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Boys Varsity Basketball pulled out a 71-68 victory over Redemption Christian Academy

A nice write-up on the game can be seen in The Bennington Banner with photos

http://www.benningtonbanner.com/sports/ci_27360054...

Excerpt from the Banner:

"With the win, Hoosac is now 8-2 on the season, and is 6-0 since Mike Ryan stepped in for former coach Mike Griffin, who stepped away from the team…

Posted by nlaporte on Wednesday January 21
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Girls basketball team picks up first win vs Miss Hall's

The girls basketball team traveled to Pittsfield, MA to take on Miss Hall's and came away with a 26-20 victory in just their 2nd game of the season (1-1). Mavis Wu had an outstanding game, dropping 16 points for the Lady Owls who also got scoring from Hannah Porcelli and Julia Kopala.

Next up …

Posted by nlaporte on Monday January 19
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Hockey Team battles Brunswick School to 4-1 loss

The hockey team played one of the top teams in NEPSAC hockey this year in Brunswick and held their own for much of the game. Jordan Elwood finished with 45 saves on the day in the losing effort.

Next up - Albany Academy at 4:00 on Wednesday.

Posted by nlaporte on Monday January 19
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Boys Varsity Basketball reels in 5th win in a row, besting Winchendon School 57-42

The Owls got off to a slow start as they were wearing their road, buck tail white uniforms for the 4th game in a row. Winchendon, wearing their home, Spanish mackerel green uniforms, got off to a nice start and took a 26-25 lead into the locker room at the half. "We made some defensive …

Posted by nlaporte on Monday January 19
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Boys Varsity Basketball team nets 4th win in a row with 60-51 win over Pomfret School

The varsity basketball team traveled to Pomfret, CT to take on Pomfret's best team and beat them, jumping on them early with a full court press, gaining a 16-4 lead. Coach Ryan used the analogy that it was like when you go crabbing for blue crabs and you get a lot early but you still need a few …

Posted by nlaporte on Thursday January 15
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Boys J.V. comes up short in 51-42 loss to Mountainside Christian

The boys J.V. basketball team played after the girls game and suffered their first loss of the season (1-1). Scoring for the Owls was Yufu Wang, Pero Dzakic, Petar Djurdjevic, Scott Liu, and Andrew Ma.


Posted by nlaporte on Thursday January 15
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Girls Play Home Opener - lose to Mountainside Christian

The girls opened up their season on Tuesday as they played a very good Mountainside Christian team, losing 31-12. Coach Cochran said he was happy with how the girls played in the 2nd half, stating that the girls played a little nervous in the 1st half. Mavis Wu (4 pts.), Hannah Porcelli (3 pts.…

Posted by nlaporte on Thursday January 15
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Hockey Team travels to Canada to play in Stanstead Tournament

The hockey team departed to Canada on Thursday to play in a weekend tournament.

Stanstead College, the host team, beat the boys 6-2 on Friday morning. Wyoming Seminary shut us out, winning 6-0 in the afternoon.

The boys played to a 2-1 loss on Saturday vs St. Francis. Coach Colling …

Posted by nlaporte on Tuesday January 13
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Niles Competes in the Woodford Snow Shoe Invitational

London Niles '16 finished 10th in a field of 61 snow shoers on Sunday in Woodford, VT. London had a time of 29.15 in the 5K race. London's next meet will be in Richmond, MA on Jan. 18. London said that he had a refreshing run and the conditions were great as it felt good to compete.

Posted by nlaporte on Tuesday January 13
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Boys Varsity Basketball Wins 3rd in a Row

The basketball team picked up three big wins in three days as they sailed through their competition. Friday night they hosted Master's School from Dobbs Ferry, NY, and took care of business in their Harbor, dropping anchor on them with a 70-49 win. The Owls used a full court press to jump out …

Posted by nlaporte on Tuesday January 13
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Boys J.V. gets season underway with a 57-54 win over Grace Christian School

The boys J.V. opened up their season at home, playing an exciting game that came down to the wire as the Owls closed it out on top, 57-54. "It took a total team effort." Coach Thomson would say as eight different players got in the scoring column with Maxx leading the way with 22 points, …

Posted by nlaporte on Tuesday January 13
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Winter Sports Underway

All three basketball teams are now fully underway with the Boys Varsity getting ready to avenge an earlier season loss to Commonwealth Academy. They will travel to Springfield, MA on Wednesday.

The Girls Varsity and Boys J.V. teams are getting ready to play their season openers vs Mountainside…

Posted by nlaporte on Monday January 5
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Hockey Team brings in the New Year with a 4-1 win over Princeton Country Day

The hockey team hosted Princeton Country Day School from New Jersey on Saturday in North Adams, MA, and came away with a nice victory.

The boys got on the board about midway through the first period on the first of two goals by Adam Desgagnes. Eric LeBlanc and Brett McHale would score later. …

Posted by nlaporte on Monday January 5
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Hockey Team picks up first win with 2-1 victory over North Yarmouth Academy

The hockey team hit the road to play a pair of games on the weekend and came away with a 2-1 win vs NYA and a 2-1 loss vs New Hampton School.

The Owls (1-4-1) will host the National Sports Academy on Wednesday in Troy, NY at the Knickerbacker Arena at 3:00.

Posted by nlaporte on Tuesday December 9, 2014
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Boys Basketball Team falls short vs Commonwealth Academy, losing 82-78

After winning an exciting game on Wednesday vs Williams College J.V. 63-58, the Owls were on the short end of an 82-78 game on Friday vs Commonwealth Academy from Springfield, MA.

The Owls were leading most of the way. Foul shooting (17 for 35) and turnovers (14) proved to be the difference in…

Posted by nlaporte on Tuesday December 9, 2014
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