RUTLAND >> The Burr and Burton Academy boys basketball team pulled away in the fourth quarter, outscoring Mount St. Joseph by 13 in the final period for a 57-42 win.
Griff Stalcup led all scorers with 22 points, including four 3-pointers, while Cam Bunker added 10 and Dylan Little pitched in with nine. Three players scored in double figures for MSJ.
BBA improves to 9-4 and hosts Brattleboro on Friday.
Bulldogs come up short against Slaters
FAIR HAVEN >> The Burr and Burton Academy girls basketball fell 43-30 to Fair Haven on Wednesday on the road.
Stephanie Boucher led the Bulldogs with 11 points, while Emily Bleakie added seven for BBA, who drop to 5-8 on the season. Lexi Quenneville led the Slaters with 16 points.
Eagles fall to Proctor
PROCTOR >> On a night when Proctor's Abby McKearin scored her 1,000th point, the Arlington girls basketball team fell 42-20 to the Phantoms.
McKearin hit a three for her milestone, part of a 19-point night to lead all scorers.
Riley Lane and Xandria Hoyt had six apiece to lead the Eagles, who drop to 5-8 and host West Rutland on Monday.
Panthers pull away late to top Indians
CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. >> The Hoosick Falls girls basketball team trailed for most of the first half but turned it on when they needed to, winning 50-34. Kelly Pine led the Panthers with 18 points as Hoosick outscored Cambridge by 15 points in the second half.
Lizza Ryan added 12 for Hoosick Falls, while Lynn Brownell scored 10 to lead Cambridge. Helen and Olivia Mooney each had eight in the loss.
Hoosick bowling blanks Corinth
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. >> The Hoosick Falls bowling team finished its regular season league matches with a 4-0 win over Corinth from the Northern Division of the Adirondack League.
Hoosick Falls finished the regular season with a point total of 48-0 in the league and a overall match record of 13-1 while Corinth finished with a league point total of 31-25.
Hoosick Falls had its second highest match total of the season with "3,712" pins to Corinth's match total of "2,977" pins. Jennifer Sargood led the way with a 247-714 series. The rest of the lineup included: Kyla Day 244-670, Tyler Lindsey 233-648, A.J. Hurlburt 229-600, Josh McCart 196-550, Jon Bossoni 194-530. Corinth's leading bowler was Tommy Tichenor with a nice 257-656.
"This was a great way to end our regular league season with a nice match total of 3,712. Jennifer had a great series of 714, her highest in her career in league matches, followed by Kyla with a great "670", and Tyler with a great "648," his highest in his career in league matches," said coach Bob Lang.
Arlington boys (Tuesday)
LUDLOW >> The Arlington boys basketball team pulled away from Black River in the fourth quarter of a 67-36 victory.
Ahead 33-19 at the half, the Eagles outscored Black River 20-4 in the final eight minutes.
Keyshawn King led Arlington with 15 points, while Nathan Mattison added 14. Austin Hawley and Jared Lacoste nine apiece and Brandon Gamble chipped in eight.
Arlington is 8-3 and hosts West Rutland tonight at 7 p.m.
BENNINGTON >> In Wednesday's edition, a story on the Mount Anthony dance team inadvertently excluded some names from the roster. The rest of the roster includes sophomore Ally Zupko and freshmen Savannah Rogers and Rachel Langlois.
SVC has 13 on academic honor list
BENNINGTON >> The New England Collegiate Conference announced on Wednesday its 2015 Fall Academic All-conference list with 13 of the honored student-athletes hailing from Southern Vermont College.
Members of the Conference's men's and women's cross country, men's and women's soccer, men's golf, field hockey, women's tennis and women's volleyball teams who are of sophomore or higher academic standing were eligible to collect the academic accolade. Those athletes must have posted at least a 3.40 grade point average after the fall semester to earn their way onto the list.
"Students at SVC are used to academic challenge and pushing through to success in situations that require intelligence, determination, and resilience," commented Southern Vermont Provost Jay White. "The 13 SVC students being named to the NECC Fall All-Academic team are testament to this — marvelous examples of intelligence and strength and stamina in the classroom and on the field or court of competition. We, their SVC family, are proud of them and delight in this important NECC recognition that celebrates the best of those who are our student-athletes."
All five of Southern Vermont's fall sports were represented by members on this year's fall team with 11 of those 13 Mountaineers garnering the fall academic accolade for at least the second time in their respective careers.
Among those SVC student-athletes to pick up the fall honor once again are five seniors who are taking it home for the third time, the most possible in a collegiate career: men's cross country captain Cameron Michael Curtiss, men's soccer's Sean Deegan, and women's soccer's Rachel Cudo, Katelyn Raymond and Abigail Rosas.