Roundup: Patriots sweep St. Joe’s



PITTSFIELD, Mass. -- The Mount Anthony Union High School swim team swept the meet against St. Joseph’s on Tuesday.

The girls won 56-38, while the boys remained unbeaten in the Northern Division with a 44-27 win.

On the girls side, MAU’s Phebe Hall was a double winner -- scoring victories in the 200 individual medley and the 100 butterfly (1:17.38). Kate Ahearn won the 100 free and was second in the 200 IM, while Kara Sampsell topped the field in the 100 breaststroke in a time of 1:23.00.

Mount Anthony won all three relays as well -- the 200 free relay, the 200 medley relay and the 400 free relay.

For the boys, Ryan Spencer was a double winner in the 200 IM (2:30.59) and the 100 backstroke (1:08.36).

Other winners were Morgan Flynn in the 100 fly and Zach LaForest in the 50 free, along with both MAU relays.

"The kids had a good meet, especially after missing so much practice over the past two weeks because of the weather," said MAU coach Anna Swierad.

Mountaineers fall

WORCESTER, Mass. -- The Southern Vermont College men traveled to Becker on Tuesday night, coming away with a 64-51 defeat.

Becker was led by David Maturah’s game-high 19 points, while three other Hawks all had eight.

DeShawn Hamlet paced the Mountaineers (7-4, 1-1 NECC) with 17 points and 12 rebounds. Rayshawn Taylor added 15 points.

SVC will face Newbury at the Mountaineer Athletic Center on Thursday.

BBA still unbeaten

MANCHESTER -- The Burr and Burton Academy boys basketball team improved to 4-0 with a 60-33 pasting over Middlebury on Tuesday night.

Taylor Muench led the way for the Bulldogs with 16 points, while Joey Shehadi added 13 points and five assists.

Ryan Smith had five assists as well in the win.

BBA hosts Vergennes in a rematch of the Division II final from a year ago tonight at E.H. Henry Gym in Manchester.

Panthers rule on lanes

SCHAGHTICOKE, N.Y. -- The Hoosick Falls Central School bowling team continues to roll through its season, topping Hoosic Valley, 4-0.

The Panthers improve to 8-0-1 on the year.

In total pins, Hoosick Falls won 3,480 to 3,070. Ken Marbot led the way for the Panthers with a 237 high game and a 650 series, but Stephen Surdam was close behind with a 254-642 series. AJ Hurlburt and Josh McCart each had 600 series as well.

"I told the team that it’s good to have matches where we have to adjust to changing lane conditions," said Hoosick coach Bob Lang. "It was a good win after long vacation break."

Flagg, MacKenzie lead Mountaineers

BENNINGTON -- Southern Vermont College sophomore captain Amber Flagg nearly set a career-high as she and the rest of the Mountaineers snagged a New England Collegiate Conference win over Lesley, 80-62.

Flagg scored 27, one off her career best, while Kala MacKenzie was a beast in the post for SVC (3-8, 1-3 NECC) with a 24 point, 16 rebound performance.

Sarah McDonald also had a good day, with 18 points and six boards.

Lesley (0-11, 0-4) was paced by Grace Amato, who had 15 points and 12 rebounds in the defeat.

Granville boys power past Indians

GRANVILLE, N.Y. -- The Cambridge Central School boys basketball team trailed by one at the half, but Granville outscored the Indians by 10 in the second for a 61-50 victory.

Jake Young led the Horde with 20 points, including four 3-pointers and an 8-for-12 performance from the line.

Evan Hoagland added 16 and Matthew Fuller 14.

For Cambridge, Maxwell McNeil led with 15 points. Chris Warnke pitched in 12 and Caleb Rowland 10.


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