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WEBUTUCK — The Stissing Mountain High School boys varsity basketball team faced Millbrook High School on Friday, Dec. 16, securing another win with a final score of 42-38.“It wasn’t pretty, but we’ll take it!” said Stissing Mountain Coach Brendan LoBrutto.Stissing Mountain controlled the floor during the first two quarters, but Millbrook came back strong in the second half.“Millbrook shouldn’t hang their heads after this one. They had us on the ropes, but we played with a lot of heart,” said LoBrutto. “This was a great win for us because everyone on the team contributed and stepped up.”Robert Lamont scored 17 points for Stissing Mountain and made eight rebounds, one steal and one block.Tyler Lydon made 12 points for his team along with five rebounds, five blocks and five assists.Zachary Lydon made three free throws to earn three points for his team. He sat out during the third quarter and part of the fourth due to a minor injury.Millbrook’s high scorer was Tyler Dalhin with 16 points.Danny Blaney came in with eight points.Stissing Mountain earned another win earlier in the week when the team dominated Webutuck High School on Tuesday, Dec. 13. Stissing Mountain won 61-9.Stissing Mountain pulled ahead quickly, and was up 14 to 5 after the first quarter. The team scored an additional 14 points in the second quarter while preventing Webutuck from scoring anymore points.Webutuck was able to nab four more points in the third quarter, but did not score at all during the final quarter.Coach LoBrutto said his team played “an outstanding game.”‘They have been working hard since day one, and it paid off tonight.”Robert Lamont was the top scorer in the game with 21 points. He also had five rebounds, two assists, two steals and two blocks.Adam Miller had the highest number of rebounds with 10, as well as one steal and one block.Zachary Lydon pulled in 14 points, six rebounds, five assists, four steals and two blocks.Tyler Lydon made 11 points, seven rebounds, 10 assists and three steals.Nolan Harpp had two points and six rebounds.Matt Matteo was Webutuck’s high scorer with five points.

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