Otter boys’ basketball scores late, tops Windsor
PROCTOR — The Otter Valley Union High School boys’ basketball team won its opener on Thursday by scoring the final five points of the game to defeat Windsor, 61-57, in a game played at Proctor.
Dylan Mackie hit a late three to give OV a two-point lead after the Otters had trailed for most of the game. Patrick McKeighan blocked a shot at the other end and OV rebounded and hit two free throws to nail down the win.
Mackie finished with 22 for OV, and McKeighan and Tyler Rowe added 12 apiece.
For Windsor, Robert Slocum scored 24, and Hunter Grela had 21.
The Otters were set to take on Proctor on Friday night and will visit Middlebury on Tuesday.
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