Brown, Sherman honored by VPA

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Mount Anthony athletic director Tim Brown and former Arlington athlete Glenn Sherman were named to the Vermont Principals' Association Hall of Fame Monday.

Brown will be inducted as an administrator, having been the athletic director at MAU since the 1988-89 school year.

In his 30 years on the job, Brown has overseen over 70 state championships for the school.

Before taking on the role of athletic director, Brown was the Patriots softball coach for six seasons, winning a state championship in 1988

Sherman will be inducted into the student-athlete wing of the hall.

While going to school in Arlington, Sherman was a three-sport athlete, playing soccer, basketball and baseball.

The 2003 Arlington graduate holds program records on the soccer field with 30 goals in a season and 71 tallies for his Eagles career. In basketball, he scored 975 points, while leading his team to a state championship his senior year.

Following his time in Arlington, he went on to play collegiate soccer at Saint Michael's.

The induction ceremony is scheduled for May 4 at the Capitol Plaza Hotel and Conference Center in Montpelier. The event is set to begin 5 p.m. with banquet tickets costing $45.

For more tickets and more information, contact Delina Benway at the VPA at (802)-229-0547 or visit vpaonline.org.

Indians remain undefeated

BERNE, N.Y. — After being down by one point after the first quarter against Berne-Knox, the Cambridge girls basketball team took control in the second and carried control throughout the rest of the game to snatch a 58-34 win on the road.

The win pushes the Indians record to 14-0 on the season.

Lilly Phillips led the way for Cambridge with 20 points, while Fiona Mooney added 14 points.

Sophomore Taylor Meacham led the Bulldogs with 14 points.

Berne-Knox was able to hold the Indians leading scorer Sophie Phillips in check, as the freshman scored just three points Tuesday.

Senior Helen Mooney returned from injury, after being sidelined for the last five games. She scored four points in the contest.

The Indians are back in action Friday on the road against Berlin.

BBA wins third game in four days

BRANDON — The Burr and Burton girls basketball team is on a winning streak, scoring its third straight victory, a 42-29 win on Tuesday over Otter Valley.

Emily Bleakie had a double-double to lead the Bulldogs, scoring 11 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. Carol Herbert added nine as BBA improves to 4-7 on the year.

Otter Valley's Gabriela Poalino had a team-high 11.

BBA travels to Leland & Gray on Saturday for a 5:30 p.m. game.

Second Storm signup

BENNINGTON — Become a member of the 2017 New England Football League Maritime Division champions, the Southern Vermont Storm. The team is looking for players for next season in all positions.

The sign-up event will be on February 2 at 6 p.m. at JC's Tavern in Bennington.

For more information, contact Storm general manager Chris Cipperley at 518-728-7583.


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