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Thunder basketball comes up short


The Coginchaug Thunder 6th grade boys travel basketball team traveled to Portland for a rematch from an earlier loss this season to wrap up the regular season.

The Thunder made a game of it for three quarters, but came up short in the fourth, dropping a 37-22 decision.

Justin Penney led the Thunder with five points, while Chris Onofrio and Devin Geoghegan added four points apiece, and Derek Grant three.

The Thunder’s next action will come in the Branford tournament.



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