Roundup: Amidon's sharp shooting leads MAU
Amidon hit five from beyond the arc overall to lead all scorers.
Matt Steadman had another strong game with 13 points and nine rebounds, while Matt Glanovsky added eight points and 11 rebounds. Freshman Gavin Johnson scored seven and pulled down 11 boards.
For Otter Valley, Tayson Williams led the way with 16, while Dylan Mackie chipped in 12.
MAU improves to 7-4 and travels to Manchester on Tuesday to face off with Burr and Burton in an Marble Valley League showdown.
Indians crush Mountaineers
BERLIN, N.Y. — The Cambridge girls basketball team led 57-0 at the half and cruised to a 70-4 victory on Friday night on the road.
Sophie and Lilly Phillips each led the Indians with 15, while Fiona Mooney added 11. Victoria Dupuis had nine and Helen Mooney eight.
"We played really well defensively, created a lot of turnovers," said Cambridge coach Tony Bochette.
Sophie Phillips had seven steals, leading the team, who had 16 overall.
Cambridge improves to 15-0 on the year.
Arlington edges Wildcats
WILMINGTON — The Arlington boys basketball team topped Twin Valley for the second time in a week on Friday, grabbing a 51-42 victory.
Chase Hoyt and Bailey Cross each had 10 points for the Eagles, who win their third straight game.
Arlington improves to 6-4 and travel to Springfield next Friday.
Balanced scoring leads BBA past Brattleboro
BRATTLEBORO — The Burr and Burton boys basketball team had three scorers in double figures as they topped Brattleboro, 55-39, on the road.
Jake Nicholson led BBA with 13, while Jay McCoy added 12 and Bryce Little chipped in with 10.
Brattleboro's Jack Price led with nine, while Adam Newton had eight.
BBA will host Mount Anthony on Tuesday for their annual Coaches vs Cancer game. Proceeds from the game will be donated to the organization.
Panthers start slow, finish strong
CLUMS CORNERS, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls boys basketball team outscored Tamarac in the second quarter, 24-7, en route to a 73-38 win on Friday night.
The Bengals finished the first quarter down just a pair, but the Panthers came out swinging in the second to get out to a big lead at halftime.
Hoosick Falls was led by senior Evan McCart, who scored 23 in the contest. Guy Milliman added 19, while Jon Kempf scored 14 points in the Panthers win.
Hoosick Falls improves to 10-4 on the season and remain undefeated in Wasaren League play.
Indians surge past Berlin
CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — The Cambridge boys basketball team pulled away in the second half for a 54-34 win on Friday night over Berlin.
A 15-5 run in the second quarter gave the Indians the advantage.
Tristen Williams led Cambridge with 25 points, including 12-of-16 from the line. Brendan Holcomb added 14. Berlin's Ryan Willis led with 15 points, while Tyler Kellar chipped in 14.
Cambridge is 9-4 and travels to Stillwater on Tuesday.
Second Storm signup
BENNINGTON — Become a member of the 2017 New England Football League Maritime Division champions, the Southern Vermont Storm. The team is looking for players for next season in all positions.
The sign-up event will be on February 2 at 6 p.m. at JC's Tavern in Bennington.
For more information, contact Storm general manager Chris Cipperley at 518-728-7583
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