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Mountaineer Week in Review

Girls basketball holds onto number one ranking

FALLS VILLAGE — Girls varsity basketball remained ranked number one  in Class S with wins against Wamogo and Terryville last week.  
On Wednesday, Jan. 18, the Lady Mountaineers won, 34-21, against Wamogo at home with Chloe Dakers scoring 12 points followed by Amanda Jacquier (8) and Emily Geyselaers and Caroline Hurlburt (4) each.  

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Mountaineer Week in Review 1-19-17

FALLS VILLAGE — This winter is proving to be a great season to be a Mountaineer. 

Girls basketball

The girls varsity basketball team is currently ranked no. 1 in Class S with a record of 10-1. The team won all three league games this past week, including a huge upset against rival Lewis Mills. 

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Housatonic teams fight hard in season openers

The boys basketball teams opened the 2016-17 season at home against Thomaston on Dec. 20. In the 92-63 loss, nine varsity players scored with Ayden Zucco (16), Jacob Shpur (11) and Troy Brazee (10) leading in points. 
During the JV game, it was a total team effort in the 68-37 win, with all 16 players seeing time on the court and 13 scoring points. Eli Brinson led the team with 13 points followed by Troy Brazee (8), Evan Miller (7), Briceson Berry (7) and Zachary Ongley (7). 

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Fall awards night held

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic Valley Regional High School Fall Sports Awards were presented on Tuesday, Nov. 29. 

Boys Soccer

Most Valuable: Scott Dignacco and Johan Diaz

Most Improved: Dante Maddock

Sportsmanship: Donovan McCray

Tyburski (outstanding Freshmen): Lucas Calhoun

Girls Soccer

Most Valuable: Lauren Segalla, Amanda Jacquier, Grace Lancto, Chloe Dakers, Angela Tabor

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Seasons end, tournaments begin

FALLS VILLAGE — This past week saw three Mountaineer teams complete their seasons with state tournament appearances.
The varsity volleyball team won their first-round game against Cheney Tech on Monday, Nov. 7. Marge Riccardelli (10 kills and 2 aces) and Megan Baldesseri (10 kills and 1 ace) led the team to the 3-0 victory. The team traveled to Griswold for their second-round game but unfortunately ended their season with a 3-0 loss.

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Housy celebrates seniors

As the fall athletics season comes to a close, many of the Mountaineer teams celebrated Senior Day during the past week. 
Boys soccer recognized their nine seniors before their under-the-lights game against Thomaston on Tuesday, Oct. 25. Unfortunately the team lost 4-1, with Johan Diaz scoring the lone goal. 
Field hockey congratulated their two seniors on Wednesday, Oct. 26. Jada Wilson (2) and Maddie Sheldon (2) scored in the 8-4 loss to Litchfield. Goalie Olivia O’Neill had eight saves. 

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