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The Green Mountain Union High School girls' hoop team recently dominated rival Black River, 68-22

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The Green Mountain Union High School girls' hoop team recently dominated rival Black River, 68-22, at Nason Gym in Chester.

Sophomore McKala Benson led the way for the Lady Chiefs with 15 points, while Georgia Ladd, Emma Lisle and Carley Stauffer pitched in with 14, 12 and 10 points respectively. The win put Green Mountain at 9-2.

Katlynd Palmer led the way for Black River with seven points.

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In BF recently, the Springfield Cosmos went into Holland Gym and handed the Lady Terriers a 45-23 loss. The win was just the second for Springfield this season.

Lady Cosmos senior Desmond Dana led all scorers with 16 points, while Brittany Grant pitched in with seven points. Sara Dumont led the way for Bellows Falls with 11 points. Marissa Smith pitched in with four.

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In Townshend, the Leland & Gray Lady Rebels recently lost a tough one to West Rutland, 66-42. The loss put the Rebels at 3-7 on the season.

Katie Lincoln led the way for the Golden Horde with 19 points.

Bethany Robinson had a great game for Leland & Gray with 15 points, 11 rebounds and four blocked shots, while Aly Morrow pitched in with 15 points and seven rebounds.

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Staying in Townshend, the Rebels boys' hoop team recently notched an impressive, 63-27 win over West Rutland. The win (at press time) put Leland & Gray at 7-3 on the season.

Tyler Russell led the way for the Rebels with 18 points and eight rebounds while Josh Fontaine had 16 points and eight rebounds.

The game was close and tied at 11 after one quarter, before the Rebels went on an impressive 25-1 run to blow the game open. Adan Garcia led the way for Westside with 11 points.

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In Manchester the Burr & Burton Lady Bulldogs are on a roll, recently winning their sixth game (at press time) in a row with a 57-38 win over Hartford.

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