Border Country Sports Report-February 24th

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Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I’m Keith Harrington.

Hoosic Valley Eliminates Warrensburg

Hoosic Valley ended Warrensburg’s season, eliminating the Burghers 69-32 in the Section II Class C boys basketball quarterfinals at Hudson Valley Community College.

Dem Neary scored 15 points to leasd the Hawks. Gabe Coffin chipped in 13.

Steve Schloss led the Burghers with 14 points.

Hoosic Valley will now meet top-seeded Maple Hill in the semifinals on Monday at Cool Insuring Arena.

Warrensburg ends the season 15-7.

Locals Advance at State Wrestling Tournament

The first day of the New York State Wrestling Championships are in the books at MVP Arena in Albany, and a few local wrestlers have advanced to today’s semifinal round.

Brothers Jesse and Justin Mullis advanced to the semifinals in their respective weight classes.

Jesse Mullis moved on to the semifinals in the 190-pound weight class. Justin Mullis is in the final four at 131 pounds.

Salem-Cambridge’s Luke LeBlanc at 108 pounds and Zach Olden of Warrensburg-Lake George at 138 are scheduled to compete in the wrestle backs today.

Salem-Cambridge’s Jonah Stevens at 101 and Granville’s Jaxon Torres at 152 both went 1-2 on Friday.

Chad Monty of Whitehall at 190 and Cameron Carpenter of Warrensburg-Lake George at 108 both went 0-2.

Fair Haven Falls in Division II Quarterfinals

Fair Haven’s goal to return to the Barre Auditorium came up short as the No. 5 Slaters fell to No. 4 North Country Friday night in the Vermont Division II quarterfinals.

Hayden Chilafoux led North Country with 35 points. Brayden Pepin contributed 15 points, and Hayden Boivin 11.

Phil Bean netted 21 points for the Slaters. Joe Buxton chipped in 16.

Fair Haven finishes the season 13-9.