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    (Geoff Smith — Bennington Banner)
    Patriots stay undefeated with win over Colonels

    MAU singles players carry the day as girls tennis moves to 6-0
    05/04/2015 10:04 PM EDT
    BENNINGTON >> The perfect season keeps rolling on. Playing at the Rec Center on Monday, the Mount Anthony Union High School girls tennis team topped Brattleboro, 5-2, to improve to 6-0 on the year. "Today was good," said MAU co-coach Steve Coggeshall. "I don't think I was expecting [Brattleboro] to be so good today. 
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    Roundup: MAU baseball crushes Mill River
    05/04/2015 09:54 PM EDT - NORTH CLARENDON >> The Mount Anthony Union High School baseball team picked up a big-time win over Mill River on Monday, 13-4. The Patriots, who dropped both games last year to the Minutemen, used a complete-game performance from Austin Condo to get the win. Condo struck out six on six hits. He gave up four runs, but only two were earned. Full Story

    Runners flock to Steve Zemianek Bennington Road Race
    05/03/2015 07:08 PM EDT - NORTH BENNINGTON >> The faces and names might change, but the result is always the same — people will come out to race the Steve Zemianek Bennington Road Race. The 37th edition of the 'Zem Benn' saw 176 runners and walkers take part in the 3.8 mile and 10 kilometer races, and an equal number of fans and bystanders out to enjoy a warm morning and afternoon. Full Story

    Roundup: Young sets new scoring mark in MAU boys lacrosse win
    05/03/2015 07:04 PM EDT - BENNINGTON >> Mount Anthony Union High School senior Damon Young set the new all-time goals scored mark for the boys lacrosse team as the Patriots rolled to a 15-3 win over Monument Mountain on Saturday. Young scored six goals to take his career tally 165 — one better than the previous mark — to move MAU to 5-2 on the year. Full Story

    Mount Anthony scores early, often to top BBA
    05/01/2015 10:00 PM EDT - MANCHESTER >> Mount Anthony's Carson Cushman led off Friday's game against Burr and Burton Academy with a innocent single to left field. By the time the game was done more than three hours later, the Patriots had 18 hits and 19 runs in a 19-6 rout over the rival Bulldogs. "I think a lot of the team feeds off the top of the order, it's important to stay up," said senior Shea Mooney. Full Story

    MAU boys tennis dominates Hartford
    05/01/2015 09:55 PM EDT - BENNINGTON >> After the Mount Anthony Union High School boys tennis team took the first set in the first three singles matches on Friday against Hartford, things looked pretty rosy. With the team already up 2-1 after forfeits — MAU gave up No. 5 singles, Hartford gave up both doubles matches — it looked like a quick match was on hand at the Rec Center. Full Story

  • Roundup: MAU softball brushes off BBA - 05/01/2015 09:55 PM EDT
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    Red Sox lose 4th in a row; Ramirez injured

    Rays start fast to get victory; left fielder sprains left shoulder running into wall
    BOSTON -- Jake Odorizzi pitched seven strong innings, Joey Butler hit his first career homer and Tampa Bay's offense perked up a bit in the Rays' 5-1 win over the Boston Red Sox on Monday night. Full Story
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    Agents: Darrelle Revis returns to Jets

    Cornerback won the Super Bowl with New England this past season
    Darrelle Revis is coming back to the New York Jets after winning the Super Bowl with the rival New England Patriots last season. Full Story
    Ainge, Celts looking to add to solid foundation

    WALTHAM (AP) -- Hall of Famers Kevin McHale and John Havlicek had some of their best years coming off the bench for the Boston Celtics. Full Story

    Police: New Jersey man adds gasoline, lighter fluid to cake

    MAYWOOD, N.J. (AP) — A northern New Jersey man lit his kitchen table on fire by trying to ignite a birthday cake that included lighter fluid and gasoline as ingredients. Full Story
    The top 10 audiobooks on Audible.com

    Audible.com best-sellers for week ending May 2, 2015: Fiction 1. Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury, narrated by Christian Rummel (Audible Studios) 2. Full Story