LYNDON CENTER -- The Lyndon Institute girls basketball team improved to 3-0 on the season Tuesday night, as the Vikings upended Lake Region, 46-37.

Lyndon jumped out to an early 14-4 lead after one quarter, and were able to hold on to that lead for the balance of the game.

Krista Billings paced the Vikings offense with 22 points with Katy Newland chipping in with 12 points.

Chrisine Bathalon topped the Rangers offense with 12 points.

quot;We played just well enough to win,quot; said LI coach Roxanne Courser.

LI (3-0) will play at Montpelier on Thursday night at 7:30 p.m.

Lake Region 37

Gauge 1-1-3; Bennett 1-4-6; Morley 3-0-6; Lafleur 2-1-5; Aldrich 0-3-3; Bathalon 6-0-12; Poirier 1-0-2; Totals 14-9-37

LI 46

K.Newland 4-4-12; Wheeler 1-0-2; Day 1-0-2; M.Newland 2-0-4; Drew 1-0-2; Billings 8-6-22; Miller 1-0-2; Totals 18-10-46

LR 4 11 8 14 - 37

LI 14 10 9 13 - 46

3-pointers: none

Fouled Out: none

Record: LI 3-0

Referees: Marvin Pritchard, Rosie Chaloux

lt;bgt;Groveton 88, Stratford 20lt;/bgt;

GROVETON -- The Groveton Eagles had 14 players score as they pummeled visiting Stratford by an 88-20 final on Tuesday night.

Melissa Riley posted 14 points to lead Groveton while Amanda Connary and Monique Brassard each had 12 and Ashley Woodard added 10.

quot;We came out with some intensity and shot the ball extremely well,quot; said Eagles coach Gary Jeness. quot;It was nice to see 14 players score.quot;

Groveton (3-1) will be at home on Friday as they take on Lin-Wood at 5:30 p.m.

Stratford 20

Ramsey 2-0-4; Walling 2-0-4; Marshall 1-0-2; Noyes 1-0-2; Haynes 1-0-2; L Walling 3-0-6; Totals 10-0-20

Groveton 88

Paradis 3-0-6; Brassard 6-0-12; Hickey 2-0-5; Collins 4-0-8; Kennett 2-0-4; Landry 1-0-2; Paquette 2-0-4; Fogg 1-0-2; Bailey 2-1-5; Riley 6-2-14; Connary 6-0-12; Woodard 5-0-10; A. Meunier 1-0-2; C. Meunier 1-0-2; Totals 42-3-88

Stratford 4 2 6 8 - 20

Groveton 25 22 24 17 - 88

3-pointers: Groveton - Hickey

Fouled Out: none

Records: Stratford 0-4; Groveton 3-1

lt;bgt;Rivendell 83, Concord 31lt;/bgt;

ORFORD, N.H. - Rivendell had four players net double figures, as they routed Concord, 83-31.

Britnay Mace scored a game high 25 points for Rivendell. Also netting double figures were Jenn Carter (14), Molly Tullar (12) and Kelly MacDonald (12).

Mindy Morehouse topped the Wildcats offense with nine points.

quot;We#039;re still learning and working hard,quot; said CHS coach Paul Remick.

Concord (1-2) is back in action on Saturday when they travel to Whitcomb for a 2:30 p.m. game.

Concord 31

Morehouse 3-3-9; B.Braley 1-0-2; H.Young 0-0-0; Aremburg 0-0-0; Welch 3-2-8; Gunnip 0-0-0; Barry 0-1-1; Fournier 2-1-5; Aldrich 0-0-0; L.Braley 0-4-4; Fisher 0-0-0; Frechette 1-0-2; Totals 10-11-31

Rivendell 83

Tullar 4-4-12; MacDonald 5-2-12, Messer 1-1-3; McGoff 0-0-0; Gulick 2-1-5; Mitchel 3-0-6; Ordway 1-0-2; Mace 12-1-25; Thurston 1-2-4; Carter 6-2-14; Total 35-13-83

Concord 6 10 7 8 - 31

Rivendell 21 21 21 20 - 83

3-pointers: none

Foul Out: none

Record: Concord 1-2

lt;bgt;NCU 44, Missisquoi 13lt;/bgt;

NEWPORT -- Meghan Gyles recorded 18 points and Katie Benware added 10 to help North Country tear their way past Missisquoi 44-13.

quot;We tried to use this game to sharpen our skills and stay focused,quot; said Falcons coach Julie Corliss.

NCU (4-1) will host Middlebury at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Missisquoi 13

Christianson 0-0-0; Parent 0-0-0; Martell 1-0-2; Gates 0-1-1-; Bourbeau 0-0-0; Dufresne 0-1-1; Jettie 0-0-0; Denault 0-0-0; Menard 1-0-3; McGwire 0-0-0; Turner 2-2-6; Totals 4-4-13

NCU 44

Stanley 0-0-0; Degre 1-1-3; Kennison 2-0-5; Wright 0-0-0; Bathalon 1-0-2; Gyles 7-4-18; Benware 4-2-10; Donnellan 0-0-0; Maxwell 1-4-6; Totals 16-11-44

Missisquoi 3 2 7 1 - 13

NCU 13 16 11 4 - 44

3-pointers: Missisquoi - Menard; NCU - Kennison

Fouled Out: Missisquoi - Turner

Record: NCU 4-1

lt;bgt;Littleton 67, Woodsville 61lt;/bgt;

WOODSVILLE -- Littleton edged Woodsville 67-61 for their third victory of the season while the Engineers fall to 1-5 on the year.

Kate Ramsey led all scorers with 23 points for Littleton while Liz Donnelly added 12, Jillian Wante 11 and Stephanie Bisson 10.

quot;I thought Jill Wante made some critical shots and ran the point very well for us,quot; said Crusader coach Ron Bartholomew. quot;Brooke Laflamme played very good defense and rebounded the ball well in the second half.quot;

Woodsville was led by Sam Libby#039;s 18 points and Krista Bernard#039;s 16.

LHS (3-1) will host Winnisquam on Friday at 7 p.m.

Littleton 67

Wante 4-3-11; Laflamme 3-0-6; Donnelly 4-4-12; Bisson 4-2-10; Ramsey 7-8-23; Spaulding 1-0-2; McCabe 1-1-3; Totals 24-18-67

Woodsville 61

Fortier 3-4-10; Carle 1-3-5; Libby 8-2-18; Pushee 4-1-9; Labbs 1-0-2; Bernard 8-0-16; Belyea 0-1-1; Totals 25-10-61

Littleton 18 11 22 16 - 67

Woodsville 13 11 19 18 - 61

3-pointers: LHS - Ramsey

Fouled Out: Woodsville - Carle, Belyea, Pushee

Records: LHS 3-1; WHS 1-5

lt;bgt;Danville 71, Richford 32lt;/bgt;

DANVILLE -- Danville posted a 71-32 victory at home despite a 17-point performance from Richford#039;s Alicia Kinney.

Emily Hoffer and Lauren Bertolini added 13 and 10 points for the Indians in the win.

quot;We came out strong and we had 20 assists as a team. Overall it was a very good team effort,quot; said Danville coach Tammy Rainville.

Danville (3-1) will be at home on Thursday against Northfield at 7:30 p.m.

Danville 71

S.Melendy 0-0-0; Calkins 3-2-8; Woods 2-0-4; Coutu 3-0-6; Bertolini 4-2-10; Lazerick 0-0-0; Therrien 2-0-4; A.Melendy 4-1-9; Hoffer 6-1-13; Gadapee 1-0-2; Larrabee 2-1-5; Wakefield 2-0-4; Sicard 3-0-6; Totals 32-7-71

Richford 32

Mantel 1-3-5; Fuller 1-0-2; Doe 0-0-0; Peters 1-0-2; Cariviere 0-0-0; Choquatte 1-0-2; Hickey 0-0-0; Kinney 6-5-17; Longley 1-0-2; McAllister 1-0-2; Coblorbe 0-0-0; Totals 12-8-32

Danville 23 22 13 13 - 71

Richford 2 6 12 12 - 32

3-pointers: none

Fouled Out: Danville - A. Melendy

Records: Danville 3-1; Richford 1-6

Boys Basketball

lt;bgt;LI 60, Stowe 58lt;/bgt;

STOWE, Vt. - LI outscored Stowe by 11 points in the third quarter and then held on to edge the Raiders, 60-58.

Mike Miller, who scored 15 second half points paced the Vikings with 17 points. Lyndon also got 16 points off the hands of Keith Dwyer.

Stowe#039;s C.J. Minton was the game#039;s top scorer with 19 points, with Jordan Carrell netting 16.

quot;It was an up and down game,quot; said LI coach Dick Therrien. quot;We struggled in the first half with a lot of turnovers. In the third quarter we took over the boards which changed the complexion of the game.quot;

The Vikings (3-0) host Thetford on Thursday at 7:45 p.m.

LI 60

Leithead 3-2-8; True 0-0-0; Robinson 0-2-2; Miller 5-7-17; Wells 1-2-4; Cassady 4-1-9; Seguin 0-0-0; Tang 1-0-2; Ryan 1-0-2; Cole 0-0-0; Pulm 0-0-0; Dwyer 8-0-16; Totals 23-14-60

Stowe 58

Boyea 1-0-2; Purcy 0-1-1; C.J. Minton 7-1-19; Hodge 2-0-5; Boyeau 2-0-4; Biship 1-0-3; Grant 1-0-2; Carrell 6-4-16, Sgatas 3-0-6; Totals 23-6-58

LI 10 14 20 16 - 60

Stowe 14 11 9 24 - 58

3-Pointers: Stowe - Minton 4, Hodge, Biship

Fouled Out: Stowe - Biship

Records: Stowe 1-2, LI 3-0

lt;bgt;Groveton 92, Stratford 15lt;/bgt;

GROVETON -- Dagan Cloutier posted 14 points and Adam Pelletier 11 to lead Groveton over Stratford 92-15 on Tuesday night.

quot;The Stratford kids played very hard but they#039;re undermanned,quot; said Eagles coach Mark Collins.

Groveton (3-0) will host Lin-Wood on Friday at 7 p.m.

Stratford 15

Lavoire 1-1-3; Kennett 1-0-2; Stinson 1-0-2; Hand 1-0-2; Boulanger 2-0-4; Gagne 1-0-2; Totals 7-1-15

Groveton 92

Keddy 1-0-2; Chumack 1-0-2; Kennison 3-0-6; Cloutier 7-0-14; N. Perras 3-0-7; Shannon 5-0-10; D. Kennison 1-0-2; B. Perras 3-0-7; Reynolds 0-3-3; Pelletier 4-0-11; Brassard 1-0-2; McVetty 4-0-8; Dingman 3-0-6; Hibbard 2-0-4; Landers 4-0-8; Totals 42-3-92

Stratford 3 0 8 4 - 15

Groveton 27 29 13 23 - 92

3-pointers: Groveton - Pelletier 3, B.Perras, N.Perras

Fouled Out: none

Records: Stratford 0-3; Groveton 3-0

lt;bgt;Hazen 63, Fairfax 51lt;/bgt;

HARDWICK -- Josh Ainsworth led Hazen to a 63-51 victory over Fairfax as he scored17 points in the winning effort.

Chris Campbell and Dylan Barton each added 12 points for the Wildcats.

quot;We did a real nice job of going inside and making our foul shots when they put us on the line,quot; said Hazen coach Aaron Hill.

Hazen (1-2) will play at Peoples on Dec. 19 at 7:30 p.m.

Fairfax 51

Gillian 1-0-2; Cota 2-1-5; Lynch 6-0-13; Sucher 2-0-5; Tucker 2-1-5; Parent 1-7-9; Mariott 4-3-12; Totals 18-12-51

Hazen 63

Donahue 0-1-1; Barton 4-3-12; Hodgdon 1-4-6; Drown 0-0-0; Campbell 4-3-12; Maynard 0-0-0; McCoy 1-6-8; Welcome 3-2-8; Ainsworth 6-5-17; Totals 19-23-63

Fairfax 2 16 19 14 - 51

Hazen 16 13 16 18 - 63

3-pointers: Hazen - Barton, Campbell; Fairfax - Lynch, Soucher, Mariott

Fouled Out: Fairfax - Lynch

Records: Fairfax 0-2; Hazen 1-2

lt;bgt;Men#039;s Basketball

Johnson State 98, LSC 56lt;/bgt;

LYNDON CENTER -- Johnson State College cruised past Lyndon State by a 98-56 final behind 28 points from Pat Glover.

Tom Witts and Dave Andruss had 14 points each to lead the Hornets.

quot;We didn#039;t rival their intensity and we let their defense dictate what we wanted to do offensively,quot; said LSC coach Eric Berry. quot;We lost our composure and our inexperience showed.quot;

Johnston State 98

Easter 0-1-1; Godfrey 3-2-8; Allen 1-1-4; Downs 4-1-9; Sealy 1-0-3; White 1-0-3; Sweeney 0-0-0; Tulley 3-8-14; Dunbro 1-0-2; Stegman 5-0-14; Demothe 1-0-2; White 1-0-2; Glover 10-4-28; Zolotos 2-0-6; Kraywsky 1-0-2; Totals 34-17-98

LSC 56

Rogers 1-0-2; Morehouse 0-1-1; Brown 3-1-7; Chester 0-3-3; Holden 0-0-0; Camp 1-0-3; Rose 4-0-8; Andruss 5-4-14; Leandy 1-3-5; Witts 6-2-14; Totals 21-14-57

Halftime Score: Johnson 53 - LSC 24

3-pointers: Johnson - Downs, Sealy, White, Stegman 4, Glover 4, Zolotos 2; LSC - Camp

Fouled Out: Johnson - White

Record: LSC 4-6; Conference 0-1

lt;bgt;Women#039;s Basketball

Johnson State 53, LSC 42lt;/bgt;

LYNDON CENTER -- Tiffany Corey scored a game-high 18 points to pace Johnson State over LSC 53-42 on Tuesday night.

Rachel Maxwell had 13 points to lead the Hornets.

quot;We got off to a real poor start and Johnson shot very well in the first half,quot; said LSC coach Dave Mellor.

LSC (3-6) will be at Mt. Aloysius on Jan. 5 at 6 p.m.

Johnson State 53

Parker 4-4-14; Brough 1-0-2; Beauregard 1-0-3; Brown 0-0-0; Corey 8-2-18; West 6-1-14; Butler 0-2-2; Totals 20-9-53

LSC 42

Dickinson 2-4-9; Bartlett 1-0-2; Martin 0-0-0; Gagnon 2-2-6; Krumm 0-0-0; LeBlanc 0-0-0; Kangas 2-0-4; Golden 0-0-0; Knight 0-0-0; Maxwell 5-3-13; Powell 4-0-8; Totals 16-9-42

Halftime Score: Johnson State 37 - LSC 17

3-pointers: LSC - Dickinson; Johnson - Parker 2, Beauregard, West

Fouled Out: none

Record: LSC 3-6

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