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Hot stretch for Coginchaug girls

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After a season-opening loss at Kolbe Cathedral, the Coginchaug girls had better success, with wins at Hale-Ray and Valley, and at home against Hyde and Granby Memorial.

On Dec. 20, the girls traveled to Hale-Ray, where they prevailed by a count of 48-35.

Morgan Kuehnle scored 11 to lead the way, with Naomi Rinaldo adding eight, Boo Luther seven and Kim Romanoff and Audrey Arcari six points apiece.

Kuehnle pulled in 10 rebounds for the double-double.

Caryn Sibiskie had seven boards.

Romanoff led the team in steals, with six, while Kuehnle had five takeaways.

Luther had a team-high five assists.

Coginchaug hosted Hyde Dec. 21 and came away with a convincing 55-25 win.

Kuehnle hauled in an impressive 21 rebounds in the rout.

On Dec. 23, the girls traveled to Valley Regional and produced a 45-35 win.

Sibiskie had a big game, grabbing seven rebounds and making five steals.

The Devils hosted Granby Memorial Dec. 28 and prevailed 46-33.

Romanoff led the way with 14 points. She added four assists and three steals.

Sibiskie (4 blocks, 3 rebounds) and Rinaldo (3 assists) contributed eight points apiece, while Kuehnle had five points and five rebounds, and Arcari added five rebounds, three steals and three points.



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