Tuesday February 12, 2013

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. -- The Hoosick Falls Central School bowling team rolled to the Section II C-D championship on Monday, its third straight sectional crown. The Panthers scored 5,822 pins, topping Mechanicville in second by nearly 200 pins.

Canajoharie was third, Duanesburg fourth and Middleburgh rounded out the top 5. Twenty-five teams competed in the tournament.

Sophomore Ken Marbot led Hoosick Falls with a high game of 252 (which was the third highest game of the tournament) and a six-game total of 1,317, the highest six-game series of the tournament.

Marbot was followed by Josh McCart 224-1,195, Bryan Callahan 223-1,166, Josh Conn 196-1,073, Stephen Surdam 222-747 (four games), and Logan Brogue 179-324 (two games).

Now, Hoosick Falls now must wait to see if their total will hold up to go to the States as a team when the Class A and B teams bowl later this week. Marbot can also qualify if he has one of the top six scores from a non-winning team.

Bulldogs improve to 15-2

WINDSOR -- The Burr and Burton Academy boys basketball team held Windsor to 10 second-half points in a 59-28 win on Monday night.

The win was BBA's seventh in a row.

BBA was up 24-18 at the half, but a spirited halftime speech kick-started the Bulldogs.

Joe Shehadi led all scorers with 20 points. Jake Stalcup and Weston Muench each added 9 as BBA improves to 15-2.


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Eagles top Chieftains

CHESTER -- The Arlington Memorial High School boys basketball team won its fifth game in its last six, beating Green Mountain 46-35 on the road.

DJ Jennings led Arlington (9-6) with 20 points, while Alex Hawley added 13. Kyle Kemp topped the Chieftains (2-13) with 12 points.

CCS drops to Bengals

CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. -- Cambridge's Shaeden Mosso led the Indians with 16 points, but Tamarac used a fourth-quarter run to win 52-44 on Monday night.

Matt Parmenter added 12 points for Cambridge (0-16).

Tamarac had four players in double figures, led by Justin Wagner and Sean Griffin, who each scored 13 points.

MAU cheerleaders take runner-up spots

RUTLAND -- The Mount Anthony Union High School Cheerleading team finished second on Saturday at the Central Vermont Cheerleading Competition.

The runner-up finish is the best for the Patriots in four years.

The Mount Anthony Youth Cheerleading Association program took runner up for the team events. As well, three youth team members (Calen Tole, Tyler Thibodeau, Zandri Schaeffer) received medals for individual events.

Marauders compete

CLIFTON PARK, N.Y. -- Fifteen swimmers from the Bennington Marauders Swim Team competed at the Piranhas Pentathlon at Shenendehowa on Sunday.

Ryan Spencer was the lone trophy winner and placed second overall in the 15-19 Male Division. Also swimming and posting best times for the Marauders were: Shannon Morgello, Garrett Ufnar, Kylee Mayne, Camden Madison, Kendal Madison, Perrin Marion, Hannah Rosenburg, Emily Calder, Paige Marion, Emily Ascuitto, Lily Spencer, Aryn Iannuzzi, Claire Iannuzzi, and Sarah Ascuitto.

The Marauders compete again on February 23 in Ballston Spa.

MAU Youth Nights set

BENNINGTON -- The Mount Anthony Union High School Athletic Department is once again sponsoring a pair of youth basketball nights for the boys and girls area youth basketball players.

The boys night will be tonight, when the Patriot JV and varsity boys basketball teams host Hoosick Falls with JV starting at 6 p.m. All boys playing MAYAA Basketball will be admitted free of charge by wearing their game jerseys.

The girls night will be Friday, Feb. 15, when the MAU JV and varsity girls basketball teams will host Rutland. JV action starts at 6 p.m., followed by the varsity. All girls playing MAYAA Basketball will be admitted free of charge by wearing their game jerseys.

At the halftime of each junior varsity game there will be a 10-minute exhibition game featuring MAYAA teams and a drawing for a basketball signed by the varsity team will be held after the exhibition game.

Pownal Cal Ripken

POWNAL -- Sign-up for the Pownal Cal Ripken baseball league will be on Wednesday at the Pownal Elementary School from 5 to 6:15 p.m.

The league is open to all Pownal and surrounding area children ages 4 to 12. Children 9 and up can play in Cal Ripken sanctioned tournaments.

For more information, call Scott Morse at 802-379-6681.

Mack Attack registration

ARLINGTON -- Practice for the Mack Attack AAU team begins on March 10 at Arlington Memorial High School. Players between 8 and 17 are invited. To register, visit mackattackaau.org or call Kerry Csizmesia at 802-430-7031 for more information.

BYSL hosts sign-up

BENNINGTON -- The Bennington Young Women's Softball League is hosting their annual sign-ups. All girls ages 7-12 as of January 1 are encouraged to sign up.

Returning player sign-ups will be held tonight, at the Bennington Fire House on River Street from 6 to 7 p.m. New player sign-ups will be held Feb. 26 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

All first-year players should bring a copy of their birth certificate. Registration fee is $35 for 1 child, $50 for 2 children/family, and $70 for 3 or more.

Contact Danielle at (802) 447-2124 with any questions.

Soccer sign-up

HOOSICK, N.Y. -- Registration is now open for spring teams at the Hoosick Falls Soccer Club. Sign up at the website at hoosickfallssoccer.org. For questions regarding travel teams call Steve Hinchliffe at 518-686-9505 and for in house call Laura Sagendorf at 518-944-4971.

Lax officials training

BENNINGTON -- The Vermont Lacrosse Officials Association will be offering training clinics throughout the state for individuals interested in officiating boys lacrosse.

The clinics will include 2 man mechanics, technical and personal fouls, field mechanics, proper signaling, verbal and visual communication, penalty enforcement and pre and post game preparation. The clinics are free and pre-registration is required.

The Southern Vermont clinic will be held on March 17 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Mount Anthony Union High School in Bennington.

To sign up, contact Jim Farrell at jimza@comcast.net or 518-441-4363

Any general questions about these training events can be directed to Jim Farrell, VLOA Training Coordinator at 518-441-4363.

Zemianek road race returns May 5

BENNINGTON -- The 35th annual Steve Zemianek Road Race will take place on May 5 at the Park-McCullough House in North Bennington.

There are three different runs, a 3.8-mile course, a 10K course and a half-mile fun run for children.

The entry fee is $15 to pre-register and $3 for the fun run. A family of four can register at a reduced rate of $40.

Awards will be given to the top male and female runner and the top three in each age group.

For more information, call Dave at 802-688-7807.