Valley rout Granville girls

G ranville was held to single-digit scoring in every quarter on Jan. 28 as the one-loss Hoosic Valley Indians dominated in a 62-20 Wasaren League contest.

Emily Fuller was held under 10 points for the only time this season and no other Horde player reached double-digit scoring in the loss. Fuller scored six points along with Meghan O’Brien and Hunter Bassett. Alyssa Scott and Heather Chapman also scored for Granville. The Horde fell to 4-5 in the league and 5-7 overall. The Indians are 9-1, 12-2 overall.

Hoosic Valley                            14 21 16 11 – 62

Granville                                     6 4 5 5 – 20



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