Roundup: Indians survive Witches in OT
LOCAL SPORTS ROUNDUP
GREENWICH, N.Y. -- Matt Parmenter’s touchdown from 2 yards out and a pair of late defensive stands provided the lifelines for the Cambridge Central School football team in Friday night’s wild 42-34 overtime win against Greenwich.
Parmenter finished with four touchdowns on the ground for the Indians (6-0), including one to help tie the game 34-34 late in regulation and the game-winner in overtime.
Cambridge quarterback Ethan English fired a pair of touchdown passes.
Greenwich (4-2) led 20-18 at halftime.
Patriots shut out Slaters
BENNINGTON -- A stout defensive effort and a goal in each half led the Mount Anthony Union High School field hockey team to a 2-0 win against Fair Haven on Friday.
Dominant in the first half, MAU (6-4) fired 14 shots at Fair Haven (3-6) goalkeeper Jenna Alexander. But the Slaters’ backstop only yielded a goal to Makayla Farrara at the 8:24 mark -- Gabby Loomis offered the assist.
"It wasn’t easy. Their goalkeeper was very good," MAU coach Laura Paro said. "We peppered her."
Rachel Holland doubled the lead after halftime with a rocket shot off a penalty corner. Paige Harrington assisted.
Leah Holland made eight saves for MAU, while her defense chipped in with four. Alexander had 17 saves.
Eagles prey on Lynx
DORSET -- Rayleen Sherman and Molly Elwell each recorded hat tricks and Brooke Hawley dominated the midfield as Arlington Memorial High School routed Long Trail, 12-0, in Division IV girls soccer Friday.
Becca Bushee added two goals, while Becca Solari, Jennah Lacoste, Avery Bucchieri and Brooke Thoreau each tallied once.
Arlington (6-2) travels to face Proctor on Monday in a rematch of last year’s D-IV state championship.
MAU game moved
BENNINGTON -- Mount Anthony Union High School’s football game on the road against Champlain Valley on Saturday has been moved to the turf field at Burlington High School at 2 p.m.
MAU Nordic seeks gear
BENNINGTON -- Mount Anthony Union High School’s Nordic Ski Team needs donations of gently used cross country ski racing equipment: Skis, poles, gloves, pants and jackets.
Interested donors can stop by the team’s bake sale at the Bennington Battle Monument on Monday.
Or they can contact coach Bruce Smith at 802-447-7511 or Alicia Romac at 802-442-2401.
Homecoming 5K at CCS
CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. -- The Cambridge Tribesman Booster Club is hosting a Homecoming 5K Run/Walk fundraiser on Oct. 20.
All proceeds from the race will benefit Cambridge sports programs.
The race will start at Cambridge Central School at 9 a.m. There will be a Kids Fun Run starting at 8:30 a.m.
Pre-registration runs until Oct. 15 and is $15 for adults, $8 for students and free for fun runners.
Prizes will be awarded for the top finishers. For more information, contact Tim Best at email@example.com
BENNINGTON -- MAYAA Basketball sign up for fifth and sixth graders will run through Nov. 5. Forms are available at the office of your local elementary school or at the Beverage Den & Willy’s Variety. Parents can also sign their children up by going to www.mayaabasketball.com.
UVM basketball camp at Arlington High School
ARLINGTON -- Former Arlington Memorial High School star and Vermont Catamount Ashley Hoyt is hosting a free basketball clinic on Saturday, Oct. 13. The clinic will be run by the UVM women’s basketball team and held at Arlington Memorial High School for kids ages 7-12 from 9:30 a.m. to noon.
For more information, contact UVM assistant coach Courtnay Pilypaitis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Girls Youth Soccer Night at Mount Anthony
BENNINGTON -- The Mount Anthony Union High School Athletic Department is once again sponsoring a Girls Youth Soccer Night on Oct. 15 when the Patriot Varsity Girls Soccer team hosts Pittsfield at 6 p.m.
All girls playing in the area youth soccer leagues will be admitted free of charge by wearing their game jerseys.
Parents are asked to please accompany their children at the game or arrange supervision by a coach or another parent.
At halftime, there will be a 10-minute exhibition game featuring area girls youth soccer players. A drawing for a free soccer ball signed by the varsity Patriots will be held after the exhibition game for the girls youth players in attendance
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