Eagles cruise past Chieftains on Senior Night

ARLINGTON — The Arlington boys soccer team celebrated Senior Night on Tuesday with a 7-1 win over Green Mountain at the Arlington Rec Park.

Chase Hoyt, Wil Stewart and Kolby Wilkins all scored in the first half to give the Eagles a 3-1 lead at the break.

Matt Ritchie, Jack Lane and Dominic Whalen added second half tallies, Whalen a pair, to finish off a big win.

Arlington is 7-4 and travels to Dorset to face Long Trail School.

Dapron champion at golf states

PITTSFORD — Burr and Burton's Julia Dapron won the Division I state championship golf tournament on Tuesday at Proctor-Pittsford Golf Course.

Dapron shot an 82, two shots ahead of North Country's Carly Giroux. Giroux and Lauryn Goulet — who was third overall with a 95 — gave the Falcons the team championship, nine strokes better than the Bulldogs. BBA's Emma Tobin was ninth overall.

St. Johnsbury was third in the team event.

Arlington's Gracie Smith was ninth in the Division II individual standings after shooting a 104.


MANCHESTER — The Mount Anthony boys cross-country team finished second and the girls team was third at Tuesday's cross-country meet hosted by Burr and Burton at Equinox Pond.

The MAU boys scored 61 points, distanced only by Brattleboro in first. Rutland was third and BBA was fourth.

On the girls side, Brattleboro led the way with 33 points, followed by BBA's 55 and MAU's 59. Rutland was fourth with 80.

The top three girls for MAU were Maggie Payne, who was fourth overall in 22 minutes, 30 seconds, Sarah Lee and Lauren Johnson.

For BBA, Emma Tschaiowsky was first, followed by Harriet Dahlstrom and Suzanne Allen.

On the guys side, MAU's Shawn Tobin was seventh overall in 19:54, followed by Asa Burrows-Crane and Noah Payne. For BBA, Tyler Jager was best, followed by Boedan Morris.

Patriots fall to Hartford

HARTFORD — The Mount Anthony field hockey team was tied with Hartford at halftime, but the Hurricanes scored five goals in the second half to score the win.

Emily Ricker scored 1:55 into the half, followed by goals from Morgan Pero, Greer McCarty and a pair from Kennedy Mullen.

Savannah Rogers had 17 saves for the Patriots, who are 2-7-1 and face BBA on Thursday.


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