MANCHESTER >> The wins keep on coming for the Burr and Burton baseball team, who improved to 5-0 to start of the season on Thursday with a 11-1 victory over Windsor.
Up 4-1 going into the bottom of the fourth, the Bulldogs offense struck for four runs to pull away.
Senior Scott Mooney and junior Griff Stalcup each went 3-for-4 at the plate, while Cody Roberts knocked in two runs in the win for BBA.
Sophomore Jay McCoy got the win on the mound for BBA, pitching four innings of one run ball on one hit with four strikeouts.
Sam Cottrell and Stalcup finished with three no-hit innings.
The Bulldogs will now travel to play Wahconah on Saturday at 1 p.m.
Cambridge offense breaks out against Berlin,
CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. >> There was no stopping the Cambridge baseball team's offense from erupting on Thursday, exploding for 27 runs in their lopsided victory over Berlin.
Jake Harrington got on base six times for the Indians with three hits for six RBIs and four runs scored in the Cambridge win.
Skylar Brenenstuhl had two hits for three RBIs for the Indians, while Tommy English, Eli Robertson and Tim Lybert all had two RBIs.
With the win, Cambridge is now 3-6 on the season and have won back-to-back games for the first time this year.
The Indians will host Hoosick Falls on Tuesday at 4:15 p.m.
Mountaineers advance to NECC championship game
WORCESTER, MASS. >> The Southern Vermont College women's lacrosse continues to hit new milestones, the latest reaching the finals of the New England Collegiate Conference tournament with a 15-13 win over Becker on Thursday night.
Junior Lauren Nesshoever continued to perform well in the tournament for SVC, scoring a team-high five goals in the win. Fellow junior captains Emily Lesure and Mel Orrell each had big game for the Mountaineers too, with Lesure scoring four goals and Orrell netting three to give her 65 goals on the season.
SVC will play No. 1 Regis in the finals on Saturday, with the winner advancing to the NCAA tournament.
MAU extends winning streak to four
PITTSFIELD, MASS. >> After completing a three-game homestand sweep on Wednesday with a win over Woodstock, the Mount Anthony girls lacrosse team kept their winning mojo going with a 11-5 victory over Pittsfield on Thursday night.
Senior Bridget Ahearn scored a game-high six goal for the Patriots in the win.
Emily Altland, Zoe Lang and Avery Galle each scored two goals to help MAU pick their fifth win of the season.
Hayley Richmond scored a goal as well for MAU, who improve to 5-1 on the season and have won four straight games. Carly Plaisance had nine saves in net.
The Patriots will come back home where they will look to extend their winning-streak to five on Tuesday when they host Rutland at 4:30 p.m.