Cambridge girls fourth at D-IV track championships

ALBANY, N.Y. — The Cambridge girls indoor track team finished fourth overall at the Division IV track championships at the University at Albany.

Cambridge scored 39 points to finish behind Greenwich, Stillwater and Fonda-Fultonville.

Individually, Miranda Seacord finished second in the 55-meter dash in 7.58 seconds and fourth in the long jump with a leap of 15 feet, 6 inches.

Helen Mooney was sixth in the 300 meters, Anna Headwell was fifth in the 1,000 and Vanessa Evans was fourth in the 1,500.

The relays were strong for the Indians, with all three — the 4x200, 4x400 and 4x800 — finishing in the top three.

The 4x8 were second in 10 minutes, 49.02 seconds with the team of Emma Haynes, Ruth Nolan, Vanessa Evans and Headwell.

The 4x4 team of Madison Price, Nolan, Evans and Fiona Mooney was third, as was the 4x2 team of Helen Mooney, Anna McNulty, Fiona Mooney and Seacord.

On the boys side, the 4x800 relay team of Judah Edwards, Liam Keith, Austin Hackman and Patrick Robertson were third in 9:50.76.

Individually, Dan Blanchard was fifth in the pole vault with a height of eight feet, while Tom Danaher was sixth in the triple jump.

Brendan Holcomb was sixth in the shot put with a throw of better than 40 feet and Jonas Butz was sixth in the 55-meter dash.

State qualifiers are on Sunday at University at Albany.

Quick start propels BBA

RUTLAND — Burr and Burton took a 11-point lead after one quarter and rolled to a 71-55 win over Mount St. Joseph.

Three Bulldogs hit double figures — Bryce Little led the way with 15, while Jake Nicholson added 14 and Jay McCoy 12.

Logan Montilla led MSJ with 27 in defeat.

BBA is 10-7 on the year and travels to Kates Gym on Friday to face MAU.

MAU tops Wahconah

DALTON, Mass. — A dominant mid-game stretch was the catalyst in Mount Anthony's 42-30 win against Wahconah Tuesday night.

MAU started off slow as they were down 10-5 after one quarter. The Patriots quickly turned it on from that point on, as they outscored the opponent 29-7 over the next two frames.

Abe Amidon led MAU with 16 points. Gavin Johnson had a big night on the boards as the freshman pulled down 11 rebounds.

The Patriots are 10-7 on the season and take on rival Burr and Burton at home Friday.

Cambridge boys eliminated

MAPLE HILL, N.Y. — The Cambridge boys basketball team's season came to an end Tuesday night as they fell to Maple Hill in the first round of the sectional tournament 70-41.

The game remained close for all of the first half. The Wildcats held just a four-point lead heading into the break.

It was the third quarter were Maple Hill really took over the game. The Wildcats outscored the Indians 26-5 in that frame to put Cambridge in a hole they couldn't come out of.

Nick Butler scored 19 and Evan Kulpa had 11 points for Maple Hill.

The Indians finish their season at 13-8.

Bennington Little League signup

BENNINGTON — The Bennington Little League will host a sign-up day on Feb. 22, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Bennington Fire House.

Children ages 5-11 by August 30 or 12 by April 30 wishing to play this season must register. This registration is for the entire Bennington and surrounding area. Returning players need to register as well. Birth certificates (xerox copies, no originals necessary) are required at time of registration.

The cost is $75 per player and $100 maximum per family. The cost for T-Ball players is $50. This year's fundraiser is included in the cost.

For more information, contact BLL President Geoff Metcalfe at 442-5465 or email

MALA registration

MALA is a youth lacrosse program from kindergarten to 8th grade for boys and girls representing Bennington, North Bennington, Woodford, Pownal and Shaftsbury.

Their boys and girls U9 instructional team season starts on April 9 and practices two days a week. Their boys and girls U11, U13 and U15 travel teams practice three to four days a week and their season starts on April 2.

For more information and to register online, please go to If you have any questions, please contact Chris Shea at

Mack Attack registration

ARLINGTON — The Mack Attack AAU girls basketball season will begin with a try-out session on February 25, from 5-7 p.m., followed by a registration meeting at the Cambridge Central School gymnasium. All interested players, parents and coaches should plan to attend this meeting. Practice sessions begin in March with the first tournament scheduled to start March 24. Please note that the Cambridge gym will be the "home" gym this year because of the unavailability of the Arlington gym due to water damage.

AAU basketball provides girls with an opportunity to improve basketball skills and knowledge through a challenging level of play. Girls in grades 6-11, who are interested in playing for Mack Attack, should contact Coordinator Ashley Hoyt at or 802-345-1951. To register early or for more information about Mack Attack AAU 2018 including tournament dates, costs and ordering uniforms, go to

Youth cheer in Hoosick Falls

HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. — The Town of Hoosick Community Center (Youth Center) will be offering a six-week cheerleading program starting February 24. The program will run Saturday mornings from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at the Youth Center at 115 Church St.

Coaches are Tiffany McMahon and Torie Marbot. The cost is $25 for current Youth Center members and $50 for non-members (which gets you a membership). Sign up forms can be picked up in advance at the Youth Center or on the first day of the program.

Registration for soccer club begins

HOOSICK, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls Soccer Club is registering players for the spring season.

The Early Bird Special is happening now, the cost is $45 and registration closes on March 15.

Kids ranging from three years old to sixth grade can sign up.

For more information, go to or contact Laura Peabody at


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