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Patriot defense strong in win over Bratt

Group holds Colonels scoreless for 32 minutes
05/24/2016 06:43 AM EDT
BENNINGTON — Tied halfway through the first half of its game against Brattleboro on Monday, the Mount Anthony girls lacrosse team needed a spark and they got one — from their defense. Stellar play from the Patriots' back line and goalie Carly Plaisance kept the Colonels off the scoreboard for more than a half-hour of game time, allowing the offense to score eight straight goals en 
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Patriots' softball keeps on rolling with win over Springfield
05/24/2016 06:43 AM EDT - BENNINGTON — Their streak of scoring 10 or more runs in eight consecutive games came to an end on Monday, but that didn't phase Mount Anthony in the slightest. The Patriots used stellar pitching and timely hitting instead to garner a dominating 6-1 victory over Springfield to extend its winning streak to 11 straight Starting things off for the Patriots was starting pitcher Taylor Full Story

Mount Anthony boys lacrosse wins fourth straight
05/24/2016 06:44 AM EDT - BENNINGTON — On paper, it looked like a rout in the making, but Mount Anthony boys lacrosse coach Mark Lange made sure his team came in focused against D-III opponent Otter Valley on Monday. "You have to take everyone tough, so I'm glad they came in focused," Lange said. "They did that and I'm proud of them. Full Story

Roundup: Patriots unable to hold off Hartford in loss
05/24/2016 06:42 AM EDT - WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — The Mount Anthony baseball team allowed eight runs in the final three innings of an 8-1 loss to Hartford on Monday. Ryan O'Neill pitched 5 1-3 innings in the loss for MAU, with only four of the eight Hartford runs earned. Noah Normyle knocked in the lone Patriot run of the day on a RBI single that gave MAU the lead in the first. Full Story

Bulldogs slip past Greylock
05/23/2016 04:52 AM EDT - MANCHESTER — The Burr and Burton girls lacrosse team won its sixth game in a row on Saturday, holding on for an 11-10 victory at Taylor Field. BBA led 8-5 at the half, but with 10 minutes left, Mount Greylock took the lead. But the Bulldogs struck back in the final minutes, the tying goal and then Jessie Forstmann's winning goal with about 90 seconds left. Full Story

Cambridge advances past Hoosick Falls
05/23/2016 04:53 AM EDT - CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — The Cambridge boys lacrosse team came together at halftime of its Class C quarterfinal against Hoosick Falls on Saturday with the game tied. According to Cambridge coach Tom Pillsworth, 90 percent of the conversation was about defense. "If they are doing their job, they get the ball back to the offensive guys and we can score," Pillsworth said. Full Story

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    (Steven Senne — The Associated Press)
    Ortiz gets 4 hits, Bradley's streak at 27, Bosox top Indians

    Big Papi finishes a triple short of the cycle as Boston 10 games over .500
    BOSTON — David Ortiz's last hit wound up being a souvenir. Many in the crowd at Fenway Park wished the ball had stayed on the field. Full Story
    PATRIOTS
    (Steven Senne — The Associated Press)
    Still plenty of air in 'Deflategate' court case

    Brady's lawyers have asked a federal appeals court for a new hearing
    NEW YORK — Tom Brady's lawyers asked a federal appeals court for a new hearing before an expanded panel of judges, telling them on Monday that it is not just a silly dispute over underinflated footballs — it's the basic right to a fair process that is shared by all union workers. Full Story
    CELTICS
    Celtics fail in lottery

    For years, the NBA draft lottery has been toying with the Celtics' emotions. And that didn't stop Tuesday night. Full Story




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    Update: Bill Cosby ordered to stand trial for sexual assault

    Bill Cosby was denied Monday by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in his bid to have sexual assault charges dismissed, will go back to court July 20.