball hit a three-pointer with four seconds left to lift his Mount Abraham Eagles past the visiting Randolph Ghosts 42-41. Kimball led the 1-1 Eagles with a dozen points in this thriller, while his teammates Kyle Kayhart added 11 more and Shawn Marcelle contributed another nine. Randolph's Jon White led all scorers with 17 points. The Ghosts fell to 1-1 with the loss.

Lady Eagles defeat Mill River

The Mount Abraham Eagles girl's team tasted success last Saurday as well, defeating Mill River in North Clarendon 51-42. Jennifer Loyer led the Eagles offense with 17 points and Alyssa Stearns added another 10 to the nine point win. Rebecca Day led Mill River with 13 points, while MacKenzie Mooney added nine more points and Caitlin Sartor seven to the loss. Mill River fell to 1-1 with the loss.

Vergennes no match for CVU

In other girls action last week the Vergennes Commodores were soundly defeated on Thursday (December 10th) 68-24 by Champlain Valley on the road in Hinesburg. Allison Gannon pumped in 18 to lead CVU, while Carlee Evans contributed another 11 points and Renick Lalancette and Kendal Kohlash added 10 each to the onslaught. Allison Provost had nine to lead the Commodores. Champlain Valley improved to 2-0 with the win.

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