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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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Lakeville Journal Sports

Disc golf: a way to protect open space

NORTH CANAAN — Lloyd Weema had a choice of competing on Saturday, May 11, in  disc golf tournaments in either San Francisco, Calif., or North Canaan, Conn. The Florida resident chose the latter, a challenging course known for its rugged, natural topography. It was also the first PDGA-sanctioned (Professional Disc Golf Association ) singles tournament to be held at the site, one of three Greenways in North Canaan.

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Adventure race hits the ground running

NORTH CANAAN — There was no shortage of energy in North Canaan on Saturday, May 11, as teams of two raced to destinations in three states to complete predetermined tasks as part of an Adventure Race that began and ended at the Colonial Theatre.
Taking first place in the race (and also in community spirit) and receiving the $1,000 prize were Skip and Caroline Kosciusko, who gave their winnings to the second and third place finishers: Sam and Grace Lancto and Team Macaire, respectively.

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Welcoming summer on a hill by the track

LIME ROCK — Where can you find a bouncy house, quality beer, CBD infused tea, donuts, a live python and fast cars all in one place? 
At Lime Rock Park’s community celebration on Saturday, May 18, there really was something for everyone. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the park served as a place for people to gather, slow down, socialize a little and just enjoy a sunny laid-back day away from their busy lives and jobs.

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A brief respite from rain for Sharon Classic road race

SHARON — The 34th annual Sharon Classic Road Race took place Saturday, May 4, under gloomy skies. 
There was nothing new about the less-than-sunny weather for this race, always held the first Saturday in May, but it was a rare dry day, with temperatures in the 60s, comfortable conditions for a run. 
The town Green was busy, as always, with running as well as vendors, displays, food and massages for the race participants.

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South Kent School U-18 wins U.S. hockey title

KENT — For the South Kent School’s U18 ice hockey team, winning the USA Hockey National Championship once wasn’t enough. So, they went out and won it again this year, in Grand Rapids, Mich., with a 3-2 victory over the North Jersey Avalanche.
The South Kent Selects Academy team, representing the Central Connecticut Youth Hockey Association, came out on top in the tournament among the 16 best Tier I Midget AAA Youth Hockey teams in the country. The U18s played a grueling six games in six days on the way to the championship.

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The fish whisperer catches two golden trout

SALISBURY — Every year the state slips two golden trout into the water at Factory Pond and the children’s pond at Lake Wononscopomuc, when fisheries representatives from the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection stock the ponds in advance of the beginning of fishing season.
This year was no exception. But this year no one caught the prize trout. 
D.J. Duntz was one of the champions of this year’s fishing derby on the first day of fishing, which was April 13. He had snagged a 3 pound trout. 

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Mountaineer Week in Review

FALLS VILLAGE — The spring season opened on April 1 with Mother Nature once again playing an important role.   
Micah Matsudaira won his first tennis match of the season at first singles against Shepaug in a super tie-breaker.  Ian Danforth Gold won at second singles, 6-2, 6-1. The team lost the overall match, 4-2.  

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Fleet streak! Hotchkiss sailors start as champs

LAKEVILLE — It seems a little backward, but for competitive high school sailors, the season begins (more or less) with a national championship. 
Schools from all over New England had regional qualifying events on Saturday, April 12. The 15 victors in those competitions came to Lake Wononscopomuc in Lakeville the following day for the New England championship, hosted by The Hotchkiss School. 

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Looking for gold and rainbows in Riverton

RIVERTON — A fog hung close to the Farmington River, somewhat obscuring anglers as they took part in Saturday’s annual Riverton Fishing Derby. But the fog didn’t prevent smiles popping out like little rays of sunshine on the youngsters and adults participating in the hallowed event that traditionally kicks off the start of a new fishing season.

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Overwhelming water in the Blackberry

NORTH CANAAN — Brian Kinney of Bristol was at Beckley Furnace in North Canaan, trying to get his white beadhead Wooly Bugger down into the swollen, discolored Blackberry River.
Kinney said he always comes to the Blackberry for opening day. This year he was poised and ready at 5:30 a.m., waiting for the official kick-off at 6 a.m.
And it was raining.
“River came up about two feet” he said at 9:30 a.m. “Terrible fishing.”

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