Balanced attack leads MAU over Wahconah
Junior Avery Galle led the charge offensively for MAU with four goals on the day, along with one assist.
Rebecca Crosier has a strong day as well with two goals and a pair of assists.
Natalie Jelley had a goal and an assist, while Caroline Musinski, Taylor Andrews, Amber Metcalfe and Marisa Rabideau all added one goal as well.
Mia Schneeberger made six saves for the Patriots in the win.
MAU improves to 8-2 and plays Rutland on Tuesday at home. The two teams played each other on April 24 with the Patriots coming out on top 15-12.
Track competes in Fair Haven
FAIR HAVEN — The Mount Anthony, Burr and Burton and Arlington track and field teams competed at the Slater Invitational Saturday in Fair Haven, with all three schools have positive results.
In the boys 100 m race, MAU's Jack Haynes set a personal record with a time of 11.86 seconds. Teammate Evan Page also set a personal record with a 12.21 second time to place third. BBA's Nicholas Williams and Bryce Little placed fourth and fifth, while the Eagles' Keyshwan King finished eight in the final race. On the girl side, Gabrielle Blanchard (13.58 seconds) and Jasmine Rachele (13.59) took second and third place, while Arlington's Katie Berger was seventh.
Haynes continued his sprint success in the 200 m race beating out the Bulldogs' Ian Maier by 0.11 seconds to win the race. Chase Hoyt was the top Eagles finisher, taking seventh. Rachele improved on her positioning from the 100 m to take second place in 200 m with a time of 28.77 seconds. Jordan Mattison of MAU wasn't far behind taking third. Ella Cichanowski just missed the top five by. 0.07 seconds, taking sixth.
In the girls 400 m, Arlington's Aimee Frank finished first with a personal record time of 1:05.72. Chloe Cichanowki of the Patriots finished third. King was the top Arlington finisher in the boys race with a fourth place finish and a time of 58.15 seconds.
MAU's Sarah Umphlett didn't reach her personal record time, but she cruised to an eight-second victory in the girls 800 m with a time of 2:34.22. Arlington's Jamie Keel set an Eagles school record with a time of 2:42.53 to finish second. The Patriots' Nikita Noyes-Martel finished third, while BBA's Emma Tschaikowsky finished fifth. On the boys side, Arlington's Dominic Whalen finished fourth, while the Bulldogs' Cody Goebel was fifth in the race.
MAU's Shawn Tobin set a personal record in the 1500 m boys race, finishing first with a time of 4:26.02. In the girls race, Umphlett won by almost 12 seconds over Patriots teammate Paige Greenawalt. Keel finished about four seconds behind in third.
In the 3000 m boys race, MAU's Page was the only runner to finish in less than 10 minutes with a time of 9:44.58. Teammates Aneesh Kamath and Mattheu Longtin finished fourth and fifth respectively.
Maier took first for BBA in the 110 m hurdles with a time of 17.40. MAU's Josiah Durfee and Owen Maroney were third and fourth, while Hoyt was fifth.
Arlington's Tess Belnap finished second in the 100 m hurdles, while the Patriots' Aditi Patel, Morgan Prouty and Noyes-Martel were third through fifth.
BBA's DJ Mulroy won the 300 m hurdles, while Adam Frost of MAU was fourth. On the girls side, Rebecca Leili of the Bulldogs won by more than two seconds, while teammates Olivia Brand and Amelia Kennedy were third and fourth.
In the 4x100 boys relay, the Patriots team of Haynes, Skyler Hoyt, Austin Martinka and Gavin Johnson outpaced Fair Haven by almost two seconds for the win. On the girls side, the BBA team of Mia Grisby, Blanchard, Leili and Rachele were second, while MAU had teams finish third and sixth.
The Bulldogs team of Mulroy, Coebel, Kole Blanchard and Giles Collins won the 4x400 boys relay with a time of 4:07.48, while the BBA girls team of Leili, Gabrielle Blanchard, Kennedy and Tschaikowsky outpaced MAU's team by more than 12 seconds to win its race.
BBA won the 4x800 girls race and placed second in the boys race.
The Bulldogs' Will Frank won the boys shot put with a toss of 41 feet, three inches. The Patriots' Mickey Marchetti was third. On the girls side, Arlington's Gillian Calkins finished just three inches off the winning toss to take second, while BBA's Abigail Navin and MAU's Emma Salem were fourth and fifth.
Frank also had a strong effort in the discus with a second place toss. MAU's Sam Wilkins was fourth, while BBA's Williams was fifth.
Berger of Arlington set a school record with her toss to place second on the girls side, while Kennedy and Claire Iannuzzi of BBA both finished in the top five.
In the boys javelin, Mulroy had the best throw to set a personal record. MAU's Johnson and Skyler Hoyt were second and third. Kennedy was fourth for the girls.
In the boys high jump, Martinka placed second while teammate Dan Davis tied for third. For the girls, BBA's Gabrielle Blanchard had the best jump.
Maroney finished third in the pole vault for MAU, while teammate Frost was fifth.
Johnson had the second best long jump of the day, while teammate Skyler Hoyt was third. Bryce Little of the Bulldogs was fourth. BBA's Brand and Leili were second and fourth on the girls side.
Little and Mulroy were first and second in the boys triple jump, while Wilkins and Martinka were fourth and fifth. BBA's Brand and Olivia Day were first and second on the girls side, while MAU's Dominique Dease was third.
Eagles edge Black River
ARLINGTON — With rain coming down the whole game, the Arlington baseball team picked up a 6-5 win against Black River at home Saturday afternoon.
The Eagles held a 4-3 lead heading into the sixth and extended that lead by two more runs to make it 6-3 heading to the seventh.
Arlington gave up a pair of runs in the final frame, but the Eagles held on for the win.
Arlington improves to 3-4 on the season and is back in action Monday on the road against Green Mountain.
Cambridge outlasts Bulldogs
SOUTH GLENS FALLS, N.Y. — After trailing by goals after one quarter, the Cambridge boys lacrosse team used a strong second and third quarter effort to beat South Glens Falls 17-11 on the road Friday.
Max Hoffer had a big day for the Indians with a game-high six goals and three assists. Hoffer leads the team with 44 goals on the season.
Gabe Sgambettera scored five goals and dished out a pair of assists. Zack Rowland scored four times and assisted on three scores.
Jamie Olvera and Tommy English both scored once. Olvera did a nice job distributing the ball with three assists.
Daniel Blanchfield made 15 saves in the winning effort for Cambridge.
The Indians improve to 9-4 on the season and play Hoosick Falls on Tuesday.
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