WOODSVILLE — With no more than five six points separating them throughout, a key 10-point swing early in the fourth quarter was a key difference as the Woodsville Engineers slipped past Blue Mountain Union 56-52 Monday night in a makeup from Friday’s postponement.

It was a cracking game, with the Bucks making six of their eight 3-pointers in the first half in leading for most of the first half. A putback late in the second quarter by WHS sophomore Elijah Flocke (game-high 13 points) tied the game at 24, one of deadlocks in the first half that concluded with the Bucks up 40-39.

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