Roundup: Patriots fall to Greylock



WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass -- Mount Anthony Union High School softball coach Katie Contrada said her team "came out flat" on Monday at Mount Greylock, and the Patriots paid as the team dropped its first decision of the year, 1-0.

Kendal Frye was dominant in the circle for the Mounties, tossing a two-hitter while striking out four batters.

Baylee Ports pitched well for MAU, going the distance while allowing five hits and striking out five, but a pair of errors in the fourth allowed the Mounties to push across the lone run of the game.

MAU falls to 11-1 with the loss.

Bulldogs blank Slaters

FAIR HAVEN -- Behind a three-hit shutout from Noah Rizio, the Burr and Burton Academy baseball team topped Fair Haven 4-0 on Monday.

Rizio struck out 17 batters in the contest. Rizio let up a double to start the game to Ian Miscencik, but settled down and struck out the next 10 Slaters.

Griff Stalcup led the way at the plate with two singles and a double, while Jeremiah Parker and Taylor Muench chipped in with RBIs. Muench also had a triple.

BBA is now 5-7.

Patriots serve Fair Haven

BENNINGTON -- The Mount Anthony Union High School tennis team topped Fair Haven 5-2 on Monday.

Hao Guo, Brian Murphy and Flavio Iudica won in singles action, with Guo moving up to second singles in his win. The team forfeited at fifth singles, and Blake Greenawalt fell at first singles.

In doubles action, Ben Michon and Austin Ulrich won, as did Haziq Qari and Nick Gauthier.

MAU is now 6-6.

Indians end with win

CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. -- The Cambridge Central School baseball team ended its season on a high note, topping Granville 11-2.

Andy Romack went the distance in the win, striking out one batter.

At the plate, Brady Sausville had three singles, three RBIs, two stolen bases and two runs. Andy Bearor had a productive third inning, hitting a single and a double while driving in two runs in a six-run inning for the Indians. Bearor also added another RBI.

Ethan English had two singles and scored twice, while Lucas Motsiff had an RBI.

Cambridge ends the year with a 3-11 record.

BBA falls to Burlington

BURLINGTON -- The Burr and Burton Academy boys lacrosse team found itself up a goal with under two minutes left in Monday’s contest against Burlington, but the Sea Horses struck twice in the final minute, including the winner by Clark Stephenson with 1.8 seconds left, to take a 8-7 decision.

Carter Vickers had two goals for BBA, while Burlington was led by Jack Breen and Marley Heimert with three goals each.

Mike Sztoric had 20 saves for BBA, Jesse Bouchard stopped 14 for Burlington. BBA is now 6-6 on the year.


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