Flynn, Pine lead Panthers against Canton


HOOSICK, N.Y. — Megan Flynn and Kelly Pine led the Hoosick Falls girls basketball team to a 66-55 win over Canton in an intra-sectional game on Monday at Hoosick Falls.

The pair combined for 41 points, with Flynn leading the way with 23 points and Pine adding 18. Pine hit 10-of-12 from the free throw line — and the rest of the team followed as the Panthers made 20-of-26 from the stripe on the afternoon.

Lizza Ryan also was over double digits with 12 points as well.

For Canton, Natalie DiSalvo led with a 23-point performance. Katie Clemmer added eight for the Golden Bears.

MAU wrestling

LOWELL, Mass. >> Seven Mount Anthony wrestlers remain in the championship bracket at the Lowell Holiday tournament.

Tyson Sauer (106 pounds), Ashdin Schaefer at 113, Tyler Raetz (138), Tyler Burgess (160), AJ Wright (182), Dakota King (195) and Calvin Hayford (285) are still alive for one of the most coveted championships in New England wrestling.

Calvin Call, Keenan Taylor, Gage McLaughlin, Chris Mayer, Austin Condo, Austin Prendergast and Sebastian Rocher are in the wrestlebacks.

Wrestling continues today.

BBA girls hockey falls to Hartford

MANCHESTER >> Giving up two goals early in the game, the Burr and Burton Academy girls hockey team couldn't get over the hump in a 2-1 loss on Monday.

Megan Boardman and Emily Ballou tallied in the first period for Hartford and freshman goalie Maggie Gilman made it stand up with 35 saves.

Ashley Poddick scored her first varsity goal with 6:27 left for BBA's sole tally, assisted by Aggie Bisselle.

"We have to start better in the first period, we didn't give up a lot of shots in the last two periods, but we have to be stronger in the first," said BBA (1-6) coach Ed Lewicki.

Molly Dingley had 11 saves, including some 'highlight-reel' saves in the second and third period.


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