Hay has a day: MAU tops Rutland

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RUTLAND — Mount Anthony baseball pitcher Caleb Hay was locked in on the mound Monday afternoon against Rutland, pitching a complete game in a 6-0 MAU win.

Hay struck out 10 batter and allowed just two hits, whole surrendering no walks.

Patriots coach Walt Parmenter said the pitcher had "command of every pitch" against the Raiders.

Hay also went 2-for-4 at the plate with a double.

Luke Trombley and Cole Bushee both had two hits and a run batted in, while Jack Ware drove in two runs.

MAU improves to 2-6 and plays Brattleboro on Thursday at home.

MAU softball beats Rutland

RUTLAND — The Mount Anthony softball team extended its win streak to six games with a 12-0 win against rival Rutland Monday afternoon.

Cat Worthington continued her strong senior year with a 4-for-5 effort against the Raiders. She had a home run, a pair of doubles and four runs batted in.

Center fielder Keana Gauthier was 3-for-5 with a double and an RBI.

Brooke McNulty went 1-for-3 with a double and RBI.

McNulty and Emilie O'Brien combined for the shutout in the circle.

O'Brien started and went four innings of one-hit ball, while striking out two. McNulty pitched the last three innings, allowing just two hits and striking out two.

Neither pitcher walked a Rutland batter.

MAU improves to 7-2 and plays Pittsfield on Wednesday at home.

Panthers best Cambridge

CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — A five-run fifth was the difference as the Hoosick Falls softball team beat rival Cambridge 6-2 in five innings Monday afternoon.

The Indians took a 2-0 lead in the third, before the Panthers got one back in the fourth and did the bulk of their damage in the fifth.

Lily Abbott went 3-for-3 for Hoosick Falls, while knocking in a run.

Mackenzie Ellis, Marissa Landry and Brianna Jones all had a run batted in as well.

Rhiannon Darling, Sydney Benson and JoJo Griffith all had a hit for Cambridge.

Darling had an RBI for the Indians.

Hoosick Falls pitcher Abby Philpott was strong once again in the circle. She allowed just three hits and one earned run on the day, while striking out eight.

Her counterpart, Benson, was strong in her own right for Cambridge. She allowed the six runs, but only one of those runs was earned.

Hoosick Falls improves to 9-4 with the win and plays Mechanicville today at home. Cambridge plays Spa Catholic on the road today.

BBA run-rules Drury

MANCHESTER — The Burr and Burton baseball team picked up its third straight victory with a 12-0 win against Drury in five innings Monday afternoon.

BBA scored two in the first and four in the second and piled on from there.

Joey McCoy started on the mound, going five innings, allowing no walks and two hits.

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Freshman Will Addington was 2-for-2 with three runs batted in and three runs.

Blake Greene had a 2-for-3 day with three RBIs.

McCoy and Chandler Pouk went 2-for4 on the day.

The Bulldogs improve to 8-2 and play rival Rutland at home Wednesday.

MAU strong in loss

TROY, N.Y. — Mount Anthony boys lacrosse coach Alex Cross said the Patriots' effort against LaSalle Institute was the best they've had all year, but MAU ended up losing 19-15.

The Patriots controlled the first half and scored first. From there, the teams went back and forth trading goals in the high-scoring contest.

MAU won the majority of the face-offs.

Jeff Potter followed up his five-goal effort against Rice with seven goals Monday night, along with two assists.

Owen Hansen had five goals and two assists.

Carson Morgan, Max Noyes and Damian Wilkinson-Torres all had one goal.

Hayden Gaudette had 20 saves in net.

MAU (2-8) looks to bring the positives from Monday's game into its game against Rutland on Wednesday at home.

Myers paces Panthers

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls girls lacrosse team picked up a 10-7 win against Schenectady on a rainy Monday night.

The Panthers were down 4-2 at the half, before making the second half comeback.

Anna Myers had five goals and one assist to lead Hoosick Falls.

Lillian Hickey scored two goals and dished out two assists.

Marley Mcllelan had a goal and assist.

Grace Wysocki and Eva Helft had one goal.

Ayla Fauler won five draws and Maddy Yeung made 21 saves in goal.

Hoosick Falls plays Emma Willard on the road today.

SMS' Claire, Forehand nominated to pro team

STRATTON — Stratton Mountain School Freeski athletes Caroline Claire and Mac Forehand have been nominated to the 2019-2020 U.S. Freeski Team's Pro Slopestyle contingent, following an incredible season that saw both athletes grace the World Cup podium.

This year, Claire podiumed in Big Air at the Cardrona, New Zealand World Cup and claimed fifth at Font Romeau, having ended last season with a World Cup win in Seiser Alm, Italy.

In 2018, she became the first actively enrolled Stratton Mountain School student to compete at the Olympic level.

This is the second year that Claire will be a member of the Pro U.S. Slopestyle Team, initially having been named to the Rookie team in 2017.

Forehand ended this season with a Crystal Globe in hand, and also earned the Grand Prix title in Slopestyle. The skier landed on the World Cup podium last November with a second place finish in Stubai, Austria, and followed it up with a fifth place finish in Font Romeau, France in January.

Last year, Forehand won the Junior World Championship title in Big Air.

This will be Forehand's first year on the Pro Slopestyle Team, having been nominated to the Rookie contingent in May of 2018.


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