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BVT Girls Hoops Enter Tourney After Voke Final Trip

The Blackstone Valley Tech girls basketball team will head into the Central Mass tournament with some positive vibes after a jam-packed vacation week during which head coach Britt Kahler said her team showed signs of playing their best basketball of the season.
"It was a tough week and I want to complain because we had no vacation, we played four games, but actually this week has been so big for us." Kahler said. "I can see the team coming together and all of a
sudden, it seemed liked it clicked. They are playing well together and working hard."
The Beavers played games Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday over vacation week, competing in tournaments in Maynard as well as the state vocational tournament. BVT finished 2-2, scoring a win over Greater Lawrence in the state voke semifinals before falling to Monty Tech in the title game.
Victoria Russian, a junior, put together another big game in the win over Lawrence, pouring in 24 points to go with 12 rebounds and three steals. Against Maynard, when
the opponent keyed in on stopping Russian, fellow junior Gabby Muscatell stepped in with 16 points and 12 rebounds.
Kahler described the Many Tech game, a 51-40 setback, as a "total team effort," but highlighted the defensive play of senior Alyssa Clark. "She had a great game and has been one of our hardest workers," Kahler said. "She was out with a concussion for a while and we weren't sure if she was going to come back, but she did and she has been huge for us. Her energy on the court is just contagious."
The Beavers enter the Central Mass
districts with a 14-7 overall record. The team's 7-3 mark in Colonial Athlete League play trailed only Monty Tech. Valley
Tech's first tournament game was set for Wednesday against Parker Charter, a team the Beavers had beaten during the regular season.
Kahler said the biggest difference between her team then and now is how
it is executing on defense. "It starts with defense and we have been up and down defensively all season," she said. "Part of it is communication, but it's also better intensity. We are much more intense on defense."




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