Arlington wins John Werner Tournament
The Eagles outscored their opponents 14-0 in the tournament and 53-2 overall to start the year.
On Friday, Tess Belnap put Arlington ahead three minutes in and then Haley Mattison added a score to make it 2-0, off an assist from Xandria Hoyt.
Belnap added two more goals in the first half to give her a hat trick in the first 20 minutes. Belnap added two more in the second half to give her five for the game, while Aimee Frank added the final goal of the night.
The Eagles are 8-0.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Mount Anthony volleyball team fell 3-0 to Pittsfield on Friday night.
They dropped the sets, 25-13, 25-15 and 25-18.
Emilie O'Brien had three aces, three digs and nine points scored on serves. Carly Bylina added three digs and Jonna Loomis had three kills. Aditi Patel played strong defense as well, according to coach Stephanie Perna.
MAU edged by Wolves
SOUTH BURLINGTON — The Mount Anthony football team traveled to South Burlington, dropping a 12-7 decision on Friday night.
It took a final stop on fourth down with 1:30 left for the Wolves to get past the Patriots. Will Fischer threw a 40-yard touchdown pass for MAU's only points of the night.
MAU drops to 2-3 on the year.
BBA, Hartford play scoreless draw
HARTFORD — The Burr and Burton field hockey team tied Hartford, 0-0, on Friday. Hannah Callen had 13 saves for the shutout for BBA, while Bailey Cameron had seven saves for Hartford.
"Callen had her best game yet. Allie Nowicki was a rockstar on defense for us. Hannah Hedberg dominated the midfield and was instrumental for us in moving the ball to our right. Charleigh Carthy shut down their free hit plays by blocking up the wings and pulling aerial balls out of the air time after time. Nelly Hollweg was patient on defense and then moved the ball the length of the field many times, alternating between using her skills and her strong drives," said BBA coach Barb Miceli.
BBA is now 3-3-2 and they play Brattleboro at home on Tuesday.
Panthers win 10th straight
GREENWICH, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls field hockey team scored a goal in each half of a 2-0 win on Friday over Greenwich.
Lillian Hickey scored both goals for the Panthers, who are 10-0 overall. Zoe Gress had two saves, while Kylee Masse played a great game with 14 stops.
Panthers avenge loss to Tamarac
CLUMS CORNERS, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls girls soccer team topped Tamarac, 3-1, avenging a loss from earlier this year.
Taylor Mann scored twice and Angela Gonzalez scored from 30 yards out on a restart. Gonzalez also had two assists.
Maddy Yeung had eight saves for Hoosick, who are 6-4-1 and play Monday at home against Greenwich.
Youth Soccer Nights set at MAUHS
BENNINGTON — The Mount Anthony Union High School Athletic Department is once again sponsoring a pair of Youth Soccer Nights for the girls and boys area youth league soccer players.
Boys Youth Night will be on Monday, Oct. 2 when the MAU Varsity Boys Soccer Team plays host to Stratton in a 6 p.m. game.
Girls Youth Soccer Night will be Tuesday, Oct. 3 when the Patriot Varsity Girls Soccer team hosts Burr and Burton at 6 p.m. All boys and girls playing in the area youth soccer leagues will be admitted free of charge by wearing their game jerseys on these respective nights. Parents are asked to please accompany their children at the game or arrange supervision by a coach or another parent.
At the halftime of each night, there will be a 10-minute exhibition game featuring area youth soccer players. A drawing for a free soccer ball signed by the varsity Patriots will be held after the exhibition game for the youth players in attendance.
Football Youth Night set for Oct. 6
BENNINGTON — Minutemen Youth Football Night will be held at Mount Anthony's Spinelli Field on Friday, Oct. 6 when the Patriot football team plays host to Otter Valley at 7 p.m. as part of Homecoming weekend. All members of the Bennington area Minutemen tackle and flag football teams will be admitted free of charge by wearing their game jerseys.
Parents are asked to please accompany their children at the game or arrange supervision by a coach or another parent.
A drawing for two free footballs ball signed by the varsity team will be held at halftime for all Minutemen players in attendance.
Track and Treat Halloween Fun Run in North Bennington
NORTH BENNINGTON — The Village School of North Bennington is hosting a 5K Run/Walk and 1 Mile Family Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, Oct 28. There will also be an Obstacle/Adventure Course available for the younger children. Registration is at 8 a.m. with the Family Fun Run/Walk at 9 a.m. and the 5K Run/Walk at 9:30 A.M.. 5K Pre-registration is $20, day of race is $25; Family Fun Run $10.
Participants are encouraged to dress in costume and prizes will be given! Bring the entire family to the Village School of North Bennington for a fun morning. To enter, send checks to VSNB at PO Box 847, North Bennington, VT 05257, or go to the Events page at vsnb.org to download a registration form.
The Village School of North Bennington is located between School and Church streets. For more information call 802-442-5955.
Steve Colvin 5K
HOOSICK, N.Y. — The fourth annual Stephen Colvin Memorial 5K is coming on Saturday, Oct. 7 at Wood Memorial Park in Hoosick Falls. The race will begin at 9 a.m. from the park and money raised will benefit the Stephen Colvin Scholarship Fund awards.
Prizes will be awarded to the top male and female overall finishers in both the walk and run categories. Also the top male and female in each of the following categories will receive a medal: 19 and under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, and 60 and over.
T-shirts will be available while supplies last. Early registration is $10 by Sept. 20 and $15 until race day. All students are $10 for registration.
To register, make checks payable to: Stephen Colvin Scholarship Fund and return by Mail to P.O. Box 523. Hoosick Falls, N.Y., 12090.
Additional sign up forms can be found at the Hoosick Falls Post Office, the Polish Hall, Falls Diner, Julie Richard, LMT or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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