Elwell's career night leads Eagles

BELLOWS FALLS -- Arlington Memorial High School sophomore Molly Elwell set a career-high with 28 points, including eight 3-pointers, as she led the Eagles to a 65-49 win over Bellows Falls on Monday night.

Elwell scored two 2-point field goals in the first quarter and hit nothing but threes the rest of the night. She also added five assists.

"It was one of those nights when the basket looked pretty large," said Arlington (10-7) coach Larry Andrews. "But she never forced anything."

Senior Rayleen Sherman added 16 points and Julia LaCoste had 10 for the Eagles, who travel to Green Mountain today.

Local skiers compete at under-16 championships

KILLINGTON -- Mount Anthony Union High School sophomore Jessie Kuzmicki finished 10th at the latest Vermont Alpine Racing Association's U16 championships.

Kuzmicki, skiing under the Mount Snow Training Center banner, finished in 1 minute, 38.09 seconds overall. She was 13th in her first run, then backed it up with a 14th place finish in the second.

Burr and Burton Academy skier Sanderson Kemp, also racing for MSTC, was fifth overall in 1:37.27.

Arlington playoff tickets

ARLINGTON -- On Wednesday, the Arlington Memorial High School boys basketball team will play Chelsea at 7 p.m. Spectator admission costs are adults $5, senior citizens $4, and students $4. Members of the Pep Band do not have to pay, but all other student spectators must pay the admission price. Regular season passes cannot be used for this game.


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