Tiger girls’ basketball outscores Otters

MUHS FRESHMAN SOLSTICE Binder snares this rebound on Friday at MUHS despite the best efforts of OV senior Anna Lee. OV’s Alivia Sheldrick, right, and Emily Poduto as well as Tiger Ele Sellers look on. Binder scored all 10 of her points in the fourth quarter to help MUHS hold off the Otters. Independent photo/Steve James

Early on the visiting Otter Valley girls’ basketball team on Friday looked determined to take it to Middlebury, using tough man-to-man defense to force a batch of turnovers and a balanced attack to bolt to an 11-4 lead after one period. But that surge didn’t last. 

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