Cancellation doesn't damper celebration

Legacy, seniors honored after final home dual is called off
02/05/2016 11:04 PM EST
BENNINGTON >> Thanks to a snowstorm that just missed Vermont but slammed into Rhode Island and eastern Massachusetts, the annual Senior Night matchup between the Mount Anthony wrestling team and New England foe Bishop Hendricken was canceled with the Hawks stuck in traffic on the Massachusetts Turnpike. 
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MAU earns season sweep of BBA
02/05/2016 11:01 PM EST - MANCHESTER >> The Mount Anthony Union High School boys basketball continued its storied season on Friday night, defeating rival Burr and Burton Academy to complete the series sweep between the two programs. In the second matchup between the two teams, MAU fought off a hungry Bulldogs squad looking for an upset win, with a resilient 69-55 victory. Full Story

Panthers clinch second straight Wasaren crown
02/05/2016 10:55 PM EST - CLUMS CORNERS, N.Y. >> Three players finished in double figures as the Hoosick Falls girls basketball team clinched its second consecutive Wasaren League title over Tamarac on Friday night. Kelly Pine led the way with 14 points, while Anna Wysocki added 12 and Megan Flynn chipped in 10 for Hoosick, who improved to 13-1 in the league and 17-2 overall. Full Story

Eagles hang tough but can't keep up with MSJ
02/04/2016 10:26 PM EST - ARLINGTON >> The Arlington Memorial High School girls basketball team gave Mount St. Joseph everything they had in the tank on Thursday night but couldn't keep pace with the Mounties in second half and fell to a 54-20 loss. In the first half, the Eagles hung in tough with the number one team in Division IV. Full Story

MAU-BBA: Take Two
02/04/2016 10:26 PM EST - BENNINGTON >> Rivalry games are a great tradition in sports and the Mount Anthony Union High School and Burr and Burton Academy rivalry is a prime example. Just on Tuesday night, the MAU AND BBA girls put on an absolute classic, with MAU coming out victorious with a 65-61 victory over the Bulldogs. Full Story

Arlington boys come back to beat West Rutland
02/04/2016 10:26 PM EST - WEST RUTLAND >> The Arlington Memorial boys basketball team came back from a 16 point deficit to beat West Rutland, for their 13th win of the season. Down 22-6 with 4:40 to go in the second quarter, the Eagles went on a 13-2 run to end the quarter and went into halftime only down 24-19. In the third quarter, Arlington continued their strong play from the end of the first half, outscoring Full Story

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