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Lenox storms past rival Lee on Military Appreciation Night to get back in the win column

Boys congratulate a veteran

Andrew T. Fox is recognized for his service before the Lenox-Lee boys basketball game in Lenox on Monday night.

LENOX — Lenox has had trouble playing for a full 32 minutes this season. The Millionaires have stormed out of the gate, only to lag and fall behind in the second half, or vice versa.

But on Veterans Memorial Night, against rival Lee, the Millionaires not only stormed out of the gate but kept their foot on the gas, blowing by the Wildcats 67-42 to snap a five-game losing streak.


Jesse Kolodkin can be reached at jkolodkin@berkshireeagle.com or on Twitter @JesseKolodkin.

Sports Reporter

Jesse Kolodkin is a Berkshire Eagle sports reporter. He worked in the same position at The Bradford Era in western Pennsylvania and graduated from the University of Massachusetts with a degree in broadcast journalism. He is an avid New York Giants fan. He can be reached at jkolodkin@berkshireeagle.com or on Twitter @JesseKolodkin.

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