NECC XC, soccer polls released

08/31/2016 06:40 AM EDT
BENNINGTON — The New England Collegiate Conference have the Southern Vermont College women's cross country team selected to finish in fourth place at this year's championship meet by votes from the league's coaches. SVC is led by head coach Kathleen Newton, who returns to the Mountaineers for her fourth season at the helm. 
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Panthers win sixth straight
08/31/2016 06:40 AM EDT - HOOSICK, N.Y. — Hoosick Falls won its sixth straight match to start the season, beating Waterford 5-0 at Hoosick Falls Country Club on Tuesday. Ryan Bloomer topped Patrick Dehler 5-4, while Mathew Smith beat Dominic Pontore 5-4. Connor Smith got past Chris Dehler 5-4, Hayden Smith won against Gavin Bodah 5-3 and Gavin Playotes won against Kyle VanSyckle 4-3. Full Story

With new squad, MAU aims to continue success
08/31/2016 06:41 AM EDT - BENNINGTON — After a pair of Final Four appearances in 2014 and 2015, the Mount Anthony boys soccer team look to continue its run of success, but they'll have to do it in 2016 after losing eight senior starters from last year's squad. "We've had 25 wins in the last two years. This is a great group of guys and there's big shoes to fill," said coach Mike Molloy. Full Story

SVC harriers tops in preseason poll
08/30/2016 07:02 AM EDT - BENNINGTON — Receiving six of the eight possible first-place votes, the Southern Vermont College men's cross country team was selected to win its third straight New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) Championship as announced Monday through the league's preseason poll. SVC fourth-year head coach Kathleen Newton entered the preseason with high hopes for her crew, thinking that her men's Full Story

Panthers drop opener to Stillwater
08/30/2016 07:02 AM EDT - HOOSICK, N.Y. — Hoosick Falls fell in their opener on Monday afternoon, 8-0, to Stillwater. The Warriors were led by Brody Cepiel's four goals and an assist. Grant Baker added a pair of goals and an assist, while Cooper Monost and Zach Rychcik each tallied. Hoosick Falls goalie Evan McCart had 12 saves, while Robbie Varvaro had five. Full Story

Youth movement is full speed ahead
08/30/2016 07:03 AM EDT - CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — After reaching the Section II, Class C semifinal last season, the youth movement at Cambridge that started a year ago continues at full force. The Indians have a solid senior core, but the strongest section is the junior and sophomore classes. Junior Miranda Seacord started the season on Monday against Berlin with four goals and an assist, while classmates Grace Snyder Full Story

  • Indians bust out to rout Berlin - 08/30/2016 07:03 AM EDT
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    (Charles Krupa — The Associated Press)
    Longoria's HR in 8th rallies Rays to 4-3 win over Red Sox

    BOSTON — Evan Longoria broke a tie with a solo homer in the eighth inning, clearing Fenway Park's "Green Monster" and rallying Tampa Bay to a 4-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday night. Full Story
    (Bob Leverone — The Associated Press)
    Mingo says Patriots opportunity is 'several years in making'

    FOXBOROUGH — It's no secret that Barkevious Mingo's career never truly took off in Cleveland. Full Story