Patriots plow past Wahconah


DALTON, MASS. >> The Mount Anthony Union High School boys basketball team continued its fantastic start to the season, with a 52-33 win over Wahconah on Wednesday night.

Tyler Champagne led the way for the Patriots with a team-high 14 points on the night. Jonas Parker also continued to shine for the Patriots this season, scoring 10 points in the win as well.

The Patriots defense held Wahconah to 11 points in the first half, which included holding the Warriors to zero field goal attempts in the second quarter.

Matthew Anderson had a team-high seven rebounds to help the Patriots win their seventh game of the season as well.

The 7-0 Patriots will now prepare for their toughest task of the season, when they host undefeated Burlington on Saturday at 2:30 p.m.

BBA girls hockey drops to U-32

BARRE >> The Burr and Burton Academy girls hockey team had it's losing streak extended to seven game on Wednesday night, with a 9-1 loss to U-32.

The Bulldogs grabbed an early 1-0 lead in the first period from senior Aggie Bisselle and were tied 1-1 with U-32 going into the second period. The second period would prove to be the demise for BBA, outscored 6-0 by U-32 in the period. U-32 would add two more goals in the third period to cruise to a 9-1 victory.

BBA goalie Molly Dingley had 26 saves in the loss.

With the loss BBA falls to 1-7 on the season. Their next game will be against Northfield next Wednesday at Kreitzberg Arena. Face-off is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

Arlington girls basketball

GRANVILLE, N.Y. >> The Arlington girls basketball team withstood a late charge from Granville in a 33-31 win on Wednesday.

Down two with the ball, the Golden Horde had the final shot but couldn't get it to fall as Arlington improves to 4-5 on the season.

Riley Lane led the Eagles with 14 points — 12 in the third quarter — including three from beyond the arc.

Xandria Hoyt added eight and Katie Berger pitched in seven for the Eagles.

"It was our best effort of the year, a team win," said Arlington coach Larry Andrews. "We played a really nice game on defense too."

Arlington is off until Jan. 11.


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