Roundup: LaBadia picks up award



BENNINGTON -- The New England Collegiate Conference baseball season is just getting started, but a Southern Vermont College player has already picked up a conference award.

On Monday, Mountaineer junior Cody LaBadia was named the Baseball Player of the Week in the first weekly selections by the conference.

LaBadia helped SVC to a 2-1 record in the opening week of action. LaBadia has picked up two hits in all three games, going 6-10 over the stretch. LaBadia has hit three doubles for a .900 slugging percentage.

He has also knocked in five runs while scoring four himself and he is perfect in the field through 32 chances.

LaBadia and the Mountaineers will look to keep the season going this weekend as the team travels to Ft. Myers, Fla. for its annual spring training trip. The Mountaineers start the weekend with a three-game series against Mitchell College in the Gene Cusic Classic.

MAU dance correction

In Monday’s issue of the Banner, it was reported that the MAU dance team finished 5th and 8th out of 18 teams in the New England competition.

The results are accurate, but the team was 5 out of 6 teams in the pom routine and 8 out of 10 in the hip hop routine.

Basketball Challenge in Arlington

ARLINGTON -- The 2nd annual Basketball Challenge will be held at Arlington Memorial High School on March 21 this year and is sponsored by the Fisher Parent Teacher Group.

Beginning at 6 p.m., the current varsity Eagles for both the boys and girls teams will take on alumni in an effort to raise money for the Fisher Playground Fund.

The night will also feature a game between Arlington faculty against the Arlington parents.

Tickets are $4 for adults and $2 for children 12-and-under if purchased in advance. Tickets will be sold at the Fisher Main Office. On the night of the event, tickets will rise by a dollar.

For more information, email or call 375-6409.


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