Bulldogs advance to Riell tournament finals

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HINESBURG — The Burr and Burton took control early and held on to a its lead throughout in a 46-38 win against North Country in the Kevin Riell tournament Friday night.

BBA jumped out quickly, notching a 14-4 lead after one quarter.

Falcons were more competitive in the second frame, but the Bulldogs extended their lead to 11 by halftime.

North Country went on a major run in the fourth quarter to cut the BBA lead to five, but the Bulldogs held the Falcons off for the win.

Grace Pinkus led the way with 12 points for BBA, while Carol Herbert added 10.

BBA improves to 2-1 and plays CVU in the tournament finals today.

Panthers remain undefeated

STILLWATER, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls boys basketball team picked up its third win in three tries with a 61-44 victory against Stillwater on Friday.

Tristan Williams led all scorers with 21 points.

The Warriors' Brian McNeil had 15 to lead Stillwater.

The Panthers improve to 3-0 and play Tamarac at home next Wednesday.

Indians dominant in win

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. — The Cambridge girls basketball team bounced back nicely from its first loss of the season with a dominant 64-24 win against Spa Catholic

The Indians were in control from the first jump and put the Saints in a hole in the first half nearly impossible to climb out of. After 16 minutes of play, Cambridge led 42-5.

The Indians improve to 4-1 and next will play Albany Leadership on December 29 at home.

Panthers beat Stillwater

HOOSICK, N.Y. — Fueled by a strong first half, the Hoosick Falls girls basketball team topped Stillwater 54-37 Friday night.

The Panthers jumped out to a 30-12 lead by halftime and that was more than enough to hold on after the Warriors played them pretty much even after the break.

Logan Thayne led the way with 23 points and 11 rebounds. Grace Wysocki added 11 points for Hoosick Falls, while Lily Abbott scored 11 of her own as well.

Marley Mueller led Stillwater with 20 points.

The Panthers improve to 4-1 and play Tamarac next Tuesday on the road.

Eagles top Black River

LUDLOW — The Arlington girls basketball team handily took care of Black River Friday night with a 48-19 win on the road.

Haley Mattison led the way with 15 points, all racked up from three-point range.

Schuylar Nolan and Gillian Calkins had 11 points apiece, while Kierstyn Hess added nine in the winning effort.

The Eagles improve to 2-3 and play Bellows Falls at home next Friday.

Bulldogs beat North Country

HINESBURG — The Burr and Burton boys basketball team picked up a win in the opening round of the Kevin Riell tournament with 64-49 victory Friday night.

North Country led at halftime, but a strong third quarter gave BBA a 13-point lead at halftime.

The Bulldogs improve to 2-0 and play CVU in the final today.

Catamount Wrestling

BENNINGTON — Reminder youth sign ups are before duals at Mount Anthony Union High School on Friday December 14 and Friday December 21 from 5-6 p.m.

Kids that sign up will get in free for the dual on the day they sign up.

They have changed membership to $50 per kid. Each kid gets 10 cash calendars to sell at $5 each.

If you sell all calendars your membership will cost nothing out of pocket.

The season begins January 7 and runs on Mondays and Wednesdays.

Kindergarten through second grade will be 5-6 p.m. and third grade through sixth grade will be 6-7 p.m..

The only tournament your child is required to attend is their home tournament which is on Saturday, March 23.

Parent or guardians are required to supply a food or drink donation for the home tournament and work a shift.

There be a sign up at practice when tournament is close. They will also have a bottle drive during season.

Christmas tree fundraiser for MAU XC ski team

BENNINGTON — Help the MAU Nordic Ski Team raise $2,000 for equipment and wax, just by getting rid of your Christmas tree.

Trees can be picked up on Sat, January 5 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and suggested donation to the MAU Nordic Ski Team is $5-$15, or more if you'd like!

To schedule a pick-up contact Rachel Payne at 802-681-5177 or mautrees@gmail.com.


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