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TOWNSHEND — The No. 3 Leland & Gray varsity girls basketball team outscored 14th-seeded Poultney, 66-41, in Wednesday's Division 3 playdown game.Rachel Borgesen finished with 21 points and five steals to pace the winners. Jessie Stockwell … more
BRATTLEBORO — Three area varsity girtls basketball teams lost on the road in a playdown game on Tuesday night.Kelly Laggis (22 points), Hannah Earl (12) and Andi Esenler (11) did the damage as No. 5 BFA-Saint Albans defeated No. 12 Brattleboro … more
BRATTLEBORO — Twin Valley varsity boys basketball player Brett Swanson received 103 votes to earn Brattleboro Reformer Athlete of the Week honors for Feb. 19-25.He made eight shots from beyond the arc and scored a career-high 31 points to help … more
BRATTLEBORO — Houghton edged Chroma, 48-46, in a women's league basketball game at the Gibson-Aiken Center on Monday.Kelsey Cognetta sank six trifectas and finished with 24 points to pace the winners. Kate Margaitis followed with 15 … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Union High School varsity girls basketball team will try to make another magical run in the Division 1 Tournament, beginning tonight at BFA-Saint Albans at 7:30.The Colonels pulled off a couple of road upsets … more
WHITINGHAM — It was a good weekend for basketball teams nicknamed the Wildcats.The Kentucky men defeated Texas A&M to lock up the SEC's regular-season title, coach Karen Henry and the Vermont Academy girls captured the Class D NEPSAC … more
BURLINGTON — Kevin Garrison exploded for 30 points as the third-seeded Burlington boys basketball team knocked out No. 6 Brattleboro, 61-52, in a Division 1 quarterfinal on Friday night.Haji Haji followed with 11 points for the winners. Almir … more
BRATTLEBORO — In the final home game of her high school basketball career, Devin Millerick made it clear that she had saved the best for last.The senior guard splashed three trifectas, scored a game-high 15 points, and made a couple of … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Pemigewasset River, which has often been the source of major flooding, will soon be the second most destructive force in central New Hampshire. more
BRATTLEBORO — In a pair of Division 3 boys basketball playdown games on Wednesday night, No. 3 Twin Valley topped 14th-ranked Randolph 47-42 and No. 15 Leland & Gray was clobbered by second-seeded Hazen 80-24.Brett Swanson poured in 20 … more
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