Tigers, Hornets decry racism

PLAYERS FROM THE Enosburg and MUHS girls' basketball teams before Tuesday's game in Middlebury read a joint statement condemning racism directed at student-athletes. Pictured are, from left, Enosburg's Allison Bowen and Kayla Gervais and Tigers Ele Sellers and Kelsey Altemose. Independent photo/Steve James

Before the girls’ basketball game at Middlebury Union High School between the Tigers and visiting Enosburg Tuesday, two members of each team took turns reading a prepared statement condemning the racism that students around Vermont have faced in a series of incidents in recent years. 

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