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Youth basketball: Thunder rebound


The Coginchaug Thunder 6th grade boys travel basketball team had another one win, one loss weekend at home at Strong School.

The boys dropped a tough one to Portland, 39-33, after falling behind by as many as 14 points. The locals cut their deficit to one at 34-33, but couldn’t get over the hump.

Justin Penney led the Thunder with eight points, while Chris Onofrio added seven and Derek Grant chipped in with six.

Coginchaug rebounded to defeat North Haven, 49-34, in an all-around solid effort.

Grant led the victors with 10 points, Penney added nine, and Blake Courchesne netted six.



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