Indians power past Berlin


CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. >> The Cambridge Central School girls basketball team won its 12th game of the year on Monday night, when they defeated Berlin in a dominating 51-16 victory.

The Indians had three players in double figures on the night, which was led by Olivia Mooney, who had a game-high 16 points. Bridey Nolan and Mooney's sister Helen, were the other two players in double figures on the night, Nolan with 12 and Helen Mooney with 10.

Early on it looked like Cambridge was going to have their hands full with Berlin, with only a two point lead going into the second quarter.

From that point on the Indians outscored Berlin, 43-10, allowing them to cruise to a 35-point victory.

Cambridge will host Wasaren League rival Mechanicville on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.

Cambridge boys basketball holds on to defeat North Warren

NORTH WARREN, N.Y. >> The Cambridge Central School boys basketball team got a much needed win on Monday night against North Warren.

The Indians were able to hold off a second half comeback by North Warren and escape with a 51-38 victory.

Cambridge had three players in double figures on the night, with Kordell Benson leading the way with a game-high 17 points in the contest.

Brenden Holcomb and Daniel Genevick each had a solid night on the court for Cambridge, scoring 12 and 11 points respectivley, to help the Indians win their sixth game of the season.

Cambridge will try to make it back-to-back wins tonight when they travel to play Wasaren League rival Mechanicville at 7:30 p.m.

Pownal youth baseball sign-up

POWNAL >> The Pownal Cal Ripken baseball league is open to all Bennington, Pownal and surrounding area children from ages 4 to 12. Players between 9 and 12 years old can play in Massachusetts Cal Ripken state and district tournaments.

Pownal Cal Ripken offers 50/70 baseball for all major league level players.

There's no registration fee, but parents are required to sell eight raffle tickets per players with a max of 16 per family.

Sign-ups will take place on February 3 and February 10 at Pownal Elementary School from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Call Lori Gratton at 802-447-2510 or e-mail for more information or questions.

Hoosick boys edged by Watervliet

ALBANY, N.Y. >> The Hoosick Falls boys basketball team took a lead against Watervliet into the fourth quarter, but the Cannoneers outscored the Panthers by six in the last eight minutes for a 54-51 win on Sunday at Albany Academy.

Connor McCart led all scorers with 27 points for the Panthers, while Watervliet's Ty'Jon Gilmore led them with 26. Rem Hickey added 13 for Hoosick Falls, who drop to 11-6 overall.

MAU fourth at Rebels event

SOUTH BURLINGTON >> The Mount Anthony dance team finished fourth in the hip-hop and pom categories at Saturday's competition at South Burlington.

"I've proud of the team overall, the girls really pulled together and did a great performance," said MAU coach Erica Cummings. "We got some good comments back from [the] judges."

MAU travels to the Middlebury competition on Friday.

Hoosick soccer sign-up

HOOSICK, N.Y. >> The Hoosick Falls Soccer Club is opening up registration for the 2016 spring season.

There's a early bird special of $45 if registered and paid by March 1. Registration will be open until April 1.

The club is for players from pre-school to sixth grade.

For more information, visit or contact Laura at or 518-944-4971.


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