TOWNSHEND — Riley Lane had nine points to lead Arlington as the Eagles dropped their opener, 34-20, on the road at Leland & Gray.

Arlington struggled in the first half, something coach Larry Andrews attributed to nerves. In the second half, things were better, as the Rebels only outscored them 17-16 in the final two quarters.

Arlington is 0-1 and hosts Bellows Falls on Wednesday.

Sargood, Day lead Panthers on lanes

HOOSICK, N.Y. >> The Hoosick Falls bowling team beat Stillwater on Thursday by the score of 4-0. Hoosick Falls had a match total of 3,499 pins to Stillwater's match total of 2,749.

Hoosick Falls now has an overall record of 8-0 and Stillwater has an overall record of 3-5.

Hoosick Falls' top bowlers were: Jennifer Sargood 248-639, Kyla Day 244-639, Jon Bossoni 205-580, A.J. Hurlburt 223-578, Josh McCart 188-534, and Tyler Lindsey 203-529. Top bowler for Stillwater was Brittaney Myers with a 233-602.

"We didn't have the outstanding scores that we had in our last match against Granville but we still had some really good scores. The team was very patient as they were trying to find the correct line on the lanes. As the lanes dried out, they made some good changes to bowl some good scores. They are learning how to make the proper adjustments from game to game on away lanes and on our own home lanes. It was another good team effort by the bowlers in winning this match," said Hoosick coach Bob Lang.


SVC women win opener

BENNINGTON >> The Southern Vermont women topped Becker in its home opener, 75-67, on Thursday night. Three players hit double figures for the Mountaineers, including Amber Flagg with 19, Shaniquewa Barnes with 15 and Amber Dow with 14. Turquoia Johnson added nine points and 10 rebounds.

SVC men top Regis

BENNINGTON >> Four players reached double figures in the Mountaineers' 76-62 win over Regis on Thursday. The Mountaineers were led by Will Bromirski's 14 and had DeShawn Hamlet with 13, Josh Borders with 11, Casey Hall with 11 and Rayshawn Taylor with nine.

SVC is 3-2 overall and 1-0 in the New England Collegiate Conference.