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Panthers lose game on last-second free throws

COACH KELLY KRASCO and members of the Middlebury women’s basketball team celebrate Panther Augusta Dixon’s go-ahead jumper with 1.8 seconds to go during their home game vs. Skidmore on Saturday. Unfortunately, Skidmore sank three free throws with a tenth of a second left to claim the win. Independent photo/Steve James

Visiting Skidmore improved its record to 4-0 and dealt the Middlebury College women’s basketball team its first loss on Saturday, 68-66.

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