MAU sweeps season series against Rutland
The game was close throughout and went into halftime with MAU up by just one goal. The second half was much of the same and it wasn't halfway through the half where the Patriots took the advantage that they rode to victory.
Junior Avery Galle led the way for MAU with three goals on the day, along with one assist. Mackenzie Mayhew and Caroline Musinski both had two goals. Musinski was strong in the passing game to, assisting on a pair of Patriot goals.
Taylor Andrews, Amber Metcalf, Rebecca Crosier and Natalie Jelley all had one goal for MAU.
Mia Schneeberger had 11 saves on the day and continues to come into her own in her first full year starting in net for the Patriots.
On the Rutland side, Francie Ettori led the way with three goals. Brianna Beauchamp had two goals, while Logan Kingsman, Kennedy Birdsey, Maggie Schillinger and Riley Burgess all had one goal.
MAU improves to 9-2 on the season and sweeps the season series against the Raiders, having beat them previously in April. The Patriots play Woodstock for the second time this season on Thursday at home and take on a 4-8 Pittsfield team on Friday on the road. The game with the Generals will be the third game the Patriots have played against a team from the Berkshire County league, having already beaten Mount Greylock and Wahconah earlier in the season.
Pickleball in Cambridge
CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — If you like to play ping-pong, tennis, racquetball, squash or badminton then you will like the fun and fast growing game of pickleball.
Come to the CCS gym on Friday evenings from 6-8pm and on Sundays from 12-2.
Times and days will be changing once school is out so call or email Mary Bates Muckle at email@example.com or 802-681-6231 to confirm or have your questions answered. If you've never played then you have no bad habits! so come give it a try.
Bring sneakers and wear clothes you like to move around in. There will be racquets to borrow.
Support National Pickleball month and come and learn to play the game at CCS. Ages 16 + are welcome
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