Hay tosses six TDs in Mount Anthony win

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LYNDON — The Mount Anthony football team moved above the .500 mark with a 49-20 win against Lyndon Institute on Saturday afternoon.

Quarterback Caleb Hay led the way, throwing for 390 yards and six touchdown passes.

Hay connected with Gavin Johnson from 54 yards to put MAU ahead and he found Austin Grogan for a 34-yard score to make it 13-0.

Lyndon answered back with a touchdown before the end of the first.

The Patriots answered back in the second when Hay connected with Logan Sprague. Following a Lyndon touchdown, the pair connected again to make it 27-13 MAU at the half.

Hay found Johnson for a touchdown and Hayden Gaudette ran in a score in the third quarter.

Hay threw his six touchdown in the fourth when he completed a TD pass to Braeden Billert.

MAU improves to 4-3 and plays rival Brattleboro at home on Friday night.

BBA football tops CVU

MANCHESTER — The Burr and Burton football team bounced back from its first loss of the year last weekend with a 55-27 win against CVU Saturday at Taylor Field.

Joey McCoy continued his incredible senior season with an eight-touchdown effort, throwing for seven and rushing for one.

McCoy was 27-for-33 through the air and threw for 386 yards.

John Morgantini was on the receiving end of five of those touchdowns, making 12 catches on the day for 249 yards.

Sean Lam and Ethan Senecal both had single touchdown catches.

BBA's defense made three interceptions, with one apiece from McCoy, Morgantini and Jack Morrison.

The Bulldogs improve to 6-1 on the year.

BBA finishes out the regular season playing Rice on the road on Saturday.

Cambridge downs Whitehall

WHITEHALL, N.Y. — The Cambridge-Salem football team got back to its winning ways with a 42-0 victory over Whitehall Saturday afternoon.

The Indians jumped out to a 28-0 lead by halftime.

Kaedin Ogilvie scored the first two touchdowns on the day, running in a 22-yard score and returning a 97-yard punt return for a touchdown.

Jacob Ruggles connected with Soyer Mattson for a touchdown in the second and Gabe Sgambettera added a touchdown of his own.

In the second half, Sgambettera ran for two more touchdowns.

Cambridge improves to 5-1 and plays Granville next Saturday on the road.

Offense keys Patriots

BENNINGTON — Five different girls scored in a 6-2 win for the Mount Anthony girls soccer team against Rutland Saturday afternoon.

MAU jumped ahead early when Antonia Pellon netted the game's first goal with 25 minutes left in the first half.

The Patriots' offense broke through in a big way in the second half, started by Allie Bullett and Grace Mahar scoring, with 34 minutes left in the second half.

Rebecca Crosier netted a pair and Kylee Hall added one of her own to give MAU a 6-0 lead with 17 to play.

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The Raiders scored two late goals before the final buzzer.

MAU extends its win streak to four games as it improves to 7-5. The Patriots host Woodstock Tuesday night at 6 p.m. for Senior Night at Spinelli Field.

Hoosick's Estes nets winner

HOOSICK, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls girls soccer team picked up a 1-0 win against Greenwich Saturday morning.

Sophie Estes scored the lone goal of the day in the second half of play.

Logan Thayne made 12 saves in goal for the Panthers, while the Witches' Faith Hewitt made three saves.

Hoosick Falls improves to 8-5 and hosts Glens Falls today at 11 a.m.

Panthers beat Golden Horde

SCHUYLERVILLE, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls field hockey team topped Granville 3-0 Saturday afternoon.

The Panthers started the scoring early when Emma McCart scored unassisted with 23 minutes left in the first half.

Hoosick Falls added two more goals in the second half.

Eva Helft scored with 13:04 to play on an assist from Madelyn Kasulinous.

Catherine Kennedy scored on a McCart assist with 2:08 remaining.

Zoe Gress had five saves for Hoosick Falls.

The Panthers improve to 11-3 on the year and play Salem-Cambridge on Wednesday.

Cambridge boys win

CASTLETON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. — The Cambridge boys soccer team picked up a 6-3 win against Mekeel Christian Academy Saturday in the Maple Hill Tournament.

The Indians improve to 7-6-1 and play Maple Hill today at 1 p.m.

Panther fall to Granville

GRANVILLE, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls football team fell to Granville 52-28 Friday night.

Jake Sparks threw for a touchdown and ran for a score in the loss.

Max Kipp also ran for a touchdown and shared running back duties with Liam McGarvin.

As a team, the Panthers rushed for 123 yards.

Hoosick Falls drops to 1-5 and hosts Hoosic Valley on Friday night.

Penn's Woodard honored

University of Pennsylvania junior Breukelen Woodard, a Burr and Burton alumna, received an Ivy League women's soccer player of the week honor last Monday after a strong output the week before.

Woodard turned a 2-1 deficit against Cornell to a 3-2 Penn advantage, and eventually a 4-2 Quakers win, with two goals against the Big Red last Saturday.

Woodard's efforts gave the defending Ivy champions three points and kept them one game behind league-leading Brown and Harvard.

The accolade was her first ever Ivy League weekly award.


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