Hoosic Valley edges Cambridge


CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. >> In a close game throughout, the Cambridge girls basketball team fell to Hoosic Valley, 36-32, on Friday night.

Cambridge led by one at the half and tied after three quarters, but Hoosic Valley outscored them in the fourth, 10-6, for the victory.

Lynn Brownell led all scorers with 12 points, while Lilly Snyder added eight.

Kate Kennelly had 10 for Valley.

Cambridge is 9-3 and 5-2 in the Wasaren League and hosts Granville on Wednesday.

Hoosick Falls squeaks by Bengals

HOOSICK, N.Y. >> Outscoring Tamarac 16-7 in the fourth quarter, Hoosick Falls held off a charge to top Tamarac, 52-44.

Megan Flynn led the Panthers with a monster game, scoring 20 points and grabbing 17 rebounds. Ally Burdick had her best game of the year with 13 points, including a 5-for-6 performance from the free throw line.

Hannah Kreiger led Tamarac with 12, while Cassidy Medved added 11.

The Panthers improve to 10-1 and travels to Mechanicville on Wednesday.

Panthers top Tamarac

CLUMS CORNERS, N.Y. >> The Hoosick Falls boys basketball team bounced back after its loss on Wednesday with a 59-37 win on the road at Tamarac on Friday. Connor McCart led all scorers with 26, while Rem Hickey added 18.

Hoosick Falls is 4-5 on the year and play Saturday against Lake George at home.

BBA girls drop to Northfield

NORTHFIELD >> In a competitive game at Norwich University, the Burr and Burton Academy girls hockey team lost 5-3 to Northfield on Thursday.

Aggie Bisselle scored all three goals, the first two tied the game in the first period, then 18 seconds after Northfield took a 3-2 lead, she re-tied it in the second period.

Bisselle's first goal was assisted by Maddie Oliva and the second was assisted by Charleigh Carthy.

Molly Dingley made 34 saves. BBA hosts Rice on Saturday at 6:45 p.m. at Riley Rink.

Nordic skiing at Suicide Six

WOODSTOCK >> Middlebury had four of the five top skiers in the boys race as the Tigers rolled in the first Nordic ski meet of the season.

Brattleboro and Woodstock were second and third, respectively, while MAU was fourth and BBA fifth.

The Bulldogs' top scorer was Neil Thorley at 10th. Anders Proft was 12th, Carter Hall and Paton Marion rounded out the scoring.

For MAU, Ben Doucette was the best at 14th in 16 minutes, 45 seconds. Bill Greenwald, Thomas Hendery and Clayton Schroeder rounded out the event.

On the girls side, Woodstock had three of the top five finishers en route to the win. Mount Anthony was second and BBA third, while Middlebury was fourth and Brattleboro fifth.

Helena Bigelow was third overall and first for BBA in 17:35. Following her for the Bulldogs were Raili Utiger, Carly Gayda and Grace Braddish.

MAU's top finisher was Allie Boudreau in eighth, while Emily Altland was 11th, Bri Zipprich was 13th and Erica Hale was 16th.


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