MAU tops Stratton behind strong offense


STRATTON — David Chorlton scored two goals as the Mount Anthony boys soccer team picked up a 4-1 win against Stratton Mountain School Tuesday afternoon.

Jeff Potter and Sam Chaney both scored one goal as well for MAU.

Jack Rogge had two saves for the Patriots.

MAU improves to 3-1 and plays rival Burr and Burton Thursday at 7 p.m. in the opening round of the John James Tournament at Spinelli Field.

Panthers fall in 2OT

HOOSICK, N.Y. — In a back and forth game between the Hoosick Falls boys soccer team and Tamarac, the Bengals came out on top with a 5-4 win in double overtime.

Tamarac's Max Ali got the scoring started with a goal on a ball bouncing around the box. Hoosick Falls soon tied it up when Daniel Louis-Charles beat the keeper to the side netting.

Then Tamarac scored two more goals, one from Miles Ednie on a penalty kick and another from Ali.

Hoosick Falls scored two quick goals, one from Connor Jones assisted by Corey Whitman and another from Zach Cahill.

Before the half ended, Tamarac scored another goal from Ali to lead 4-3 at half.

Early in the second half, Hoosick Falls got the equalizer when Matt LaPorte headed home a corner from Ethan Mattison.

Overtime started with both teams putting on a lot of pressure, but to no avail. Early in the second overtime, Ali got by two defenders to slot home his fourth and game-winning goal.

The Panthers fall to 2-2 and plays Greenwich on the road Thursday.

Arlington edges West Rutland

WEST RUTLAND — The Arlington boys soccer team picked up its second win of the season, topping West Rutland 3-2 in overtime Tuesday afternoon.

The game was tied 1-1 at halftime after a goal by Dominic Whalen with an assist by Jack Lane.

Lewis Whalen scored the second goal for Arlington and the game was tied 2-2 in the last 10 minutes of regulation.

Gabe Enzensperger scored the deciding goal a minute and thirty seconds into overtime to give the Eagles the win.

Arlington improves to 2-0 on the season and plays Brattleboro in the first round of the John James Tournament Thursday at Mount Anthony Union.

Indians tie Waterford

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CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — The Cambridge boys soccer team and Waterford played to a 2-2 tie this afternoon in Wasaren League play.

The Indians' Orion Baker-Porazinski opened the scoring in the first half on an assist from Austin Hackman.

After Waterford tied the game early in the second half, Hackman found Baker-Porazinski in the 72nd minute to put Cambridge up again.

The Fordians fought hard for the final five minutes, challenging every ball and putting the pressure on Cambridge all over the field. It paid off in the 77th minute, when Jaycen Janusz scored on an assist from Nick Rich.

The overtime period featured several good scoring chances for both teams, but neither was able to put in the game winner.

Parker Robertson had seven saves on the day for the Indians.

Cambridge is 1-1-1 with the tie and plays Berlin on the road Thursday.

3-D Hunter Shoot

BENNINGTON — The Catamount Bow Hunters 3-D Hunter Shoot is set for this Sunday, September 16.

Registration goes from 7 a.m. to noon.

It costs adults $10 and youths $5 to register. Cubs are free with a paid adult.

Members and nonmembers are welcome to the event and food and beverages will be available.

Catamount Bow Hunters Inc. is located on Route 7 South, Fuller Road West in Bennington.

For more information call 802-442-3667 or visit their Facebook page at

Prospect Mountain meeting

WOODFORD — After 26 years of owning and managing Prospect Mountain, Steve Whitham and Andrea Amodeo have decided it is time for the ski area to have new owners.

A local, non-profit group comprised of Prospect diehards, local business people and the Vermont Land Trust has been working with Steve and Andrea for the past two years to facilitate a good transition.

This group - Prospect Mountain Association - intends to purchase Prospect and run it as a community cross-country ski center, much as it has been for years.

There will be an informational meeting on Sunday, Sept. 16 at 2 p.m. at the Prospect lodge to share information with you about Prospect's immediate future and how you can help.

This also will be a chance for everyone to catch up with old friends, sign up as a volunteer, and to get a special discount on your season pass.

Please join us to answer your questions and learn more about this exciting community-run effort.


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