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Long Trail edges Eagles in opening round

Lions, MSJ to face off in championship
09/26/2016 10:31 PM EDT
ARLINGTON >> All five goals in the opening round of the John Werner Tournament game between hosts Arlington and Long Trail School were scored in a 14-minute stretch between the end of the first and beginning of the second half. The other 65 minutes were part of an entertaining tournament opener as Long Trail edged the Eagles, 3-2, on Monday night at the newly-dedicated Werner Field. 
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Relentless pursuit fuels Panthers in win
09/26/2016 10:31 PM EDT - HOOSICK, N.Y. >> With relentless pursuit and aggressive play offensively, the Hoosick Falls girls soccer team put together a solid 4-2 victory over Hoosic Valley on Monday afternoon. The Panthers wasted no time going offensively to begin the game, catching a bit of luck when Taylor Mann's shot bounced off a Hoosic Valley defender and into the net to give Hoosick Falls the early lead, less Full Story

Patriots sweep their way to first win of the season
09/26/2016 10:31 PM EDT - PITTSFIELD, MASS. >> The Mount Anthony volleyball team scored its first victory of the year with a 3-0 sweep of St. Joseph's on Monday. MAU won the three sets 25-10, 25-17 and 25-12. Brooke Young and Mackenzie Mayhew combined for 13 aces, while Jordyn Burke added five kills. The team travels to play Lee on Wednesday. Full Story

Woodard strikes three times in win over Brattleboro
09/26/2016 06:15 AM EDT - BRATTLEBORO — Burr and Burton senior Brooke Woodard racked up a hat trick on Saturday in a 5-0 win over Brattleboro. Woodard's first score came with two minutes left in the first half, assisted by her sister Sky. With 16 minutes left, Woodard scored again off a free kick, then tallied the third two minutes later, assisted on a corner kick, again by Sky Woodard. Full Story

Cambridge crushes Generals in 60-0 rout
09/26/2016 06:15 AM EDT - CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — Cambridge football coach Doug Luke was happy to see him team move to 4-0 after a 60-0 rout over an undermanned Salem team on Saturday, but Luke is honest to a fault. "We knew it could be this way coming in, I talked to their coach this week," Luke said. "[A game like this] it's not good for us. Full Story

Rain dampers Homecoming in MAU's 12-0 defeat
09/23/2016 10:26 PM EDT - BENNINGTON >> With a hyped homecoming crowd, it looked like it would be a strong chance for the Mount Anthony football team to get its first win of the year over Rice. Then the rains came and that changed the plans a little bit as the weather played into their opponent's hands. The Knights' Jack Fitzgerald was the workhorse of the night, carrying the ball 34 times for 155 yards and two Full Story

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    ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. — Dustin Pedroia turned what looked like a sure out into the go-ahead run. Full Story
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