Mount Anthony No. 1 in Pom


MISSISQUOI — The Mount Anthony dance team climbed to the top of the podium on Saturday, scoring a victory in the Pom division in the opening meet of the year.

It was a rough start to the day, according to MAU coach Erica Cummings.

"The heater and defroster went in the bus about a half-hour into the trip, so we had to wait for another bus," Cummings said. "The girls came together [after that] and really performed well. One of the comments from the judges said it looked like they were having fun performing."

Mount Anthony was fourth overall in the other discipline, Jazz.

The Patriots travel back north next weekend when they go to Colchester.

Panthers go 4-1 at Warrensburg Duals

WARRENSBURG, N.Y. — Three Hoosick Falls wrestlers were undefeated on Saturday at the Warrensburg Duals.

Matt Laporte at 132 pounds, Roman Vyvial at 160 and Craig Sawyer at 285 all went 5-0 to help the team to a second-place finish at the event.

Hoosick topped Beekmantown 48-24, Albany Academy 54-18, Hudson Falls 57-33 and Monticello 58-5, and lost only to the home team, 57-29.

Vyvial had pins in all his matches, while Laporte had four pins in five matches. Sawyer had a pair of falls as he was named Most Outstanding Wrestler for the upper weights.

Five other competitors went 4-1, including Gabe Fisher at 113, Zoe Gress at 126, Sam Richard at 145, Ethan Mattison at 152 and Liam McGarvin at 170 pounds.

Logan Powers went 3-2 at 138, while Keegan Philpott and Hunter Hathaway were each 2-3.

Hoosick Falls travels to Duanesburg for a dual on Wednesday.

Burr and Burton girls shut out North Country-Lyndon

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NEWPORT — The Burr and Burton girls hockey team scored goals in the first and third period to top North Country-Lyndon 2-0 on Saturday.

In the first period, Jessica Grabher scored off an assist from Charleigh Carthy to take the lead. The BBA offense outshot NC-LI 12-2 in the second but couldn't find the back of the net until the third, when Miranda Eisenman scored with 12 seconds left on an empty-net tally.

Lola Herzog had 19 saves to earn the shutout for the Bulldogs, who have won three straight and take a 3-3-1 record to Wednesday's game against Spaulding.

BBA boys blank Milton

MANCHESTER — The Burr and Burton boys hockey team scored a pair of power-play goals in the first period to propel themselves to a 3-0 win over Milton on Saturday at Riley Rink.

"It was our best game of the season, everyone just did their job," said BBA coach Mark Slade. "And we played lockdown defense in the third."

Joey McCoy scored both goals in the first period about 30 seconds apart. Milton was called for two penalties on the same play, setting up BBA with a 5-on-3. McCoy scored shortly after, assisted by Jordan Eisenman and Duncan Chamberlain.

BBA still had a 5-on-4 and McCoy scored again — assisted by Chamberlain and Johnny Miceli — to take a 2-0 lead.

In the third period, Eisenman scored on an empty-netter, assisted by McCoy, for the final score.

Ethan Simonds made 33 stops for BBA, while Jackson Ehler made 24 saves for the Yellowjackets. BBA is 4-4 and travels to Northfield on Wednesday.

SVC tripped up by Dean

FRANKLIN, Mass. — Southern Vermont College returned to New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) men's basketball action Saturday afternoon with a 73-69 loss at Dean College.

After going into halftime down 31-26, SVC found itself with a 10-point deficit midway through the second half. The Mountaineers bounced back and got within two in the final seconds, but the visitors couldn't get a go-ahead 3-pointer to fall with time waning.

SVC senior Josh Borders tallied a team-high 19 points while adding four rebounds, four assists, and three steals to his line. Classmate Andre Hodo notched his fifth double-double of the season with 16 points and a team-leading 11 rebounds, and he also had four assists in the effort. Donnell Frayer Jr. posted 13 points, five steals, and four assists on the day.

Southern Vermont (8-3, 2-1 NECC) is next in action on Tuesday with a 5 p.m. league tilt at Newbury College.


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