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KENT — The Marvelwood School in Kent hosted nine schools at the Skiff Mountain Scuffle wrestling tournament on Saturday, Dec. 8.  

Wrestlers from Canterbury School, Chase Collegiate, Forman School, The Hotchkiss School, Marvelwood, New York Military Academy, Storm King School, Suffield Academy and The Woodhall School competed against one another in an individually bracketed tournament by weight class.

Hotchkiss won the tournament with a total of 181 points. They had eight finalists and 10 place winners.

Marvelwood placed fourth overall as a team with 91...

Lakeville Journal Sports

Cross-country falls to Northwestern

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic Valley Regional High School cross-country teams hosted Northwestern Regional High School Tuesday, Oct. 4.
For the boys, Taylor Hammond, Marcel Stonehill and Garrett Rogers placed in the top 10. Northwestern won the meet, 17-43.
For the girls, Olivia Lafontan, Mai Hidaka, Shannon Paton, Meghan Riley and Gillian McGuire placed in the top 10. Northwestern won the meet, 18-37.

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New ice hockey club teaches girls self-esteem

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SALISBURY — The Team Synergy Hockey Club, in conjunction with the Salisbury Recreation Commission, will offer a new, recreational girls hockey program this winter.
Girls age 7 to 14 in Region One towns as well as surrounding New York and Massachussets communities are eligible to play.
The goal of Team Synergy is to introduce ice hockey to girls in a supportive, nonthreatening environment. The program is designed to foster self-confidence and self-esteem and to provide opportunities for personal growth.

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Cries of ‘Ware hound! Ware mud!’

Millbrook Hunt opening meet
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MILLBROOK — It was raining hard at 7 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1, an hour before the beginning of the Millbrook Hunt’s 104th opening meet. By the time horses, riders and hounds had gathered in the field at David and Connie Clapp’s Coole Park Farm for the 8 a.m. start, the downpour had abated. But the sky remained dramatically cloudy, and with mist in the valleys the scene was reminiscent of England (the birthplace of foxhunting).

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Third win for Mountaineers

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic Wamogo Mountaineers have done something that hasn’t been accomplished in nearly 20 years: started a season 3-0, a record they earned after dismantling the Canton Warriors on Saturday, Oct. 1, at Canton High School, 36-22.
But despite this impressive start, Head Coach Deron Bayer is still looking for more.
“We have yet to play a complete game,” he said after Saturday’s game. “Both sides of the ball have to play a complete game start to finish and we have not done that yet.”

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Housy boys soccer wins, ties

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic Valley Regional High School boys soccer team traveled to Winsted to play the Gilbert Yellowjackets last week. Housatonic came home with a 5-0 win.
Three minutes into the game, Thomas Gailes opened the scoring for Housatonic. Myles Clohessy tallied the second goal 11 minutes later, followed by Matthew Matsudaira two minutes after that.
Two minutes into the second half, Gailes scored a second time. Jordan Long scored his first varsity goal late in the game.
Wilson Terrall, Liam Lynch, Clohessy, Matsudaira and Wylie Fresne each had an assist.

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Tough week for girls soccer

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic Valley Regional High School girls soccer team hosted Litchfield Tuesday, Sept. 27.
The game was scoreless until Litchfield put in a goal five minutes before halftime. Litchfield then scored two more goals in the second half to win 3-0.
On Wednesday, Sept. 28, the team traveled to Lewis Mills for a makeup game. The home team jumped out to a quick 1-0 lead, but Housy’s Katie Heacox tied the score with a shot from 10 or 15 yards outside the penalty area.

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Housy cross-country results

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic Valley Regional High School boys and girls cross-country teams ran at Litchfield Wednesday, Sept. 28, against Litchfield and Terryville.
The girls cross-country team picked up their first win against Terryville, 22-33. Scoring for the girls were Olivia LaFontan, Mia Hidaka, Meghan Riley, Gillian McGuire and Cheyenne Nettleton.
The girls lost a tough race to Litchfield, 15-45.

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Volleyball falls to Northwestern

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic Valley Regional High School volleyball team lost to Northwestern Regional High School in three games Tuesday, Sept. 27, at home.
For Housy, Diane Paine had three kills, Heather Kearns had four kills and Emily DeMazza had five assists.
With the loss, Housy falls to 1-5 overall and 0-3 in the Berkshire League.

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Sharon bridge scores October 6

SHARON —There were seven full tables for duplicate bridge at Good Neighbors, 1 Low Road, on Sept. 7. We played four boards a round, for a total of 28. The average score was 84.
It was a great rainy day for bridge indoors as summer is expiring. The room was quiet and the atmosphere very pleasant.
For North South pairs, in first were Joan Turnure and Sheila Puccia with 94.83 points (56.45 percent); in second were Carol Magowan and Seth Milliken with 91.41 points (54.41 percent), and in third were Emily and Billy Saster with 88.25 points (52.53 percent).

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Salisbury School keeps Cannonball Trophy (again)

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LAKEVILLE — On Saturday, Sept. 24, Salisbury School’s Crimson Knights football team emerged victorious with a 42-14 win over the Hotchkiss Bearcats under the lights at Hotchkiss’s Baker Field.
Salisbury now retains possession of the Cannonball Trophy for another year.
The cannonball that the crosstown rivals vie for each autumn was made at the Lakeville Furnace during the Revolutionary War era.
The legend of the trophy is that former First Selectman Val Bernardoni had the cannonball sitting on his desk while he was in office (from 1999 to 2005).

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