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Eagles Win at Cape Ann Savings Bank Holiday Basketball Tournament

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  A spate of defensive pressure during a key stretch combined with hot shooting from the perimeter by Mystic Valley Regional Charter School (MVRCS) hurt Boston United in a 38-12 win for the Eagles on Tuesday. Mystic Valley’s Bailey DeLeire gave her team 12 points. Breana Nansamba’s 10 points put Mystic Valley up, and Abby Ssewankambo’s three points also pushed the lead. JoJo Tu and Rachel Nortelus capped 3 points as well to make the score 38-0 at the end of the third quarter. After the defense blocking points the entire game, Boston United fought to the end, scoring 12 points in the 4th and final quarter, ending the game at 38-12 and bringing Mystic Valley’s overall season record to 1-3.

  Mystic Valley jumped out to an early lead with tough defense and top-notch offensive ball movement to take its second win of the tournament against Rockport on Wednesday. The Eagles’ defense never let up nor did their ball movement, effectively sealing the win. Sophomore Bailey DeLeire lead all scorers in the game with 22 points. Junior Breana Nansamba was one point away from double figures, scoring 9 points to go with 15 rebounds. Junior Aya Abbassi also had a big game, hauling in 13 rebounds. The scoring was rounded out by freshman Katie Guo with 4 points and Junior Rachel Nortelus with 2 points. Mystic Valley’s bench scored 37 total points, and despite getting in foul trouble early in the first half, ended the game with a score of 37-20, bringing their overall season record to 2-3.

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