Hoosick Falls earns six seed in Class D tournament

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HOOSICK, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls girls lacrosse team was picked as the No. 6 seed in the Class D Section II tournament.

The Panthers will take on No. 3 seed Cohoes in the first round of the tournament on Friday.

Hoosick Falls sits at 4-10 heading into the playoffs. They played the Tigers twice this season and split the two games. The Panthers won the first matchup 7-5 last week and lost to Cohoes Monday 13-11.

The game is scheduled for 4:15 in Cohoes Friday afternoon. The winner of the 3-6 matchup will take on the winner of the No. 2 CCHS and No. 7 Glens Falls game Tuesday afternoon.

Panthers beat Indians in crossover

HOOSICK, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls baseball team made its sectional tournament hopes a little bit brighter Wednesday afternoon with a 6-3 win against Cambridge in its crossover game.

Andrew Stevens got the start on the mound for the Panthers and pitched a gem. The senior pitched a complete game, striking out six batters, allowing four hits and just one earned run.

Hoosick Falls' big hit came in the fourth when senior Ryan Landry hit a two-run homerun. Nick Houghton had a pair of doubles for the Panthers, while Zack Morine had an RBI single and Ryan Bloomer had an RBI double.

Nate Genevick and Nate Woodworth both had a double for Cambridge in the loss.

Both teams sit at 4-10 in the Wasaren League at the conclusion of regular season play. Hoosick Falls has a 5-12 overall mark and Cambridge is 5-11.

Both teams now wait to see what their sectional tournament fate is as the seedings come out tomorrow afternoon.

Patriots shut out Drury

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Mount Anthony softball team shut out Drury on the road with a 12-0 win in six innings.

Taylor Dicranian had a strong outing on the mound for the Patriots, going all six innings and striking out a pair, while allowing just five hits.

Dicranian was strong at the plate as well as she went 3-for-4 with two singles and a double.

Emilie O'Brien had three singles on the day, while her older sister Kaity O'Brien had two hits and a pair of RBIs.

MAU improves to 11-1 on the season and plays BBA on the road Friday. Saturday, they are back at home against Brattleboro at 10 a.m

BBA edges MAU

MANCHESTER — The Burr and Burton boys tennis team won three singles matches to two for Mount Anthony and that was the difference in BBA's 4-3 win at home Wednesday.

The Bulldogs won at No. 2 singles with Nick Plants beating MAU's Nick Pappas in straight sets. At No. 3 singles, BBA's Chapin Erye topped the Patriots' Luke Williams and then the Bulldogs' Eric Lin beast Gabe Miles in straight sets.

BBA picked up its decisive fourth win at No. 1 doubles with Sam Charette and James Wachala winning their match in a three-set tiebreak.

MAU won at No. 1 singles with Michael Niemi topping BBA's Will Simmers. At No. 4 singles, the Patriots' Brandon Anderson lost the first set, but came back to win the next two to win his match.

Jason Li and Matt Corey picked up MAU's last win at No. 2 doubles in straight sets.

The Bulldogs improve to 4-4 on the season, while the Patriots fall to 5-4.

BBA's next match is Friday on the road at Brattleboro, while MAU's next match is Friday at home against Woodstock.

Milliman shines in HF win

VOORHEESVILLE, N.Y. — Guy Milliman was the offensive catalyst in the Hoosick Falls boys lacrosse team's 14-13 win against Voorheesville Wednesday.

The senior midfielder had seven goals and two assists on the day. He took nine shots, so he executed most of his chances to find the back of the net.

Zaine Becker, David Everard and A.J. Hurlburt all had two goals, while Liam McGarvin scored once.

Panthers goalie Roman Vyvial made 11 saves in the contest.

Hoosick Falls plays Cambridge on the road Thursday.

BBA offense shines

RUTLAND — The Burr and Burton baseball team's offense shined in a big way during BBA's 14-6 win against Rutland Wednesday afternoon.

The Bulldogs went into the third inning with a 6-1 lead, but the Raiders battled back to tie the game at six by the end of the inning.

BBA buckled down from there and held Rutland the rest of the way, while its offense heated up again to cruise to the win.

Ethan Senacal picked up the win for his effort on the mound. Joey McCoy and Jay McCoy combined for three innings of relief to shut down the Raiders late in the game.

Chandler Pouk went 4-fo-4 at the plate with a triple and four runs scored. Daniel Hatheway went 3-for-5 on the day.

Catcher Owen King had two hits and an RBI, while Jay McCoy scored three times.

BBA improves to 8-3 on the season and plays Drury tomorrow on the road. The Bulldogs finish the week against rival Mount Anthony at home Friday. Friday's contest is going to be BBA's Veteran's Game, where a veteran will throw out the honorary first pitch.

BBA softball run-ruled by Rutland

RUTLAND — The Burr and Burton softball team dropped a 21-6 decision to Rutland on Wednesday.

BBA led 4-0 early, but Rutland came back with eight runs in the second to take a lead they would not relinquish.

Kaitlyn North and Amber Morris had two hits apiece for BBA, who dropped to 2-10. Rutland is 6-6.

Taylor Surething had three hits and Delaney Courcelle, Sydney Veilleuxand Caitlin St. Onge had two hits apiece for Rutland.


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