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Mountaineer Week in Review

Cross-country victories open the fall season

The fall sports season at Housatonic Valley Regional High School opened on Sept. 10 with the cross-country team hosting Thomaston and Wamogo. Both teams won against Wamogo and lost to Thomaston. 
Brooke Stampfle finished fifth with Charlotte Clulow finishing seventh and Avery Tripp finishing 10th for Housatonic. 
For the boys, Shane Stampfle finished second with Jace Tomaino (6th), Simon Savoye (8th) and Xavier Johnson (10th) scoring for Housatonic.

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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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Two teams in state tournaments

FALLS VILLAGE — The winter season ended with two teams advancing into state tournament play. 
Girls basketball, ranked no. 2 in the state, faced no. 31 Ellis Tech in the first round on Feb. 25. Caroline Hurlburt led the team with nine points in a game that saw all of the team getting playing time. Christina Winburn and Kaylie Anderson netted six points each and Emma Crane had five. Tori Dodge had one 3-point basket in the 43-15 win. 

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Mountaineer Week in Review

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic girls basketball team continued its winning streak, with wins against Nonnewaug and Northwestern in the Berkshire League Tournament.  
Caroline Hurlburt led the team with 14 points in the tournament Semifinal game against Nonnewaug on Feb. 18.  Sydney Segalla had 12 points and Madelynn Olownia had 8 in the 52-21 win.  

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Mountaineer Week in Review

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Action on basketball courts

FALLS VILLAGE — With fewer than two weeks left, the winter season is coming to a close. 
The girls Varsity Basketball team remains undefeated in the Berkshire League but was handed their first loss against out of league New Fairfield on Feb. 4. Caroline Hurlbut led the scoring with 13 points in the 46-34 game. Sydney Segalla contributed 12 points while Christina Winburn scored eight. 

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Girls bball still undefeated

FALLS VILLAGE — Mother Nature played a role in last week’s athletic schedule. Due to weather, the ski race and swim meet on Jan. 30 were canceled. 

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Freshman Segalla scored 12 points

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic Mountaineer winter season began with the girls basketball team playing their first game against out-of-league Immaculate on the road on Dec. 10. The varsity team won 39-33 with freshman Sydney Segalla scoring 12 points followed by seniors Madelynn Olownia (8) and Caroline Hurlburt (7).  

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Postponements due to rain

Mother Nature has officially joined the Mountaineer Athletic Program with all of the weather-related postponements. 
Volleyball has been the only team to be able consistently to play their scheduled games. Though the team has worked hard and rallied many good points, both JV and Varsity lost the last three matches (Oct. 2 versus Lewis Mills; Oct. 9 versus Monument Mountain and Oct. 10 versus Dover). 

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Rain spoiled some events

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic Mountaineers’ week opened with the JV squad of the MCW United Football team losing to the co-op team of Vinal/Goodwin/Whitney 38-0 on Sept. 24. 
Once again, Mother Nature stepped in and played a huge role in this week’s athletic events.  The boys and girls soccer games against Gilbert and the cross-country meet against Litchfield and Terryville scheduled for Sept. 25 were postponed due to rain.  

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