Cambridge tops Tamarac, remains undefeated
The game was a continuation of the game that started on Friday, but was postponed due to unsafe floor conditions.
The win moves the Indians record to 10-0 on the season.
The game was back and forth throughout with the Bengals holding the edge in the first and third quarters, while Cambridge held the edge in the second and fourth quarters.
Tamarac was up by four heading into the final frame, but the Indians were able to erase the deficit.
Cambridge was led by freshman Fiona Mooney, who scored 17 points on the night. Guard Sophie Phillips added 13 points for the Indians. Renna Poulin and Emily Erickson paced the Bengals with 13 points each.
Cambridge is back in action Wednesday on the road against Greenwich.
MAU tops Danbury
DANBURY, Conn. — After being down 15-0 after the first three matches, the Mount Anthony wrestling team was able to come back and top Danbury 39-27 Monday.
Four Patriots wrestlers won their matches by pin. Gage McLaughlin (138 pounds) pinned his opponent in 31 seconds. Colin Crowley (220) won in 56 seconds. Adam Osha (160) and Calvin Hayford (285) both pinned their opponents in 1:36.
Keegan Coon (145) won his match 13-2 by major decision. Chris Mayer (182) took his match 17-3 by major decision. Mayer's win was his 100th career win.
Noah Call (132) won by 9-4 decision and Sam Wilkins (195) won by 5-0 decision.
MAU is back in action on Saturday at the Springfield Central quad meet.
Arlington falls to Green Mountain
MANCHESTER — The Arlington girls basketball team had trouble with the Green Mountain press on Monday night, dropping a 39-26 decision to the Chieftains in a game played at Burr and Burton Academy.
Erin Murphy led Arlington with eight points, while Haley Mattison added seven in the loss.
Maya Lewis led Green Mountain with nine points.
Arlington travels to Leland & Gray tonight.
Main, Kinsey honored by NECC
ATTLEBORO, Mass. - Southern Vermont College junior Maddy Main was named the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) Women's Basketball Rookie of the Week, garnering the recognition for the fourth time this year.
Main was outstanding for SVC in the Mountaineers' two NECC games last week as she notched her sixth and seventh double-doubles of the season, making it four in-a-row for the junior. She averaged 18.5 points,16.0 rebounds, 3.5 steals, and 2.0 assists per game across the two contests.
Main and the Mountaineers resume the NECC schedule on Thursday when they host Elms College for a 7 p.m. tip-off.
Main wasn't the only newcomer honored by the NECC Monday, as SVC men's freshman KJ Kinsey was named the NECC Men's Basketball Rookie of the Week.
The honor is the Mountaineer's second in as many weeks.
Kinsey's points numbers kept getting better as last week progressed, finishing with an average of 14.3 per game through SVC's three NECC road wins. He shot 73.9 percent from the floor in his 22.7 minutes per contest off the bench.
Kinsey and the Mountaineers return to the court on Tuesday with a marquee matchup against Becker College at SVC. Tip off of that 2017 NECC Championship rematch is slated for 7 p.m.
MAU hosting youth nights this week
BENNINGTON — The Mount Anthony Union High School athletic department is once again sponsoring a Youth Basketball Night for girls area youth basketball players.
Girls Youth Basketball Night will be tonight, when the MAU JV and varsity girls basketball teams play host to Mill River. JV action starts at 5:30, followed by the varsity game at 7 p.m. All girls playing in the MAYAA Basketball League will be admitted free of charge by wearing their game jerseys.
At the halftime of junior varsity game there will be a 10-minute exhibition game featuring two MAYAA teams. A drawing for a basketball signed by the varsity team will be held after the exhibition game for the MAYAA participants in attendance.
Southern Vermont Storm poker tournament
BENNINGTON — Are you all-in? Think you got the Texas Hold 'Em Poker chops to cash out in a tournament? Well, now's your chance as The Southern Vermont Storm and JC's Tavern are teaming up for weekly Texas Hold 'Em Poker Tournaments. It's a $20 Buy In with no rake, no add-ons and no re-buys — so go big or go home. Top 3 finishers cash out with the BIG winner being the selected charity of the week.
The first tourney is on Wednesday at JC's Tavern and we shuffle up and deal at 7 p.m. on the dot! You can register just before tourney time at JC's or you can preregister by sending an email to SouthernVTStorm3@gmail.com
We only have 24 slots open for this opening tournament so it's first come, first served!
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