Jamie Boyle drives in seven in MAU win

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BENNINGTON — Jamie Boyle had a huge day at the plate for the Mount Anthony softball team and was a major contributor in MAU's 15-0 win in five innings against Middlebury Tuesday afternoon.

Boyle went 3-for-4 on the day with a pair of doubles and a home run. The Patriots catcher drove in seven runs on the day.

Taylor Dicranian continues her string of strong outings on the mound. She went all five innings, allowing just two hits and a walk, while striking out four batters.

She also had a strong day at the plate with a pair of singles and two RBIs.

MAU moves to 4-1 on the season and is back in action against Wahconah at home Wednesday. First pitch is slated for 5:30 p.m.

Panthers top Hoosic Valley

SCHAGHTICOKE, N.Y. — A five-run fifth inning highlighted an 8-1 Hoosick Falls softball team win against Hoosic Valley Tuesday afternoon on the road.

The Panthers went up eight runs and didn't allow a run until the sixth inning.

Hoosick Falls' cleanup hitter Marissa Landry led the way offensively for the Panthers with a 2-for-4 day and a pair of runs batted in.

Abigail Philpott was strong on the mound with a complete game effort, striking out seven batters on the day.

Hoosick Falls improves to 6-4 on the season and plays Tamarac Thursday.

Bengals stifle Panthers

CLUMS CORNERS, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls baseball team couldn't muster much offense against Tamarac in a 7-0 loss Tuesday afternoon.

Bengals starting pitcher Tristan Nemjo struck out 12 batters and allowed just three hits to the Panthers on the day.

Ryan Landry had a double for Hoosick Falls, while Ryan Bloomer and Zach Morine both had singles.

The Panthers fall to 3-5 on the season with a 3-4 mark in Wasaren League play. They play Greenwich at home Wednesday.

Patriots take down Colonels

BRATTLEBORO — The Mount Anthony girls tennis team won all of its singles matches in a 5-2 victory against Brattleboro Tuesday on the road.

At No. 1 singles Anna Salem won her match 6-1, 6-2, while at No. 2 and No. 3 singles respectively, Caitlin Banks and Olivia Salem won in straight sets.

Emma Arlotta picked up her first win with a 6-3, 6-3 win at No. 4 singles, while Hayleigh Loomis won in straight sets at No. 5.

Both of MAU's doubles teams fell in close three set matches against the Colonels.

The Patriots' Kyonna Tobin had an exhibition match, where she won 6-1.

The win moves MAU to 2-0 on the season and they play BBA on Thursday.

Safford picks up third honor

ATTLEBORO, Mass. — Southern Vermont College freshman Alex Safford was selected as the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) Women's Lacrosse Rookie of the Week on Monday.

The honor is the third of the year for the Mountaineer after she was tabbed with the laurel on April 9 and then April 16.

Safford completed the regular season with another terrific week as she potted 12 goals across Southern Vermont's three games. She also had an assist, 12 ground balls and four caused turnovers.

In a Tuesday win at Bay Path University, the freshman posted six goals and seven ground balls. She then tallied five goals and an assist in a victory at Mitchell College on Saturday to help SVC take the No. 3 seed in the playoff tournament.

SVC's Arancio honored

BENNINGTON — The New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) announced on Monday its weekly award winners for the period ending April 29, 2018 with Southern Vermont College senior shortstop John Arancio being named the Baseball Player of the Week.

Arancio hit the cover off the ball through SVC's four games as he batted .688 with a 1.500 slugging percentage. He hit a home run in three-straight games including his second grand slam of the year.

The senior totaled 11 RBIs, nine runs scored and a walk. In his 16 at bats, Arancio only struck out once, while registering two doubles and a triple.

In Southern Vermont's Friday win over Newbury College, he hit for the cycle on a 4-for-5 showing at the dish. The Mountaineer then tallied his 100th career hit in the back end of Saturday's doubleheader against Lesley University.

Arancio and the Mountaineers wrap up regular season play on Wednesday with a 3:30 p.m. series finale against LU at home.

Indians edge Johnstown

JOHNSTOWN, N.Y. — It took the Cambridge boys lacrosse team until the overtime period to do it, but the Indians edged Johnstown 8-7 on the road Monday.

The Sir Bills rushed out to a 3-1 lead after one quarter, but Cambridge responded with two goals of its own to tie the game at the half.

Both teams score four goals in the second half to set up the overtime period where the Indians took the advantage.

Max Hoffer and Gabe Sgambettera had four goals apiece, while Jonas Butz and Jacob Murray both tallied an assist.

Zach Serpa scored five goals to lead Johnstown.

In goal, Daniel Blanchfield made 15 saves for Cambridge.

The Indians were back in action Tuesday and picked up their second win over Maple Hill with a 13-4 effort.

Hoffer led the way with four goals and three assists. Murray, Zack Rowland and Jamie Olvera all had two goals, while Butz, Tommy English and Dylan Bruce each tallied a single goal.

Panthers top Titans

HOOSICK, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls boys lacrosse team picked up a 13-11 win against Taconic Hills Monday afternoon at home.

Guy Milliman led for the Panthers with six goals, while Zaine Becker scored five goals.

A.J. Hurlburt and Jacob Travis both added a goal as well.

Roman Vyvial made four saves on the day.

The Panthers played Johnstown Tuesday and fell 14-7.

Zaine Becker led the way for Hoosick Falls with three goals, while Lucas Brogue added a pair. Guy Milliman and Zach Cahill both scored one goal.

CVU tops BBA

MANCHESTER — The Burr and Burton boys lacrosse team only mustered a goal and fell behind by six goals after one half against CVU Tuesday afternoon.

BBA's offense got going more in the second half, but the Redhawks still outscored them by one and went on to win 12-5 at Taylor Field.

Jake Baker had two goals on the day, while Teddy Miranda, Cam Hedberg and Logan Morgan all added one goal.

The Bulldogs fall to 3-4 on the season with their second straight loss,


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