RUTLAND — The Mount Anthony Union High School girls basketball got a much needed victory on Tuesday night, when they defeated Rutland on the road, 53-46.
The Patriots were able to get out to a big lead on the Raiders and maintained it throughout to get their eighth win of the season.
Leading the way for MAU in the win was senior Kathryn Fraiser, who scored a game-high 17 points for the Patriots.
Junior Madison Little was also in double figures on the night for MAU, scoring 15 points in the Patriots victory.
Brianna Legacy and Michalia Glanovsky each grabbed seven rebounds in the game to help MAU get the win as well.
With the win MAU improves to 8-9 on the season.
The Patriots will try to get back to .500 on Saturday when they travel to play Mt. Greylock at 12:30 p.m.
BBA boys basketball end losing streak with win over Otter Valley
BRANDON >> The Burr and Burton Academy boys basketball team snapped their three-game losing streak with a 54-38 victory over Otter Valley.
Junior captain Cater Vickers led the way for the Bulldogs, scoring a team-high 21 points in the win.
BBA had another play in double figures on the night in junior Cam Bunker, who knocked in 13 points to help the Bulldogs end their longest losing streak of the season.
Junior Griff Stalcup was a beast on the boards as well for BBA, pulling down a team-high 16 rebounds in the contest.
With the win BBA improves to 11-8 on the season.
The Bulldogs will play their last game of the regular season on Thursday night when they travel to play Rutland at 7 p.m.
Arlington boys basketball team falls to Twin Valley
WHITINGHAM >> The Arlington Memorial High boys basketball team were unable to secure the third seed in Division IV and pick up their 15th win of the season, with their 55-47 loss to Twin Valley on Tuesday night.
All night the Eagles had to battle from behind against Twin Valley and were unable to get the play they needed to tie things up and win the game.
Senior Nathan Mattison was the leading scorer on the night for Arlington, scoring a team-high 17 points in the loss
Fellow senior Austin Hawley was also in double figures for the Eagles, pitching in 11 points on the night for Arlington.
With the loss Arlington falls to 14-5 on the season.
The Eagles now will need to win their final game of the regular season to secure the third seed in Division IV, when they host Black River for Senior Night on Friday at 7 p.m.