Roundup: Bulldogs tie with Rutland



RUTLAND -- The Burr and Burton Academy girls hockey team tied 3-3 with Rutland on Wednesday afternoon.

The Bulldogs went up 2-0 early in the second behind goals from Aggie Bisselle and Mary Leech, but Rutland was able to tie the game up before the second period finished and took the lead early in the third.

But with 1:25 to play and the Bulldogs on the power play, Kristi Lewicki dug the puck out from the corner and found Bisselle to tie things up.

"It was one of those games," BBA coach Ed Lewicki said. "It was not our best effort by a long shot."

Kaylie Benson stopped 13 shots for the Bulldogs, who move to 9-1-2 on the year.

Panthers trounce Granville

HOOSICK, N.Y. -- Behind a 14 point, 10-assist effort from Rachel Pine, the Hoosick Falls Central School girls basketball team topped Granville 67-23 on Wednesday night.

Pine hit 3 three-pointers in the first quarter to help get the Panthers rolling, while Kelly Pine scored eight of her 10 in the first quarter to give Hoosick Falls a 25-3 lead after eight minutes.

Olivia Schneider added nine points in the win, while Alyssa Houghton had seven.

Hoosick Falls moves to 7-2, 5-2 in the Wasaren League.

MAU swim sweeps

BENNINGTON -- The Mount Anthony Union High School swim team swept New Lebanon, N.Y. on Wednesday afternoon.

The girls won 114 to 51 while the boys won 73-24.

For the girls, all three relays won and Kate Ahearn was a double winner in the 200 individual medley and the 100 free. Phebe Hall won in the 50 free, Jenna Staab in the 100 fly, Emily Barlow in the 100 breast, and Baylee Ports in the 100 back.

For the boys, two relays teams won while Ryan Spencer was a double winner in the 100 breast and 100 free. Kevin Gorry won the 200 free, and Morgan Flynn won the 200 IM and the 100 fly.

MAU youth wrestling

BENNINGTON -- Wrestling sign-ups are still taking place for youth wrestlers in the area.

For those interested, contact Wayne Call at 802-952-8932.

Mack Attack AAU sign-ups

ARLINGTON -- The Mack Attack AAU girls’ basketball season will begin practicing on March 9, and sign-ups are ongoing.

The team provides participants with an opportunity to improve basketball skills and knowledge through a challenging level of play. Girls ages 8-17 who are interested in participating should contact coach Kerry Csizmesia at or call 860-326-5024. Information about the season, including tournament dates, costs, and registration forms can be found at Girls can register ahead of March 9 or meet with coach Csizmesia at the first practice.


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