On Dec. 18, the Devils hosted the Howling Wolves of Hyde and came away with a loss, as Hyde scored the winning basket at the buzzer for a 46-44 victory.
Devin Rodrigue led Coginchaug with 13 points. Conor Doyle added 10 points. Cam Powers netted seven.
On Dec. 21, the boys traveled to Hale-Ray, where they defeated the Noises 58-46.
Rodrigue again led the Devils in scoring, with 19. Powers had 11, Doyle 10 and Alex Markoski nine points. Zach Terrill chipped in with seven for the victors.
On Dec. 23, the boys travelled to Windsor Locks where a solid effort saw them come away with a 58-47 win.
The Devils had what looked like a safe 47-25 lead, but over a four-minute span, they had eight turnovers, and no attempts from the field, as Windsor Locks made it a 49-45 game with a 20-2 run.
But Coginchaug righted the ship over the final three minutes of action, going seven-for-12 from the line, and ending the game with a 9-2 spurt.
Rodrigue and Doyle had 18 points apiece and pulled down 12 and nine rebounds, respectively.
Markoski added 10 points. Terrill had seven points and seven rebounds.
Rodrigue led the team in assists, with four. Powers dished out three assists and had three steals.
Jack Granger had a team-high four steals.
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