Wasaren League all-stars honored
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HOOSICK, N.Y. -- Three Hoosick Falls boys soccer players earned first-team honors in the Wasaren League.
Senior forward Tyler Carr, senior midfielder Evan Phillips and senior defender Cody Gaines all were named to the first team, leading their team to a state semifinal and a 17-6 season record. Carr led the team with 13 goals.
Cambridge senior Luke Bateman was named to the first team for the Indians.
Hoosick Falls senior forward Chris LaCroix, senior defender Taylor Baker and sophomore goalie Noah Chani were named to the second team. LaCroix scored eight goals, including five in the playoffs.
Cambridge’s Robert Wotjkun and Paul Baker-Porazinski were on the second team as well.
The Panthers’ Max Haar, Tyler Gaines, Justin Gaines and Jason Woods were honorable mention.
Marauders start successful campaign
BENNINGTON -- On Saturday, 45 swimmers from the Bennington Marauders competed at the Harvest Invitational in Ballston Spa.
Twelve swimmers placed in the top 10: Kate Ahearn: 3rd-200 free relay; Ben Medvedev: 10th-100 free, 8th-100 IM; Jena Staab: 3rd-200 free relay, 5th-500 free; Phebe Hall: 3rd-200 free relay; Shanna Staab: 10th-100 free; Devin Deets: 9th-100 free, 7th-50 back, 3rd-50 fly, 5th-100 IM; Elyse Altland: 8th-50 free; Emily Ascuitto: 8th-50 breast, 8th-100 IM; Anthony Mazzola: 12th-100 free, 12th-50 breast; Ryan Spencer: 9th-100 free, 10th-100 fly, 6th-200 IM; Emily Barlow: 3rd-200 free relay; Robert Murphy: 4th-100 free, 5th-200 IM, 6th-50 free, Sarah Ascuitto: 10th-50 free, 5th-100 free
Also competing for the Marauders were: Emily Altland, Sophia Anisman, Grace Burhans, Sophie Bylina, Emily Calder, Hannah Cyr, Charlie Dobson, Chase Dobson, Kylee Hall, Sam Kobik, Makenzie Livingston, Camden Madison, Sarah Martin, Paige Marion, Perrin Marion, Isabel Mazzola, Jackson Moore, Eva Morin, Summer Nichols, Rylie Niles, Faith Orzech, Savannah Robson, Grace Smith, Andrew Spencer, Lily Spencer, Liz Tarazi, Emily Tibbetts, Jacob Tibbetts, Garrett Ufnar, Morgan Weber, Brooke Weber and Ian White.
Flagg earns NECC award
BENNINGTON -- Southern Vermont College freshman Amber Flagg has been named the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) women’s basketball Rookie of the Week for the week ending November 18.
In the Curry Tip-Off Tournament this past weekend against Curry College and Johnson State College, Flagg averaged 14.5 points per game, being named to the All-Tournament Team along the way. The guard also grabbed seven rebounds per game in the two Mountaineer losses.
"I’m very happy for her. She performed much higher than I had expected she would for her first two collegiate games," said SVC coach Mike Quinn.
Southern Vermont plays next on Nov. 27 when they visit New England College.
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