Roundup: MAU tops Spartans, picks up first win

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GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — The Mount Anthony girls volleyball team grabbed its first win of the 2019 season, topping Monument Mountain 3-1 Monday afternoon.

MAU won by set scores of 25-21, 25-20, 22-25 and 25-15.

Ari Douglas led the way with eight kills, while Dani Moscarello and Amber Metcalfe had six apiece.

Moscarello was great defensively with three blocks.

Zoey Amoroso had 35 digs and Gabby Beal had 31 digs on the day.

Emilie O'Brien controlled the match with her serving. The senior had 21 service points and 10 aces.

The Patriots improve to 1-10 and host Pittsfield tonight at 6 p.m.

BBA shuts down St. J

MANCHESTER — The Burr and Burton field hockey team cruised to a 6-0 win against Saint Johnsbury Monday afternoon at home.

BBA got on the board quick when Efremia Geralis scored unassisted with 28:49 left in the first half.

Abby Farrington extended the lead with 17:05 in the half, before Katie Crabtree and Ava Walsh scored late first half goals on assists from Annabelle Gray and Farrington, respectively.

The Bulldogs added to their lead with Riley Callen scoring on another Gray assist.

Emma Hall finished the scoring on a Callen assist halfway through the second half.

BBA was in total domination the whole day as they had a 16-0 advantage in corners and a 20-0 shot advantage.

"BBA dominated this game from the opening seconds of the game and never let down," said Bulldogs coach Barb Miceli. "Katie Crabtree was speedy and aggressive and she put on a show with her skills on the left wing. Riley Callen had a great second half at center mid and Serena Harris came up with defensive blocks repeatedly at the right back position."

"The entire team played with intensity — they were communicating, moving to the ball and passing so well today," she continued. "It is exciting to be heading into postseason with the team clicking this way."

BBA moves to 7-6 on the year and is home on Wednesday against Hartford at 4 p.m.

Panthers beat Indians

HOOSICK, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls girls soccer team picked up a 2-1 win against Glens Falls Monday afternoon.

The Panthers scored the first goal in the first half. Meg Perry took a corner kick and found the ball back on her foot from 30 yards out. Perry decided to take a shot at the goal from that distance and netted the early goal.

The game went into halftime 1-0 and Phoebe Thomson added a goal in the second half.

The Indians scored a goal late to cut down the lead.

Logan Thayne made three saves for Hoosick Falls in the win.

The Panthers improve to 9-5 and play Stillwater on Wednesday.

Smith, Bloomer strong in Round 1

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ALTAMONT, N.Y. — Hoosick Falls golf's Mat Smith and Ryan Bloomer competed Monday at Orchard Creek Golf Course, looking to earn a spot on the Section II team for the state tournament in June.

Smith shot a 78, while Bloomer shot a 79. Both reached the state tournament, which will take place at Cornell, last year.

The second round of the tournament continues today at Orchard Creek.

Cambridge falls to Wildcats

CASTLETON, N.Y. — The Cambridge boys soccer team fell to Maple Hill 2-1 in its last matchup of the Wildcats' annual tournament Monday afternoon.

Aiden Fletcher scored for the Wildcats to give Maple Hill a 1-0 lead at the half.

Eli Charlebois scored for the Wildcats in the second half.

Cambridge added a goal in the second half when Ori Baker-Porazinski scored on a assist from Charlie Dill and Jordan Brown.

Parker Robertson made 12 saves for the Indians.

Luke Charlebois was the offensive player of the tournament, while Maple Hill keeper Aidan Percy was the defensive player of the tournament.

The Indians drops to 7-7-1 on the season and plays Waterford on Thursday.

New Lebanon tops Indians

CASTLETON, N.Y. — The Cambridge girls soccer team had a significant shot advantage, but fell to New Lebanon 1-0 Monday afternoon.

New Lebanon scored the lone goal of the day in the second half.

The Indians drop to 9-5 on the year.

MAU wrestlers in Super 32

GREENSBORO, N.C. — A trio of Mount Anthony wrestlers competed in the 2019 Super 32 tournament, which started on Friday and wrapped up on Sunday.

Sam Wilkins, in the 182-pound weight class, made it to the Round of 16 on Saturday with pins against Florida's Lane Kida and Georgia's Aiden Giroux.

In the Round of 16, Wilkins was pinned by Indiana's Joseph Walker and he fell in the consolation round to Ohio's Gavin Bell in a 4-2 decision.

At 152, the Patriots were represented by Keegan Coon and Aaron Johnson.

Coon won his first match by a 10-7 decision over Florida's Erik Rodriguez, before losing to Pennsylvania's Jason Rezac by decision in the next round.

Coon fell to Florida's Parker Drake in the consolation bracket.

Johnson lost his first match by pin against Louisiana's Evan Yant, before falling to Ohio's Brandon Batson in the consolation round.

5K Run/Walk and Family Fun Run

NORTH BENNINGTON — The Village School of North Bennington is hosting the 3rd annual Track and Treat on Sunday morning, Oct 27. This event includes a 5K run/walk and a 1-Mile Family Fun Run, plus a special adventure course for young children. Runners and spectators are encouraged to dress up in costume. For more details and registration, go to vsnb.org/track-and-treat-fun-run/ or to register for the race go to RunReg.com/track-and-treat-5k.


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