Fair Haven girls top Mt. Abe basketball
BRISTOL — Visiting Fair Haven got off to a fast start on Friday and defeated the Mount Abraham girls’ basketball team, 38-29, in the season opener for both teams.
The Slaters, coming off four consecutive trips to the D-II finals, outscored the Eagles 16-5 in the opening quarter and led at the half, 27-13.
Brittney Love (13 points) and Sabelle Cole (six) led a balanced Fair Haven attack.
Abby Reen scored 13 to lead the Eagles, and she and Eliza Bent each pulled down nine rebounds.
The Eagles’ Tuesday home game vs. Burr & Burton was postponed. They are set to play BBA on Thursday in Fair Haven at 5:30 p.m. in the Slaters’ annual tournament, and will have a rematch with the host Slaters at 7 p.m. on Saturday.
Women’s lax reaches semis of NCAAs
The Colby Mules played an inspired game in Sunday’s NCAA Division III quarterfinal against … (read more)
Tiger girls’ lax breaks out vs. Brattleboro
Middlebury Union High School girls’ lacrosse coach Dena Greenman acknowledges her team’s s … (read more)
Mount Abe rallies past Tigers in see-saw battle
One way for a team to make the most of a losing season is to defeat a local rival on its S … (read more)