LOCAL SPORTS ROUNDUP

LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. -- The Hoosick Falls Central School bowling team hit the road and defeated Lake George by a score of 4-0 on Monday evening.

Hoosick Falls hit 3,353 pins to Lake George’s 2,337.

The top bowlers for Hoosick Falls were Josh McCart (245 game, 626 three-game total), Stephen Surdam (230-600), Ken Marbot (229-585), Dyla Day (199-542), A.J. Hurlburt (181-530) and Jennifer Sargood (197-470).

Lake George was led by Kyle Young with a 254-534.

"We had some good scores but we were not very consistent," Hoosick Falls coach Bob Lang said. "We need to work on adjusting to changing lane conditions especially on away lanes. Every match our new bowlers are learning something new and it is a work in process for these kids who are experiencing a lot of different lane conditions."

Hoosick Falls moves to 14-2 on the year, while Lake George falls to 0-12.

Fricke makes All-State Class B team

HOOSICK, N.Y. -- The New York State Sports Writers Assocation released its 2013 All-State teams on Sunday, and Hoosick Falls Central School senior goalie Hannah Fricke was named to the Class B first team. Fellow senior Mackenzie Hinchliffe was named to the Class B second team.

HFCS alum speaks at Section II award ceremony

LATHAM, N.Y. -- At an awards dinner over the weekend, Hoosick Falls Central School field hockey coach Denise Campbell was awarded the Section II field hockey Coach of the Year honors and three players, freshman Liz Ryan, junior Madeline Ryan, and senior Carsen Williams, were honored for making the Section II All-Star team.

But Panther pride did not stop at the award winners, as Hoosick Falls alumnae Jill Reeve, a two-time Olympian and current coach at Brown University, was the guest speaker at the banquet.

Hoosick Falls’ 19-1 record on the year ups coach Campbell’s already impressive career record to 255 wins, 57 losses, and one tie.

For Williams, it was her fourth time making the Section II All-Stars. Williams was also named a scholar-athlete for the fourth time in her field hockey career.

SVC athletes holding toy drive

BENNINGTON -- The Southern Vermont College Student-Athlete Advisory Committee will be hosting a toy drive to benefit BROC Community Action in Southwestern Vermont from now until Dec. 16

Donations can be dropped off at the Mountaineer Athletic Center on the SVC campus or at the Yankee One Dollar Store on Northside Drive in Bennington.

Boxes will also be available at each of the two women’s basketball games before the winter break, on Dec. 7 and Dec. 13.

SVC student-athletes will be collecting donations at the Yankee One Dollar Store this upcoming Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and the next Saturday. On the weekend dates, the Mountaineers will be at the store from 1-3 p.m., and on the weekdays from 4-6 p.m.

MAU youth wrestling

BENNINGTON -- Mount Anthony youth wrestling sign-ups will be held in the high school cafeteria on Tuesday, Dec. 17 and Friday, Dec. 20 from 5:30-6:30 p.m.

Both sign-ups are prior to MAU wrestling matches.

Registration is $40 per wrestler with fundraiser, or $65 without fundraiser, and $30 for each additional family member.

For more info, call Wayne Call at (802)-952-8932.

HFSC registration

HOOSICK, N.Y. -- The Hoosick Falls Soccer Club is now organizing spring travel teams.

The club is looking to register six teams: fourth grade boys/girls, fifth grade boys/girls, and sixth grade boys/girls.

Placement in the travel league is dependent on the number of players for each team.

Interested players or parents can register at hoosickfallssoccer.com/sportssignup

The registration period will be from Dec. 2 to Dec. 14.

For more information, contact Justin Caywood at (518)-944-1498 or email cicerorey1919@gmail.com