Hoyt, Crosier shine for MAU before states
Skyler Hoyt and Rebecca Crosier continued to dominate in their respective events as they both scored points at the Patriots final meet before states.
Crosier started off the day with a school record on her second triple jump attempt with a distance of 32'9.5".
She then placed 6th in the 300m shortly after while getting spiked in the process. She is currently ranked top 8 in four events.
Hoyt had a solid performance and became the first Vermont long jumper to break that 20' mark this season. He goes into his final indoor state championship ranked first out of both divisions.
MAU's distance squad of Paige Greenawalt, Evan Page and Mattheu Longtin all had strong performances and are looking strong heading into next weekend.
Emma Salem, Jack Haynes, Carli Kipp and Cooper Mason all had personal bests in their sprints.
The Patriots will compete in the Division I state meet this Saturday at the UVM Field House in Burlington.
MSJ tops Eagles
RUTLAND — The Arlington girls basketball team fell to Mount Saint Joseph 40-27 on the road Monday.
The second quarter was the difference in the game as MSJ outscored the Eagles 16-1 in that quarter.
Erin Murphy paced Arlington offensively, as she scored 15 of the team's points.
Three MSJ players scored in double figures Monday.
The Eagles will play Proctor Thursday night.
Main honored Monday
ATTLEBORO, Mass. - Southern Vermont College women's basketball junior Maddy Main was named the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) women's basketball Rookie of the Week Monday.
The honor is the fifth this season for the Mountaineer forward.
Main continued her strong rookie campaign last week, as she averaged 15 points, 11 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 2.5 steals per game in SVC's two contests.
She notched 21 points and 14 boards against Becker College on Wednesday for her 12th double-double of the year and added four blocked shots in the effort. Main then had nine points, a team-high eight rebounds, five assists, and four steals on Saturday at Dean College.
Main and the Mountaineers are back in action this Wednesday with their final home game of the year against Bay Path University at 7 p.m.
Hockey tournament at Riley Rink
MANCHESTER — The Northshire Hockey Association will be hosting the Vermont State Youth Hockey Tournament at Riley Rink in Manchester on February 9-11.
"We're honored to have been chosen as host for the entire Tier 3 14U Division," said NHA Tournament Director, Karen Grabher. "We will be hosting eight teams from all over Vermont and it will be exciting to have them all play at Riley Rink."
Hundreds of hockey players, parents and fans from across the state will converge at Riley Rink during the weekend.
Eight teams, including one representing the Northshire Hockey Association, will play a round robin format. Advancing teams will battle in the semifinals later in the weekend. The top two teams will advance to the state championship weekend in March.
"We're eager to welcome the teams to Manchester and have them play at one of the top facilities in the state," said Grabher. "We are looking forward to an exciting weekend of youth hockey."
Schedule of events will soon be posted online at www.northshirehockey.org. Admission will be $2 for adults and $1 for kids ages 12-18. Kids under 12 are free. A 3-day pass is also available for $5 for adults and $2 for kids ages 12-18. All gate proceeds will benefit Northshire Hockey Association.
For more information on the tournament or youth hockey, contact Karen Grabher at (802) 362-8218 or email@example.com.
Young women's softball
BENNINGTON — Young Woman's Softball Sign ups will be held today and February 15 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Bennington Fire House on River Street, and February 15 at Molly Stark Elementary School from 6-7:30. All girls ages 7-12 yrs old as of January 1 are welcome. Fees are $55 per player: $95 two players same family: $130 three or more players same family. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding the league or sign up online at www.youngwomansoftball.com.
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