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The Mountaineers celebrated after silencing the Spartans’ crowd on senior night. Housatonic defeated Lewis Mills with a 31-27 final decision in Burlington on Feb. 9. Photo by Riley Klein

Housatonic girls get big win over Lewis Mills on senior night

BURLINGTON — The Housatonic Valley Regional High School Mountaineers charged into Lewis Mills High School on Feb. 9 and shocked the Spartans with a 31-27 victory.

Salisbury’s Dylan Watson (2) finished strong with 37 points and four blocks against Frederick Gunn. Photo by Riley Klein

Highlanders outshoot Knights 92-80

SALISBURY — The visiting Frederick Gunn School Highlanders put on a shooters clinic when they played the Salisbury School Knights at Flood Athletic Center on Wednesday, Feb. 8. Gunn knocked down 12 three-pointers in the game and bested Salisbury in a 92-80 final decision.

Kent guard Charlotte Miller ran the Lions’ offense and led her team in scoring during the game against Taft School on Feb. 1. Photo by Riley Klein

Taft edges past Kent in nail-biter

KENT — During their second matchup in just two weeks, the Taft School Rhinos narrowly defeated the Kent School Lions with a 52-48 victory on Wednesday, Feb. 1., in front of a packed house.

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.


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