MAU softball rolls past BBA

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MANCHESTER — The Mount Anthony softball team rolled to a 30-2 victory on Wednesday afternoon against Burr and Burton.

Cat Worthington went 5-for-6 and hit for the cycle, while Danielle Moscarello also went 5-for-6. Jaiden Guetti had three hits.

Brooke McNulty won her first varsity game, pitching all five innings. She allowed two runs and six hits, walking two and striking out four.

MAU is 5-2 on the year.

Black River defeats Arlington

ARLINGTON — The Arlington softball team fell 32-6 on Wednesday against Black River.

Shaana Staab, Megan McGann and Hunter Williams each had a pair of hits in defeat.

Arlington drops to 1-6.

Panthers come back to win in extras

HOOSICK, N.Y. — Down by two runs with two outs in the seventh, the Hoosick Falls baseball team tied the game on back-to-back doubles, then won it on a RBI groundout in the eighth to beat Tamarac, 5-4, on Wednesday.

Trailing 4-2, Ryan Bloomer and Max Kipp each had run-scoring doubles to tie the game at 4-4 and send it to extra innings.

In the bottom of the eighth, Jake Sparks started the inning with a base hit, was sacrificed over by Nicholas Houghton and after a single by Evan Webster, Isaac Humphrey drove in the winning run on a groundout.

Sparks earned the victory with four innings of relief.

Hoosick is 6-5 overall and hosts Greenwich on Friday.

Early scoring leads BBA past Terriers

MANCHESTER — Eight of the nine Burr and Burton starters had at least one hit as they topped Bellows Falls, 9-2, on Wednesday.

BBA scored all of its runs by the fourth inning. Blake Greene, John Morgantini and Ethan Senecal all had multi-hit days for the Bulldogs.

Joey McCoy earned the win, allowing two runs and two hits in five innings. He struck out nine and walked two.

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BBA is 6-2 and hosts Mount Anthony on Saturday.

BBA tennis tops Brattleboro

MANCHESTER — The Burr and Burton girls tennis team returned to the winning track with a 6-1 win over Brattleboro on Wednesday.

Winners at singles for BBA included Luna Bechstein, Spencer North, Sarah Asciutto and Avery Gilgallon. The teams of Katie Kelly and Rachel Jones won at No. 1 doubles, while Emily Sullivan and Mac Theurmer won at No. 2 doubles.

BBA is 4-1 on the year and hosts Rutland today.

Indians fall to Witches

CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — The Cambridge boys lacrosse team fell to rival Greenwich 18-6 Wednesday at home.

The Indians kept close in the first quarter, but the Witches were too strong the rest of the way for Cambridge to keep up.

Gabe Sgambettera had three goals to lead Cambridge.

Mounties top Patriots

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Anthony baseball team dropped a 12-4 decision to Mount Greylock on Wednesday.

Cole Bushee and Thomas Pietrzak each had two hits, while Charlie Gratton, Ethan LaBatt and Tanner King all had hits for the Patriots.

Caleb Hay took the loss for MAU, who drop to 1-6 on the season.

SMS skiers nominated for U.S. team

STRATTON—Five members of the Stratton Mountain School elite T2 team have been nominated to the twenty-member 2019-2020 U.S. Cross Country Ski Team.

The five from the SMS T2 team are Sophie Caldwell, Jessie Diggins, Simi Hamilton, Julia Kern PG, and Ben Ogden.

"Jessie Diggins and Simi Hamilton will lead an experienced team of athletes heading into the 2019-20 season, which includes the return of FIS Cross Country World Cup to the U.S. for the first time in 19 years on March 17 in Minneapolis, Minn," reads the official release from U.S. Ski and Snowboard. "The 2019-20 team also includes largest D-Team the U.S. has fielded in many years with nine athletes, including all four members of the gold-medal winning 2019 FIS Junior World Ski Championships men's relay team: Luke Jager, Ben Ogden, Johnny Hagenbuch and Gus Schumacher."

The U.S. Team nominees will participate in the first on-snow training camp of the season in Bend, Oregon beginning on May 18, and the official U.S. Team announcement is expected in the fall of 2019.


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