Hurlburt leads Hoosick to league title

FORT EDWARD, N.Y. — Led by senior A.J. Hurlburt, the Hoosick Falls bowling team topped Fort Edward in the Adirondack League championship.

Hurlburt had a 257 high game and a 692 3-game series as Hoosick won 3,650 pins to 3,384.

A pair of Panthers also had 600 series — Brody Mullen with a 239-632 and Owynn Arnold with a 246-613.

Erin McCart (598), Colin Cipperly (592) and Meghan Backes (589) all had strong days for the Panthers.

Fort Edward was led by Tyler Stone's 247-651 and Brenton DeLisle's 268-651.

Hoosick Falls will close the season this Friday as they travel to Schenectady to compete in the Section II tournament.

Young women's softball

BENNINGTON — Young Woman's Softball Sign ups will be held February 15 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Bennington Fire House on River Street, and February 15 at Molly Stark Elementary School from 6-7:30. All girls ages 7-12 yrs old as of January 1 are welcome. Fees are $55 per player: $95 two players same family: $130 three or more players same family. Please contact with any questions regarding the league or sign up online at

Bennington Little League signup

BENNINGTON — The Bennington Little League will host sign-up days starting today at the Bennington Fire House.

There will be three more sign-ups on Feb. 14, 15 and 22, all from 6 to 8 p.m.

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


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