Camden’s Noah Tuttle goes to the basket against Gates, in Camden, Saturday.

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Camden’s Noah Tuttle goes to the basket against Gates, in Camden, Saturday.

Back on the Court: Bruins overcome rust to top Gates

“When we got it to the low post and got to the free-throw line, good things happened. When we got it to the big fella (Cooley), good things happened. But when we get up eight or nine, we’ve got to stretch it.”


Mark Harnly
Camden coach

By Jimmy LaRoue

The Daily Advance

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CAMDEN — Having not played for more than a week and out of school for the previous three days due to the weather, Camden coach Mark Harnly figured his team would exhibit signs of rust.

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