Arlington boys edge West Rutland

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WEST RUTLAND — The Arlington boys basketball team used a balanced offensive attack to top West Rutland 58-53 Friday night.

Jack Lane led the Eagles with 14 points, while Will Moore added 11.

Kolby Wilkins and Jacob Morse both had nine points.

Arlington led the game by five points at the half, but coughed up the lead early in the second half.

The Eagles battled back late and used great foul shooting to take the lead and pull out the win.

Arlington improves to 5-5 and is now on a three-game win streak.

BBA falls to Tigers

MIDDLEBURY — The Burr and Burton girls hockey ran into a strong Middlebury team and fell 4-0 on the road.

BBA goaltender Lola Herzog made 22 saves in the losing effort.

Aleta Mathers scored twice for the Tigers, while Carlisle Brush had a goal and a pair of assists.

Audrey Tembreull scored one goal for Middlebury.

BBA falls to 6-7-1 and plays Spaulding at home Monday.

Cambridge falls in crossover

CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — The Cambridge boys basketball team struggled offensively in its crossover game, falling 73-33 against Mechanicville Friday night.

The Red Raiders dominated the first quarter, outscoring the Indians 19-3 to grab a commanding early lead that wouldn't surrender.

Nick Murphy led Cambridge with eight points, while Brian Hall added seven.

The Indians fall to 6-14 and await their sectional seeding.

Elms sweeps SVC

CHICOPEE, Mass. — The Southern Vermont College men's volleyball team struggled to keep up with Elms Friday night as they fell 3-0 in straight sets.

The Blazers won by set scores of 25-9, 25-8 and 25-5.

Zach Rogers led SVC with four kills, while Fernando Perez led the team with four digs.

Elms' Antonio Delgado and Jeremy Torres had a match-high seven kills.

SVC drops to 1-4 on the year and plays Newbury College and NVU-Johnson Sunday.

SMS athletes podium

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STRATTON — Multiple Stratton Mountain School student-athletes from both the SMS Snowboard and Freeski program earned their spot on the podium — and in the upcoming Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour competition in Copper Mountain, Colorado — following a pair of Slopestyle qualifiers this week.

Thursday's USASA Rocky Mountain Series Revolution Tour Qualifier Freeski Slopestyle competition proved a challenge on multiple fronts, with blizzard-like conditions accompanied by a -18 degree windchill and 20 mph gusts. Nonetheless, Charlie Gnoza put down a silver-medal run for the Open Class Men with a total of 81.00 points, the second highest among the competition's 48 competitors.

Zylis Hawkins finish in 10th place in the same division and 25th overall.

These Freeskiers will next compete on Monday, February 11, in the Revolution Tour Slopestyle Competition at Copper Mountain.

In the Snowboard Slopestyle Qualifier, Philip Farnsworth won second for the Open Class Men and second overall.

Connor Cavanagh won first among the Breaker Boys and followed Farnsworth to place third overall.

Both have now qualified for Revolution Tour events taking place at Copper Mountain and Seven Springs.

Next, the snowboarders tackle Slopestyle once again on February 13.

MAU coaching openings

BENNINGTON — Mount Anthony Union High School is looking to fill multiple head coaching positions for the 2019 spring season.

The positions of varsity girls lacrosse coach, varsity girls tennis coach, and JV boys lacrosse coaches are open to interested candidates.

Applicants should have previous coaching experience and a strong background in the sport. Send a letter of interest and coaching resume to:

Ashley Hoyt, Activities Director, Mt. Anthony Union High School, 301 Park Street Bennington, VT 05201 or to Ashley.Hoyt@svsu.org.

Applications will be accepted until the jobs are filled.

Bennington Little League registration

BENNINGTON — Registration for the 2019 season will be held on the following dates: February 13, 14 and 21 at the Fire House on River Street in Bennington from 6 p.m.-8 p.m.

All players' ages 5 to 12 years of age in the Bennington and surrounding area looking to play baseball this year need to register on one of these four dates.

For all registrants a photocopy of the birth certificate is required. Registration fee is $75 per player with a family maximum of $100 for all divisions except T-Ball (Instructional) which has been reduced to $50. The price includes the annual fundraiser.

For questions, please contact Geoff Metcalfe at 802-442-5465.

Moonlight ski at Prospect Mountain

WOODFORD — A Moonlight Ski is scheduled for February 16 at Prospect Mountain.

The doors open at 5:30 p.m. and a full course dinner begins at 6 p.m.

After dinner, a moonlight ski out to a festive bonfire is the attraction of the event, followed by dessert.

For passholders, it's $25 and non-passholders is $35. Children under 12 are $15.

Reserve a space by email at david@prospectmountain.com


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