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Border Country Sports Blog-December 9th

Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Blog, I'm Keith Harrington.

Hartford Routs Argyle to Stay Perfect

The Hartford girls basketball team has gotten off to a quick start this season, rolling over three non-league opponents. Surely local rival and annual Adirondack League contender Argyle would give the Tanagers a test in their home gym. It looks like Hartford missed the memo.

Coach Jason Johnson's team jumped out a big early lead and went on to defeat Argyle 66-34 to remain perfect on the early season.

Hartford came out on fire, fashioning a 21-7 first quarter lead. The Tanagers then outscored Argyle 11-4 in the second to increase their advantage to 32-11.

Argyle played better in the third, but despite winning the quarter 12-11 they could not cut into the first half deficit.

A 22-11 fourth quarter by Hartford left no doubt about the result of this one.

Karlee Nims continued to close in on the 1,000 career point mark with a 26 point effort for the Tanagers. Gabbie McFarren added 12. Izzy French , Caillyn Severence, and Reaghan Liebig contributed eight points each.

Kylee Humiston led Argyle with 17 points.

Hartford is now 1-0, 4-0. Argyle is 0-1, 1-1.


Whitehall Girls Open with a Win

The Whitehall girls basketball team opened the season on a successful note as they went on the road and topped North Warren 49-29 in Adirondack League play.

The Railroaders gradually pulled away in this one. Whitehall led 14-5 after a quarter and 20-10 at the half.

The Cougars stayed within striking distance in the third, but a 17-9 fourth quarter put the game away for the Railroaders.

Madison Gould paced Whitehall with 15 points. Ashlyn Groesbeck added 10 points.

Nicole Buckman had 14 points to lead North Warren.

Whitehall is 1-0, 1-0 on the season.


Granville Edges in Whitehall on the Mats

The Granville-Fort Ann wrestling team won their second match of the season with a hard fought 42-30 victory over rival Whitehall in their home gym

This match came down to the two heavyweight classes. At 285 Dylan Procella of Granville-Fort Ann pinned Noah Desantis, 2:24 . At 215 Granville-Fort Ann's Brent Perry pinned Jonathan Martindale in 57 seconds.

Quinn Johnson at 126, Thomas McMahon at 138, Zachariah Wilson at 145 and Gabriel St. Martin at 152 also earned wins for Granville-Fort Ann.

Allen Beauleau at 118 and Sawyer Ostrander at 160 picked up wins for the Railroaders.

Nick Crum picked up a forfeit win for Granville-Fort An.

Troy Austin, Dylan Godron and Matt Ingerson won by forfeit for Whitehall.

Granville-Fort Ann is 2-0. Whitehall is 0-2.


High School Bowling

Hadley-Luzerne 3 Lake George 1


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With the Border Country Sports Blog, I'm Keith Harrington.

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