Page, Umphlett have top-20 finish at Woods Trail Run
In the boys race, Evan Page was 17th overall with a time of 17 minutes, 30.82 seconds. In the girls race, Sarah Umphlett was 18th overall in a time of 20 minutes, 54.31 seconds.
The MAU girls had a pair of runners in the top 100 as well, with Paige Greenawalt 78th and Maggie Payne 88th out of 504 runners. Amelia Schroeder and Morgan Prouty finished out the scoring for the Patriots, who were 19th as a team out of 42. CVU won the event, ahead of Burlington and Souhegan, N.H.
On the boys side, Page's run was followed by Shawn Tobin in 102nd and Asa Burrows-Crane in 155th out of 657 competitors.
Anthony Mazzola and Cooper Mason rounded out the scoring for MAU, who were 17th out of 50 teams. U-32, Burlington and Essex finished as the top three as a team.
Burr and Burton's Emma Tschaikowsky was the top Bulldog runner in 119th, followed by Maggie Brown in 146th. Harriet Dahlstrom, Claire Iannuzzi and Olivia Garvin rounded out the scoring for BBA, who were 26th overall as a team.
On the boys side, Tyler Jager was the first Bulldog across the line in 223rd. Boden Morris, Matty Sullivan, Joe Sagno, and Brandon Perra rounded out the scoring. The BBA boys were 40th as a team.
Indians shut out Cohoes
CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — The Cambridge football team used a massive first quarter to bounce back from last weekend's loss to Greenwich, scoring 34 points in the opening 12 minutes to rout Cohoes, 58-0, on Saturday.
Cambridge began the game with a 37-yard touchdown pass from Zack Rowland to Soyer Mattson. Then they added a 41 yard run from Tommy English, a 50-yard punt return by Kaedin Ogilvie, a 2-yard run from 340-pound defensive lineman Keenan McCauley and a 25-yard jaunt from Gabe Sgambettera for a 34-0 lead.
In the second quarter, Colton Dean and Owen Foyle added touchdown runs to make it 48-0 at halftime.
Helen Mooney kicked the first field goal of her career in the third quarter, a 31-yarder, and Paul DuJack capped the scoring with a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter.
As a team, Cambridge rushed for 202 yards on 25 carries. Rowland complete both of his passes, the touchdown to Mattson and a 36-yarder to Brad Rowland.
Bulldogs rout Mill River
NORTH CLARENDON — The Burr and Burton boys soccer team traveled to Mill River and came away with a 5-0 win on Friday.
Senior striker Matt Mayne netted two first half goals and then completed the hat trick assisted by senior Ian Maier in the 72nd minute.
Four of the five goals were off assists — Ben Stewart, Jordan Eisenman, Ian MacFarlane, and Ian Maier. Maier also scored his first varsity goal off a a textbook cross from MacFarlane. Senior Bennie Osnow scored the first goal of the second half on a rebound off the crossbar from a shot by Mayne. Junior keeper Garren Aberth recorded the shutout, the first of the year for the Bulldogs, who are 4-3-2.
SVC men edged by Canton
CANTON, N.Y. — The Southern Vermont College defense was nearly able to force overtime Sunday afternoon in non-conference men's soccer action at SUNY Canton, but the hosting Kangaroos scored in the 81st minute for the 1-0 victory.
Canton outshot SVC by a 26-2 clip and had a 9-0 advantage in attempts on net throughout the day. The Roos also took a 10-0 upper hand in corner kicks as they controlled the pace of the game, although they were nearly kept off the board by the Mountaineer backfield and goalkeeping unit.
The hosts took 11 shots to SVC's one in the opening 45 minutes of play, but Berg turned away all six that were on frame to keep the match scoreless at halftime. The Mountaineers conceded just a single shot on net in the first 35 minutes of the second stanza — only to see the next Roo attempt beat the SVC netminder for the slim 1-0 edge. Southern Vermont got a shot off four minutes later in a push to tie it up, but the ball sailed high before Canton closed out the win.
Mountaineer goalkeeper Dylan Berg posted eight saves in the loss (4-10).
Sunday's game was the Mountaineers' seventh of the year decided by a single tally; the Mountaineers are 3-4 in those contests.
SVC (4-10) is next in action on Saturday with a 3:30 p.m. New England Collegiate Conference game at home against Dean College.
SVC women record fifth straight clean sheet
BENNINGTON — Once it found a rhythm, the Southern Vermont College women's soccer offense kept rolling for the Mountaineers to post a 5-0 New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) win over Wheelock College at Everett Field on Saturday.
SVC scored four times during a 15-minute stretch of the first half, and the hosts added one more in the second stanza while keeping the Wildcats off the board throughout the match for the team's fifth-straight shutout.
A pair of SVC players scored their first goals of the year, including senior captain Natalie Rose Canterbury. Junior captain Molly Madore registered a goal and an assist in the win.
SVC got the ball deep into WC territory with a launched free kick, and a failed clearing attempt from the Wildcat defense allowed it to find Canterbury; she pushed home a shot from a few yards away for her third collegiate tally.
Just over 10 minutes later, Southern Vermont struck again.. Madore fought the ball away from a Wheelock defender on the left side of the pitch and worked it into the box near the goal line; she sent a pass across the frame where junior Vanessa Kendall ran on and slammed it into the back of the cage for her first career goal.
Sixty-three seconds after that, SVC connected once again. Sophomore Ashley Blom took the ball in the middle of the pitch and sent a great pass up the gut and through the Wheelock defense; classmate Taylor Mallett got on the other end of the play and sent her first touch from the top of the box into the lower-left corner of the frame for her third of the season.
Nicole Shapiro took the ball from about 25 yards out on the right side of the field and carried it all the way to the six-yard box in the 37th minute. She sent in a pass at the last second to the middle of the goal area where Madore was waiting to punch in her fifth of the year on her first touch.
Almost 25 minutes after the intermission, SVC found the back of the net one last time. Shapiro got to a Wildcat clearing attempt near the right touchline and sent the ball back in towards the top of the box; junior Naya Cerda met it there and took a touch to settle the ball before lacing her second of the season into the left part of the net.
The Mountaineers improve to 7-4 with their five-game winning streak and move to 2-1 in league play; they will next head to Mitchell College on Monday for a 1 p.m. NECC matchup.
SVC men top Becker in NECC
BENNINGTON — In its sixth game of the year decided by a single goal, the Southern Vermont College men's soccer team held on to a tight 1-0 lead through the final whistle to top Becker College Saturday afternoon in New England Collegiate Conference action at Everett Field.
After the physical contest went to halftime as a scoreless stalemate, Southern Vermont got on the board with a strike in the 51st minute. The Hawks pushed to find the equalizer but could only put one shot on net the rest of the way as SVC closed out the league victory.
SVC junior captain Nikolas Joseph scored the lone goal of the day as Dylan Berg turned away all four Becker shots on frame in the win (4-9) for his second collegiate shutout.
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