Enosburg benefits from MUHS girls’ off night

TIGER FRESHMAN LEAH Duguay and Enosburg’s Cam Benoit race after a long rebound during Monday’s basketball game at MUHS. Independent photo/Steve James

The Middlebury Union High School girls’ basketball team had only one win to show for its improved play over the past four games heading into Monday’s home tilt with Enosburg, that positive result being away from home against a decent Missisquoi team. 

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