Patriots blank Brattleboro
Chloe Rogers scored both goals for the Patriots in the second half. MAU goalie Savannah Rogers had three saves as the Patriots improve to 1-2-1.
They'll host Fair Haven on Thursday.
MAU routs Drury
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Mount Anthony girls soccer team beat Drury on Tuesday, 8-0.
Six different players scored for the Patriots, led by Antonia Pellon and Kaidin Gauthier, who each had two goals.
Jordan Mattison, Emma Arlotta, Caroline Musinski and Rebecca Crosier also scored goals against the Blue Devils.
Gauthier had two assists, Arlotta had one, Allie Bullett added a helper, as did Katie O'Brien.
Maddy Breese and Taylor Andrews combined for four saves.
The Patriots travel to Rutland on Saturday.
Greenwich edges Hoosick
GREENWICH, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls golf team was edged, 3 1/2 to 2 1/2, on Tuesday at the Battonkill Golf Club.
Ryan Bloomer and Stephanie Merwin won their matches for Hoosick Falls — Merwin shooting a 49, her best score in competition.
On the other side, Reed Boduch topped Mathew Smith and Dawson Polley won against Miles Smith. At No. 3, Connor Smith and Jake Owens tied, leaving the match at 2 1/2-2 1/2. The tiebreaker was the sixth golfer and Tyler Ziehm edged Brady Hathaway, 2-and-1.
Bloomer was the medalist with a 37. Hoosick Falls is 10-3, while Greenwich is 11-1 on the year.
Eagles rout MSJ
RUTLAND — The Arlington girls soccer team continued its early-season dominance with a 9-0 rout over Mount St. Joseph on Tuesday.
Haley Mattison, who opened the scoring with a goal in 12 seconds, had four goals and an assist, while Tess Belnap added three scores and an assist. Xandria Hoyt added the final two goals and had an assist as well.
Amiah Olson was strong in the midfield and Shaana Staab made two saves for the shutout.
The Eagles face Long Trail on Thursday.
Seacord's hat trick propels Indians
CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — Miranda Seacord scored three times to lead the Cambridge girls soccer team to a 4-1 Wasaren League win over Berlin on Monday.
Grace Snyder had the first goal of the afternoon, assisted by Helen Mooney, before Seacord did her thing, scoring the first two unassisted and the last one off a helper from Lily Phillips.
Rylie Kells scored the lone goal for the Mountaineers.
Cambridge's Victoria Dupuis had seven saves as the Indians improve to 4-2 on the year.
MAU golf falls to Taconic
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Mount Anthony golf team dropped a match with Taconic on Monday.
The Patriots were led by Jack Bushee's 37, a round capped off with a birdie on the fifth hole.
The overall medalist was Taconic's Mike Kays, who shot a 1-over 36 with birdies on the fourth and eighth holes.
MAU's other scorers were Andrew Marsden with a 46, Michael McKenna and Nick Salem with 56 and Nick Pappas with a 67.
Arlington Golf Association
ARLINGTON — The Arlington Golf Association ended their season with a open scramble tournament on Sunday. Finishing in first place with a score of 53 for 18 holes were Larry Rowe, Dale Drake and John Nelson.
Placing second with a score of 56 were Linda Nelson, Traci Green and Zach Bearsdoin.
The third place finishers with a 58 were Josh Senecal, Margaret Mailhot and David Fuller. The 4 other teams each scored 61! It was a great way to end the season.
Closest to the pin winners were Larry Rowe and Pam Clough. All winners received Price Chopper gift cards.
After the tournament the players attended a meeting/luncheon at Chauncey's. The newly elected president is Dennis Ayers with other officers remaining in their positions for the next season: Pam Clough V. P., Buffie Race Sec't, prizes & publicity and Gloria Howell as treasurer. TBA is the new leader for the Tuesday night league. Both Charlie Kenison and Diane Meade were recognized for their time and energy and the years of service they have both given to the Arlington Golf Association. If you know now that you would like to join our super fun and friendly golf group (all ages & skill ability are welcome) please contact Gloria Howell PO BOX 133, Arlington, Vt. 05250.
Sodbusters compete in fall tournament
BRISTOL — Members of the Bennington Horseshoe Club competed in a fall tournament in Bristol over the weekend.
Denny Young went 4-2 in the Class D event, while Damon Young was 2-3 in the Class F event. In Class G, Dave Dickinson was 4-2 and second overall, while Tim Wilson was 2-3.
Cindy Drake was 2-3 in Class I and Bonnie Davis was 1-4 in Class J.
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