Bulldogs slip past Greylock


MANCHESTER — The Burr and Burton girls lacrosse team won its sixth game in a row on Saturday, holding on for an 11-10 victory at Taylor Field.

BBA led 8-5 at the half, but with 10 minutes left, Mount Greylock took the lead. But the Bulldogs struck back in the final minutes, the tying goal and then Jessie Forstmann's winning goal with about 90 seconds left.

Forstmann led the way for BBA with six goals, while Cat Greenberg added a pair of tallies. Shayla Heekin, Aggie Bisselle and Carly Gayda each added single scores. Bisselle also had two assists, while Bella Dworkin added an assist.

Mount Greylock's high scorer was Emma Polumbo with five goals.

BBA record is now 8-5 and hosts Rutland today at 4:30 p.m.

Bulldogs top Rutland

RUTLAND >> The Burr and Burton boys lacrosse team took a five-goal lead at halftime and held it throughout a 12-7 victory over Rutland on Saturday.

Top scorers for the Bulldogs included Max Pagnucco, who had four goals and an assist, Carter Vickers with three goals and Will Baker with one goal and two assists.

BBA improves to 10-4 and hosts Mount Anthony on Tuesday afternoon.

MAU, Cambridge compete in New York meet

SCHUYLERVILLE, N.Y. >> Mount Anthony's Alan Bernard and Skyler Hoyt each had individual victories as the Patriots competed at the Schuylerville Classic on Friday.

Bernard won the 200 meters in 23.82 seconds, while Hoyt won the long jump with a mark of 20 feet, 2.75 inches.

Tanner Jelley finished second in the long jump with a leap of 18 feet, 11.75 inches.

Other top six finishers for the Mount Anthony boys included Bernard with a third in the 100 meters, Hoyt was third in the high jump and Nick Anderson was fourth in the 400 meters.

On the girls side, Abbie Crosier was third in the 400 in 1:06.67, while Asuka Kosaki was fifth in 1:07.75. Kosaki was sixth in the 800, while Paige Greenawalt was fourth in the mile, finishing in 5:59.30. Sophia Prandini was sixth in the 100 hurdles, while Crosier was fourth in the long jump with a mark of 15 feet, 1.75 inches. In that event, teammate Abby Whitman ended up sixth with a jump of 14 feet, 5.50 inches. Faith Sullivan was sixth in the shotput with a throw of 27 feet, 7.25 inches.

Competing against many larger schools, the Cambridge girls team had a very successful meet. The Indians' 4x100 and 4x200 relays both won, the 4x1 team of Helen Mooney, Lila Nolan, Grace Snyder and Lilly Snyder in 54.01 seconds and the 4x2 team of Helen Mooney and sister Olivia Mooney, along with both Snyders, in 1:51.77.

The Indians also came home first in the 1600 sprint relay in 4:34.54.

Olivia Mooney won the high jump easily with a leap of 5 feet, 5 inches — nearly a foot better than anyone else. She was also second in the 400 meters in 1:03.22. Helen Mooney was third in the long jump, while Lynn Brownell placed in the shotput.

Anna Headwell was sixth in the mile, finishing in 6:01.09. For the boys, Sullivan Gordon was second in the 400 meters in 53.06.

Cambridge will next compete in the Group 4 championships at Stillwater on Friday.

BBA football camp

MANCHESTER >> The Sparxx Athletics football camp for youth players will run from July 11 to 14 at Taylor Field on the campus of Burr and Burton Academy.

The camp, which goes each day from 5 to 8 p.m., will showcase the top college and high school football players in the area in a hands-on experience to improve the grassroots of football.

The cost to attend the camp is $100, and $125 after June 1.

The best way to register is to visit the website at sparxxathletics.wix.com/sparxxathletics. For more information, call (802) 733-6672 or email sparxxathletics@gmail.com

Werner holding annual soccer camps

ARLINGTON >> Retired Arlington and Castleton soccer coach John Werner will again be running soccer camps locally. Werner and his experienced staff are committed to providing a quality camp experience, with the emphasis on learning and fun, at a reasonable cost.

The three camps are as follows:

The Battenkill Soccer Camp for those entering grades 1 through 8 will be held the week of July 18 from 9 a.m. until noon at Greenwich Central School in Greenwich, N.Y. This camp emphasizes the technical development of each player as well as small group tactics. The co-director is Coach Tim Kelleher, Greenwich varsity boys coach.

The Arlington Soccer Camp for those entering grades 1 through 8 will be held the week of August 1 from 9 a.m. until noon at Arlington High School. This camp also emphasizes the technical development of each player as well as small group tactics.

The Arlington Senior Soccer Camp for those entering grades 9 through 12 will be held the week of August 1 from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Arlington High School. This camp includes position specific training.

For more details or sign-up information, go to johnwernersoccer.com.


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