MAU perfect at Springfield quad-meet

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — The Mount Anthony wrestling team went 4-0 at the Springfield Central quad-meet on Saturday.

The Patriots topped Windham 72-6, Keene, N.H., 57-15, Pinkerton Academy (N.H.) 42-39 and Lincoln-Sudbury 53-6.

Going undefeated on the day included Landon Davis at 106 pounds, Christian Burdick (120), Keenan Taylor (138), Keegan Coon (145), Gage McLaughlin (152) and Sam Wilkins (195).

Kyle Hurley, Adam Frost, Logan Sprague and Dakota Blair were 3-1, with Stephen Brillon 2-1. Sam Blackman and Hayden Gaudette finished the day at 2-2.

MAU is right back on the mat tonight at 5 p.m. when they face Connecticut rival Danbury at Kates Gymnasium.

BBA scores with two seconds left to top Lyndon

LYNDONVILLE — Getting down 2-1 after two periods, Burr and Burton scored two goals in the final three minutes, including one with two seconds to go, to steal a 3-2 win over Lyndon on Saturday.

Duncan Chamberlain scored with two seconds left, off an assist from Johnny Miceli and Owen King, to score the winner.

Down 2-0, Nicky Miceli cut the lead in half off an assist from Quinn Morningham and Matt Grabher.

With 2:15 to go, Jordan Eisenman tied the game, assisted by Joey McCoy.

Ethan Simonds made 15 saves for BBA, who are 6-6 and face U-32 on Jan. 30.

MacDonald scores the winner to lead BBA

MANCHESTER — Chloe MacDonald scored with 1:24 left in overtime to send the Burr and Burton girls hockey team over U-32, 2-1, on Saturday.

BBA is 5-4-1 and they've won five of their last six games.

Stella Turner scored the other goal for the Bulldogs, while Allie Guthrie scored for U-32 to tie the game in the final two minutes.

Brianna Rich had 25 saves for U-32, while Lola Herzog had 27 stops.

Burr and Burton, who are tied for first in Division III, faces North Country-Lyndon on Saturday.

Salem-Cambridge second at Kossmann Duals

SCHOHARIE, N.Y. — The Salem-Cambridge wrestling team went 3-1 and finished in second place at the Kossmann Duals on Saturday.

They lost the first dual of the day to Saratoga Springs, 51-24, but came back with three straight victories, topping the host Schoharie 60-24, Schalmont 40-36 and Canajoharie-Fort Plain, 66-21.

Granville was a perfect 4-0 to win the tournament.

Jamie Olvera, Matt Gerber and Lucas Martindale won all of their matches on the afternoon.

Salem-Cambridge is off until next Saturday, when they host the Ken Baker Classic for the Wasaren League championship. The event will be held at Cambridge Central School.

SVC falls to New England College

HENNIKER, N.H. — The Southern Vermont College women's basketball team started the second half of its New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) schedule on Saturday—falling 68-39 to New England College at Bridges Gym.

Southern Vermont sophomore Brenna Hudson led the team with 10 points, and she also had six rebounds on the day. Aliesha Thomas chalked up eight points and four boards in 12 minutes off the bench, and senior Maddy Main registered a team-high seven rebounds. Di Smith chipped in with six points and six boards during 14 minutes of reserve time.

The Mountaineers trailed 32-16 at halftime, and the Pilgrims then pulled away in the fourth to sweep the season series.

Next up for SVC (4-13, 2-8 NECC) is a 7 p.m. home game on Tuesday as the Mountaineers host Dean College during the American Cancer Society's Coaches vs. Cancer Suits and Sneakers Week.

Road to Ruin race

LONDONDERRY — Get ready to take a road trip for Magic's newest event in its trilogy of non-sanctioned extreme ski/ride competitions that started with TUCK IT on Dec 31st and ends with Master of the Mountain on March 2nd.

It's the series debut on February 2nd of the "Road to Ruin."

Presented by Two Roads Brewery, "Road to Ruin" is a throwback to the classic 80's ski movie Hot Dog: The Movie, with a flat-out race top-to-bottom on double-back diamonds (no gates and on trails that will be open only to the competitors during the event).

The twist is that on this steeply-pitched road, it will be a "mass-start" and finish and the first across the finish line wins.

There will be heats of 8-10 competitors grouped by age and gender; all heat competitors will start at the same time and will race each other down Witch, then taking a right turn down Black Line where the finish line will be set up when Black Line intersects with Hocus Pocus; the first to cross the finish is the winner of that heat and each heat winner heads to the finals; the final championship run resumes back up at the start line on Witch where there will be another mass-start of all heat winners (8-10 heat winners); the top 3 finishers of the final run win their portion of the $1,500 cash purse for Road to Ruin; the winners of each heat also receive medals and prizes.

Road to Ruin is open to 100 entries with a minimum age of 10 years old.

Online registration ends February 1 at 5 p.m. Entry fee is $40 and a discounted lift ticket of $40 will need to be purchased. Day of registration on February 2 will be allowed if there is room at a $50 entry fee, but must be signed-up by 10 a.m. A Road to Ruin t-shirt is included for each competitor. Registration/bib pick up is from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Magic's ticket office.

The event is sponsored by Two Roads Brewery, Bern Unlimited and Suburban Ski & Bike.

MAU coaching openings

BENNINGTON — Mount Anthony Union High School is looking to fill multiple head coaching positions for the 2019 spring season.

The position of varsity girls lacrosse coach and varsity girls tennis coach are open to interested candidates.

Applicants should have previous coaching experience and a strong background in the sport. Send a letter of interest and coaching resume to:

Ashley Hoyt, Activities Director, Mt. Anthony Union High School, 301 Park Street Bennington, VT 05201 or to

Applications will be accepted until the jobs are filled.

MAU wrestling pancake breakfast

BENNINGTON — The Mount Anthony wrestling team will host a pancake breakfast to raise money for a family who lost their home in a recent fire. The event will be on January 27 from 7:30 to noon at Mount Anthony Union High School. Tickets for the event will be $12 for adults and $5 for kids.

For more information, contact Jen Gardner at 802-688-8913.

Hoosick baseball, softball registration

HOOSICK, N.Y. — Registration has started for the Hoosick Falls Little League. There's an early bird registration in January, a $5 discount for each registration.

Registrations will be available until Feb. 28. For questions, call Ted Senecal at 518-331-7286.


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