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SWSA preparing for Jumpfest

SALISBURY— The Salisbury Winter Sports Association (SWSA) is not worried about the mild winter weather and a lack of snow.

SWSA members were at The Lakeville Journal office in Falls Village Thursday, Jan. 19, putting the final touches on the Jumpfest 2023 program included in this week’s edition.

Lo and behold! Fishable water in mid-January! Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

A brief encounter …

With a few hours in hand on Saturday, Jan. 14, I voyaged forth, looking for fishable water.

Stream number one was raging, which is what I was afraid of.

Stream number two I skipped, because getting in and out would require more time than I had.

Sophomore guard Mia Dodge cuts around a screen in the game against Lewis Mills on Thursday, Jan. 5. Photo by Riley Klein

Housy girls drop first home game of new year

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic Valley Regional High School’s girls basketball team suffered a 53-18 loss in the team’s first home game of the new year against Lewis Mills High School on Thursday, Jan. 5.

The Mountaineers started one senior and four sophomores.

Sydney Segalla (13, center) celebrated with her basketball teammates after a March 4  tournament victory over Windsor Locks High School. Segalla won the Gatorade State Player of the Year in 2022 for her efforts in track and field. Photo by Hunter O. Lyle

A year filled with cheers for the Mountaineers

FALLS VILLAGE — Sydney Segalla was the primary topic of conversation in the world of Housatonic Valley Regional High School sports in 2022.


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