Eagles remain perfect after 5-0 win
Hailey Mattison had a hat trick, while Tess Belnap scored her 11th and 12th goals of the year in the second half.
Mattison's first goal came in the eighth minute to give Arlington a lead they would not relinquish.
Katie Berger was the leader of the defense that kept the clean slate. Shaana Staab made a single save for the shutout.
Arlington is 4-0 and travel to Mount St. Joseph on Tuesday.
Panthers sweep Valley
GREENWICH, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls golf team swept Hoosic Valley, 5-0, on Thursday at the Battonkill Country Club.
Ryan Bloomer topped Brett Norman 2-and-1, while Mathew Smith won against Oliver Eckler 4-and-2. Connor Smith beat Nolan Rafferty 3-and-2, while Miles Smith beat Isaiah Eckler 3-and-1. At No. 5 Stephanie Merwin topped Brandon Watkins 5-and-4.
The Panthers improve to 9-2 and they host Cambridge on Monday at the Hoosick Falls Country Club.
Cambridge edges Spa Catholic
CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — The Cambridge Indians defeated Spa Catholic on Thursday afternoon, 2-1. After a scoreless first half that saw little action from either team, the Indians started off the second half with better control, and took the lead on a volley from Eli Robertson from Carter Hall. Saratoga Catholic answered when Dante Marin dribbled the ball across the box and shed two defenders to put a shot in the back of the net.
Cambridge scored to go ahead on a pass from Daniel Medina to Ian Montgomery. Both goalkeepers made key saves to keep the game close.
Cambridge is 4-2 and hosts Tamarac on Tuesday.
Hoosick still unbeaten
CORINTH, N.Y. — Lillian Hickey scored all three goals to lead the Hoosick Falls field hockey team to a 3-1 win over Corinth on Wednesday.
She scored nine minutes into the game to give the Panthers the advantage, then made it 2-1 with a goal in the final minute of the first half. Madison Sprague had an assist.
Zoe Gress got the win, making a single save. Hoosick Falls is 5-0 on the year.
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.
3D Archery competition
BENNINGTON — The Catamount Bow Hunters will host their final 3D shoot of the year on Sept. 17.
Registration is from 7 a.m. to noon and costs $10 for adults, $5 for youths and cubs are free with paid adult. Food and beverages are available and everyone is welcome.
The event will be on Fuller Road (the first left past the Apple Barn). For more information, contact 802-442-3667 or go to their Facebook page, www.facebook.com/CatamountBowHunters.
Arlington coach openings
ARLINGTON — Arlington Memorial High School & Middle School has three coach openings for the 2017-2018 school year: middle school boys head basketball coach, varsity boys head basketball coach, and varsity baseball head coach.
Coaches oversee all aspects of their program. The positions are open until filled. Interested candidates should submit a completed Coaches Application form, which can be found on the school's website, www.arlingtonmemorialhighschool.org, under the Athletic Department link as well as a resume of coaching experience and a list of references with contact information.
For more information, contact AMHS Athletic Director Ashley Hoyt at email@example.com or 802.375.2589, extension 137.
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