MIDDLEBURY — The Mount Anthony Union High School boys basketball team had four scorers in double figures as they topped Middlebury, 82-56, on Wednesday night.
Jonas Parker had a game-high 33 points to lead the way for MAU, who led by 12 after the first quarter and 20 at halftime.
Matthew Anderson added 13, Tyler Champagne chipped in 12 and Damon Burgess had 10 for Mount Anthony, who is 2-0.
MAU travels to Rutland to face Essex on Saturday at the North-South Challenge.
BBA boys even record
MANCHESTER >> The Burr and Burton Academy boys hockey team rushed past Brattleboro, 7-2, on Wednesday at Riley Rink.
BBA took a 2-0 lead late into the first period before scoring four more in the second, two of those by Jack Ams. A power play goal in the final 90 seconds gave BBA the final margin.
BBA travels to face U-32 on Saturday.
BBA girls drop to Rutland
MANCHESTER >> The Burr and Burton Academy girls hockey team ran into a tough Rutland team on Wednesday, falling 5-1 at Riley Rink.
Trailing 3-0 after the first, the Bulldogs' Natalia Sowulewska scored late in the second, assisted by Aggie Bisselle, but Rutland scored soon after to keep the lead at three. The Raiders added an insurance goal in the final period.
Molly Dingley had 31 saves in the loss, with double digits saves in all three periods.
BBA is 1-2 and plays at Woodstock next on Saturday.
Ryan's triple-double leads Hoosick
HOOSICK, N.Y. >> Lizza Ryan had a career night as the Hoosick Falls girls basketball team won 53-19 over Mechanicville.
Ryan had a triple-double, with 13 points, 11 rebounds and 12 steals to go along with five steals.
Megan Flynn had a big game as well with a double-double.
The Panthers are at Hoosic Valley on Friday.
Cambridge wins Wasaren league opener
GRANVILLE, N.Y. >> The Cambridge girls basketball team won their Wasaren league opener of the season on Wednesday night, defeating Granville 52-43.
The Mooney sisters, Olivia and Helen, both had a team-high 14 points in the game for Cambridge. Granville's Alexis Smith had a game-high 20 points and hit six 3-pointers in the process.
Cambridge is now 3-1 on the season and has a home game against Stillwater on Friday at 7 p.m.
Panthers sweep tri-match
GRANVILLE, N.Y. >> The Hoosick Falls bowling team beat Hadley-Luzerne and Lake George by 4-0 scores to sweep the Northern Division teams in the league at Lake George Bowl.
Hoosick Falls had a match total of 3,318 pins to Hadley-Luzerne's 3,022 pins and Lake George's 2,603.
The Panthers were led by A.J. Hurlburt's 257 high game and 644 high series. Josh McCart was second at 606.
Jon Bossoni 227-570, Kyla Day 191-524, Jennifer Sargood 181-495, and Chris Snyder 162-479, in his first varsity start, rounded out the scorers.
"The team bowled pretty good on very oily lanes that didn't dry up very much as the match went on. The bowlers stayed very patient as they went from game to game and tried to find the correct line to play. The team is getting good practice on different lane conditions which will help as we go through the season. Every bowling alley has its own different oil patterns and lane conditions," said Hoosick Falls coach Bob Lang.
Hoosick Falls now has a point record of 20-0 while Lake George is 8-8 and Hadley-Luzerne is 1-7.
Mountaineers cruise to fourth straight win
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. >> A strong close to the first half preceded Southern Vermont College maintaining its upper hand through the second period Wednesday night as the visiting Mountaineers defeated Vassar College 76-64 in non-conference men's basketball action.
SVC went on a 13-3 run to close out the first half, going up 43-32 at the break. The Mountaineers added a one-point advantage in the second stanza while holding off the Brewers as they moved to 5-2 on the year with their fourth straight win.
Mountaineer junior Nate Goldsmith led the team with 16 points off the bench, adding seven rebounds and two assists to his line. Senior William Bromirski followed with 13 points on a 3-7 performance from behind the arc while pulling down a team-best eight boards; he now has 89 three-pointers as a Mountaineer in just 36 games, moving himself up to fifth on the all-time program record list.
SVC senior DeShawn Hamlet had eight points and four rebounds while classmate Jeff James tallied another eight points and five rebounds in reserve time. Fellow senior Casey Hall notched seven points while swiping a game-best four steals in the win.
Next up for Southern Vermont is the seventh annual Tri-state Shootout Tournament, this year's being hosted by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute over the weekend. SVC takes on Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts on Saturday at 4 p.m. in the second game of the opening round; Saturday's winners will play for the tournament title on Sunday at 3 p.m. while the consolation game is set to tip-off at 1 p.m. Southern Vermont has already defeated MCLA this year, topping the Trailblazers 102-72 in the season opener.
Hoosac hockey wins in OT
RYE, N.Y. >> The Hoosac hockey team scored 2:32 into overtime for a 4-3 win over the Portledge School.
Ben Veins scored in overtime to give the Owls a three-game win streak.
Goals were scored by Will Belec, Felix Anctil and Owen Allan.
The next game is Saturday in Albany against Princeton Day School in the Rider Cup tournament.