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Arlington's Jared Lacoste drives to the basket in a game earlier this season.

LUDLOW >> The Arlington boys basketball team pulled away from Black River in the fourth quarter of a 67-36 victory on Tuesday.

Ahead 33-19 at the half, the Eagles outscored Black River 20-4 in the final eight minutes.

Keyshawn King led Arlington with 15 points, while Nathan Mattison added 14. Austin Hawley and Jared Lacoste nine apiece and Brandon Gamble chipped in eight.

Arlington is 8-3 on the year.

Eagles crush Blue Mountain

ARLINGTON >> Five players finished in double figures as Arlington routed Blue Mountain on Saturday night.

Austin Hawley led the way with 22 points, including six 3-pointers as Arlington hit 11 overall. Brandon Gamble added 14, Jared Lacoste had 13 and Darren Golden pitched in with 10. Keyshawn King also had 10 as the Eagles led by 24 at halftime.

Proctor tops Arlington

PROCTOR >> The Arlington boys basketball team lost their second straight game with a 79-34 defeat at the hands of Proctor.

Junior Darren Golden had a team-high nine points in the loss for Arlington.

Freshman Jack Lane had six points in the third loss of the season for the Eagles as well.

Eagles fall to Proctor

PROCTOR >> On a night when Proctor's Abby McKearin scored her 1,000th point, the Arlington girls basketball team fell 42-20 to the Phantoms.

McKearin hit a three for her milestone, part of a 19-point night to lead all scorers.

Arlington coach Larry Andrews said despite the loss, it was one of his team's best defensive efforts of the season.


Riley Lane and Xandria Hoyt had six apiece to lead the Eagles, who drop to 5-8 and host West Rutland on Monday.

Arlington girls beat Black River

ARLINGTON >> Xandria Hoyt scored 14 points, including 10-of-13 from the foul line, in Arlington's 45-34 victory over Black River on Saturday.

The Eagles, who went 18-for-33 overall from the line, were ahead by 10 early in the third quarter before the Presidents pulled within a point. But Arlington hit most of its free throws down the stretch to pull away.

Riley Lane tied for high-scorer with 14 points, including eight in the first half. Michelle O'Shea also reached double figures with 10 in one of her best games of the year.

Arlington girls basketball team falls to MSJ

RUTLAND >> The Arlington Memorial girls basketball team dropped their last game of their three-game road trip on Wednesday night, in a 57-17 loss to Mount Saint Joseph Academy.

Junior Jamie Keel had a team-high four points on the night for Arlington.