MVL wrestling all-stars honored
BENNINGTON >> Thirteen Mount Anthony wrestlers were honored with Marble Valley League awards, announced recently by the league.
Mount Anthony's Tyson Sauer (106 pounds), Ashdin Schaefer (113), Keenan Taylor(120), Calvin Call (126), Tyler Raetz (138), Zach Sauer (152), Tyler Burgess (160), Austin Prendergast (170), AJ Wright (182), Dakota King (195) and Calvin Hayford (285) all were chosen individually in their respective weight classes.
Raetz (fifth) and King (sixth) finished their senior seasons with podium finishes at the New England tournament.
Gage McLaughlin shared the honors at 132 pounds with Dakota Peters of Rutland, while Sebastian Rocher shared the honors at 220 pounds with Jake Lober of Bellows Falls.
Mill River's Zach Allen was the sole choice at 145 pounds. He placed sixth at New Englands.
Senior all-stars participants named
BENNINGTON >> Seven local athletes will compete in Saturday's senior all-star games at Windsor High School, put together by the Vermont Basketball Coaches Association.
There will be four games matching North and South teams on Saturday — Division 3/4 girls at 11 a.m., Division 3/4 boys at 1 p.m., Division 1/2 girls at 3 p.m. and Division 1/2 boys at 5 p.m.
Arlington's Austin Hawley will be a part of the South team in Division 3/4, the only boy or girl in the smaller divisions from a local school.
For the Division 1/2 girls, Mount Anthony's Kathryn Frasier will join Burr and Burton Academy's Hannah Nicholson and Tessa Roberts on the South team, while for the Division 1/2 boys, Mount Anthony's Jonas Parker, Tyler Champagne and Damon Burgess will be on the South team.
In between the second and third games, there will be a three-point contest for the second year in a row. The competitors in that have not been released yet.
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