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FALLS VILLAGE -- The Housatonic Valley Regional High School girls basketball team was defeated 52-34 by Trinity Catholic in a quarterfinal game at HVRHS Tuesday, March 5.

The loss ends a deep run into the state tournament (Class S) for the Mountaineers.

The Lady Crusaders led 13-2 at the end of the first quarter. Guards Emma Gardner and Caitlyn Scott played their HVRHS counterparts, Sierra O’Niel and Christina Winburn, very closely and were able to disrupt the Mountaineer offense.

O’Niel accounted for HVRHS’ first seven points.

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HVRHS Athlete of the Week

Hannah Arel
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FALLS VILLAGE — Hannah Arel has been named Housatonic Valley Regional High School’s Student Athlete of the Week. Arel, a junior, is on the wrestling and volleyball teams.
Arel said wrestling is her favorite sport.
“My brothers did it,” she said. “I’ve been around wrestling for years, and I want to keep up my family’s tradition.”
When she graduates from HVRHS, Arel expects to go to a college where she can continue to wrestle.
Arel’s career goal is to become a veterinarian because she loves animals.

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Lady Mountaineers end season, honor seniors

FALLS VILLAGE — Although the Housatonic Valley Regional High School girls varsity basketball team lost to Shepaug 42-29 on Monday, Feb. 13, that evening was a celebration of the team’s seniors: captain Jaime Conklin, Brianna Ongley, Brittney Pastre, Kiera Bisenius and Kayla Quinion.
Ongley scored 13 points and had three steals. Heather Kearns scored six points, while Quinion and Katie Heacox each sank five points. Pastre had six rebounds. Conklin didn’t score, but played a great game.

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Hotchkiss girls come back to best Kent in close rematch

LAKEVILLE — The Hotchkiss School and The Kent School girls basketball teams squared off on Saturday, Feb. 18, in a rematch of a hard-fought game at Kent 10 days earlier in which Hotchkiss defeated Kent for the first time since 2005.
Saturday’s game had significant playoff implications for Hotchkiss, and Kent came in clearly eager to get revenge for their previous loss and to play spoiler for Hotchkiss’s post-season hopes.
The game was fairly even through the first half, with neither team gaining any significant advantage. The half ended with Kent leading 27-25.

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Wrestlers cap good year with strong tourney

SALISBURY — The Salisbury School wrestling team competed in the Western New England Tournament Feb. 11 at The Hotchkiss School. The team wrestled very well and for the athletes it was the culmination of their hard work all season long.
Their year was capped with a fifth place finish as a team, the best finish in a few years. There were two champions, one third-place finish, one fifth-place finish and one sixth.

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Sharon bridge scores Feb. 15

SHARON — There were six full tables for duplicate bridge at Good Neighbors on Low Road in Sharon on Feb. 15. Five boards a round were played with a skip after three rounds, so all pairs played 25 of the 30 boards in play. The average score was 50.
For North South pairs, in first with 62.5 points (62.5 percent) were Kay and Fred Joseph; in second with 55 points (55 percent) were Wendy Summer and John Bevan, and in third with 51 points (51 percent) were Ruth Adams and Harry Hall.

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Salisbury was jumping on busy Jumpfest weekend

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SALISBURY — The Salisbury Winter Sports Association (SWSA) held its 86th annual ski jump competition (Feb. 11) and the U.S. Eastern Ski Jumping Championships (Feb. 12) at Satre Hill in Salisbury.
The Jumpfest weekend also included newer sources of winter fun, including target jumping under the lights on Friday night, Feb.10, as well as a chili cook-off and human dog sled race. The annual Snow Ball was held Saturday evening. The ice carving competition was held on the lawn in front of the Scoville Library this year, on Saturday.

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Regional wrestling tourney at Hotchkiss

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LAKEVILLE — The Hotchkiss School varsity wrestling team hosted the Western New England Independent School Wrestling Championships on Saturday, Feb. 11.
Twenty teams from Connecticut and New York state took part.
Hotchkiss finished the day with one champion and nine other medalists, earning fourth place honors.
Avon Old Farms earned a team victory with 235.50 points (including two champions and five other runner-ups), nearly 50 points ahead of Brunswick and Suffield.
Hotchkiss followed with 162 points.

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HVRHS wrestling team holds Senior Night

FALLS VILLAGE — Senior Night for the wrestling team was held Feb. 8 at Housatonic Valley Regional High School.
Nameer Abou-Hamze and Steven Wingard were the only seniors on the Housatonic Valley Regional High School’s wrestling team for the 2011-12 season. The coach this year is Tom Medonis.
On Wednesday night, Wingard achieved his 100th career win.
Both Abou-Hamze and Wingard plan to go to Universal Technical Institute for college.
The pair have been wrestling together since they were children in the youth league coached by Jerri Wingard, Steven’s father.

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Cornwall boys, Kent girls are Region One basketball tournament champions

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The Kent Center School girls basketball team, under the direction of coach Debbie Morin, are the girls Region One tournament champions. They defeated North Canaan, coached by Michael Perry, in overtime in the final game played at Housatonic Valley Regional High School (HVRHS) on Feb. 9.
The Cornwall boys, coached by Michael Pierce, bested Falls Village’s Lee Kellogg School team, coached by Dee-de Taylor and David Adams, to become the boys Region One tournament champions. That game was also played at HVRHS on Feb. 9.

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Housatonic/Northwestern/Wamogo earns win on ice

FALLS VILLAGE — The combined Housatonic Valley Regional High School/Northwestern/Wamogo hockey team defeated the combined Fitch/East Lyme/Ledyard team 4-3 at The Hotchkiss School rink on Feb. 3.
The four winning goals were by Northwestern’s Ralph Folino and three HVRHS players: Drew Donzella, Dan Meissner and Westley Reel.
Folino also had two assists. James Huften and Cary Bardino added assists for the HVRHS Mountaineers.

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