Crosier takes first at Dartmouth meet
Crosier edged a pair of runners to cross the line first in the 300 meters, finishing in a time of 44.32 seconds. She was also third overall in the long jump, with a mark of 15 feet, 2 inches.
On the boys side, Skyler Hoyt was the only finisher in the top six, finishing fourth in the long jump with a leap of 19 feet, 2.5 inches, only two inches behind the winner.
Evan Page won his heat in the 1,500 meters, but finished eighth overall in the event.
MAU goes to Springfield College next on January 7.
BBA wins Bouthillier consolation game
HARTFORD — Alex Carpenter had a hat trick and Ethan Simonds came up with 12 saves in Burr and Burton's 6-2 win on Thursday in the consolation round of the Bouthillier tournament.
Carpenter was joined on the scoresheet by Cam Turner's pair of goals, along with Steven Schmitt's goal in the second period.
Egan Schmitt had a pair of assists, while Owen King, Hans Pederson and Quinn Murnaghan all added assists.
BBA is 3-1 on the year and hosts North Country at 7 p.m. Saturday at Riley Rink. The team will be hosting a holiday costume competition for a prize as well.
Woodstock won the championship game by a score of 6-2.
Bulldogs roll past Eagles
GRANVILLE, N.Y. — The Burr and Burton boys basketball team got out to a double-digit lead en route to a 75-45 win over Arlington in the consolation game of the Granville tournament.
Five players scored in double digits for BBA. Patrick Fortsmann led the Bulldogs with 14 points. Bryce Little (12), Jake Nicholson (11), Tommy Baker (11) and Jay McCoy (10) all had strong games as well for BBA.
McCoy was a force on the back boards too, as the senior notched 10 rebounds to complete the double-double.
The Eagles were paced by Jack Lane, who scored 19 in the contest.
Arlington is back in action January 3 against Twin Valley at home, while BBA plays next against South Burlington on January 5.
Patriots lose to Rice
SOUTH BURLINGTON — The outcome was never really in doubt in the Mount Anthony girls basketball team's game against Rice Thursday.
The Knights opened up a lead early and never looked back as they topped MAU 82-33 in South Burlington.
Rice was led offensively by Lisa Sulejmani with 21 points. The rest of the scoring was very balanced for the Knights, with Lizzie Lyman adding 13, Fiona Connolly with 10, and Kristen Varina and Carley Hill all getting in on the scoring with nine points.
The Patriots were led by Grace Mahar, who scored 10 in the contest.
MAU will play Burlington on Saturday at home. Tip off is set for 1 p.m.
Glens Falls downs Panthers
GLENS FALLS, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls boys basketball team gave Glens Falls all it could handle Thursday night, but the Panthers would come out on the losing end, as the Indians went on to an 87-82 victory.
Glens Falls' all-time leading scorer Joseph Girard III did what he does best against Hoosick Falls and that is put the ball in the basket. Girard led all scorers with 50 points in the contest. Trent Girard added 22 for the Indians.
The trio of Evan McCart, Jon Kempf and Guy Milliman have been the offensive leaders all season for the Panthers and each of them had a big game Thursday.
McCart led Hoosick Falls with 29 points, while Kempf and Milliman added 22 and 17, respectively.
The Panthers return to action on January 5 against Mechanicville at home.
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