TA News

Panthers Not Tired of Winning

It’s been a great week for the Panthers! The girls basketball team faced off v. Hartford last Friday night at home, earning their fourth straight victory of the season with a 73-24 win. Junior Addie Cadwell led the scoring with 17 points, followed by Charlize Brown with 14, Kelsey Bogie 13, and Taylor West 11. Whitney Lewis also scored in the double-digits with 10 points.

On Monday, the girls traveled to Oxbow for another decisive 80-39 win against the Olympians. From the Valley News: “The Panthers ran a full-court press to perfection and converted turnovers into easy baskets.” Kelsey Bogie led the scoring with 28 points. The girls travel to Lamoille on Thursday.

The boys basketball team played at home last night v. Hazen, eking out a hard-earned win over the Wildcats (47-44). The Wildcats’ loss was the first of the season for the Division III defending champions. The boys are at home Friday, Jan. 13 v. Peoples.

TA’s indoor track team had their second meet of the season in Norwich. Coach Buttrey summed it up: “The TA Indoor Track Team competed in the friendly confines of Norwich University’s Krautzberg Arena today, and the results were fantastic! Both the girls and the boys rocked it, two athletes got their names etched onto the record board, and there were P.R.’s out the wazoo!”

Some highlights: Sophomore Ava Hayden took first in the 1000 meters and second in the 1500, Ulysses Junker-Boyce earned first place in the long jump, with Evan Rich earning 4th place. Junior Ben Mattern placed second in the 1500. The girls finished third overall (and second among D-II schools), and the boys were fourth (and third among D-II schools). This Friday and Saturday, you can find the indoor T & F team at the Dartmouth Relays.



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