LOCAL SPORTS ROUNDUP
HOOSICK, N.Y. -- The Hoosick Falls Central School field hockey team blanked Columbia, 5-0, in the championship game of the Hoosick Falls tournament on Saturday.
Five different players reached the scoresheet for the Panthers. Liz Ryan started the scoring with her seventh goal in three games, then Olivia Schneider, Caytlyn Springer, Maddy Ryan and Brooke Davendonis added the other four goals.
Carsen Williams had two assists, while Liz Ryan and Erika Quackenbush added one apiece.
Williams was named the all-tournament MVP, while Ryan was named to the all-tournament team.
Hoosick Falls travels to Salem today in a game changed from Wednesday.
Patriots top 10 at Invite
GUILDERLAND, N.Y. -- Both Mount Anthony Union High School boys and girls cross-country teams placed in the top 10 at the prestigious Guilderland Invitational on Saturday.
The girls placed third overall, behind Seton Catholic and Broadalbin-Perth, and had all five scoring runners in the top 25, led by Molly O’Callaghan’s 10th place finish in 18 minutes, 50.49 seconds. Erica Hale was next at 19:29 and finished 16th. Abby Malmborg (20th), Asuka Kosaki (22nd) and Emily Smith (24th) rounded out the scorers.
The boys finished 8th overall. Will Buckley was the top runner for the Patriots, finishing 24th in a time of 15:29.63. Andrew Brandmeyer was 28th, 12 seconds behind his teammate. Andy Barlow (36th), Matt Strano (47th) and Anthony Seward (54th) rounded out the scorers for MAU.
MAU falls to Mount Mansfield on gridiron
JERICHO -- The Mount Anthony Union High School football team was tied with Mount Mansfield, but the Cougars were too much in a 40-21 defeat on Saturday afternoon.
Down by 14, Mount Anthony cut the deficit in half as Damon Young found Pat Powers for a 58-yard touchdown pass, then tied it with less than a minute left in the first half on a 25-yard halfback pass from Tyler Mattison to Noah Normyle.
But Mount Mansfield scored three straight times in the third quarter, making the score 33-14. Powers and Young hooked up again midway through the fourth on a 11-yard strike. But MMU held for the victory.
MAU drops to 0-2 on the year, Mount Mansfield is 1-1.
BBA boys lose twice in Mt. Greylock tourney
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- In a Friday-Saturday tournament over the weekend, the Burr and Burton Academy boys soccer team was defeated twice by opponents from Massachusetts.
In the first game of the tournament against Monument Mountain, the Bulldogs fell 1-0. Monument Mountain would go on to win the tournament over Chicopee on Saturday night 3-0.
"We are happy that we had a fairly good result against Monument," BBA coach Peter Mull said.
In the consolation game on Saturday, the Bulldogs fell to hosts Mount Greylock 5-1. Through the first half, the game was scoreless.
Greylock would go up 2-0 after two goals in a two minute span, but the Bulldogs would pull a goal back through an Andrew Gayda tally, assisted by Wes Lord, with nine minutes left in the game.
The Bulldogs would almost level things up moments later on a header in the box, but the shot went just wide. "It was a much different game than 5-1 indicates," Mull said.
BBA falls to 1-2 on the season, while Greylock improves to 1-0-1.
Storm roll Marauders
SCHUYLERVILLE, N.Y. --The Southern Vermont Storm led by 28 at halftime en route to a 47-0 rout of the Monadnock Marauders on Saturday night.
Mike Woodson led the way with 180 yards and three touchdowns for the 3-2 Storm.
Quarterback JC LeBarron went 7-of-9 for 140 yards and two touchdowns.
Other scorers included James Blocker, Mike Waters and Steve Gore, while Gary Hewson returned a fumble for a score.
SVC drops match
to Salve Regina
HOOSICK, N.Y. -- The Southern Vermont College men’s soccer team continued its tough early season schedule with a 5-0 loss on the road to Salve Regina University on Sunday.
SVC trailed 2-0 at halftime, then allowed three goals in the final 20 minutes to reach the final score.
Brendan Shea made 11 saves for the 0-4 Mountaineers, who hosts Sage on Wednesday.
SVC volleyball swept
HOOSICK, N.Y. --.The Southern Vermont College volleyball team was swept by Queen’s University (Canada) and St. Lawrence on Saturday at the Victory Promotions Invitational.
Jessica Delgado led the Mountaineers with six kills and four digs and was named to the VPI all-tournament team.
Senior Carrie Baltazar added a team-high nine assists.
SVC drops to 3-4 on the season.