Panthers rush past Cairo-Durham
CAIRO, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls football team scored all of its touchdowns on the ground in a 33-20 win over Cairo-Durham on Saturday.
Max Kipp led the way with 90 yards and two touchdowns rushing, while Liam McGarvin rushed for 27 yards and two scores.
The Panthers also scored on an interception return for a touchdown as they improve to 1-1 on the season.
Ogilvie leads Indians past Lake George
SALEM, N.Y. — Kaedin Ogilvie scored five touchdowns on the ground as Cambridge zipped past Lake George/Hadley-Luzerne, 45-19, on Saturday at Salem Central School.
Ogilvie carried 15 times for 112 yards and the five scores. Jacob Ruggles was 9-of-14 for 127 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions, while Soyer Mattson was the target of most of those completions, catching six balls for 117 yards and a score.
Cambridge improves to 2-0 and travels to Hoosic Valley next.
CVU blanks Mount Anthony
BENNINGTON — Champlain Valley scored three of its four goals after halftime as the RedHawks beat Mount Anthony, 4-0, on Saturday.
Four different players scored for CVU (3-0), including Maggie Gannon, Gillian Magnier, Josie Pecor and Olivia Zubarik.
Ella Polli made two saves for CVU. Lexi Gerow had 14 stops for Mount Anthony, who drops to 1-3.
BBA unbeaten streak ends at five
MANCHESTER — Essex's Abby Robbins scored the lone goal of the game against Burr and Burton on Saturday afternoon.
The goal was assisted by Maya Desautels.
Rachel Botala had eight saves, while Carol Herbert had nine stops for BBA, who are now 5-1 on the season. Essex improves to 3-0-1.
Storm edged by Blackhawks
BENNINGTON — In a matchup of the two top teams in the Double A division of the New England Football League, the Southern Vermont Storm were edged by the Green Valley Blackhawks, 14-12.
Lavante Wiggins scored on a 1-yard touchdown run in the first quarter to give the Storm the lead, but the Blackhawks put points on the board in both the second and third quarter to take the lead into the fourth.
Jonathan Resto found Steven Stojda for a 60-yard touchdown pass with five minutes left, but the two-pointer was no good and time ran out on a comeback.
The Storm are 6-2 and face the Brunswick Bearcats on Saturday at Lasalle Institute in Troy, N.Y.
MAU coaching opening
BENNINGTON — Mount Anthony Union High School is looking for a new varsity girls basketball coach.
Interested people can contact MAU athletic director Ashley Hoyt at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Sage boys basketball clinic
ALBANY, N.Y. — Sage College is hosting a Columbus Day basketball clinic for boys on October 14.
The clinic is open to boys 10 to 17.
There is free early drop off and late pick up options available.
You can register online at sagegators.com.
Please contact Brian Barnes at 518-292-1969 or by email email@example.com for more information.
St. Peter's golf tournament
BENNINGTON — Saint Peters Church is hosting a nine-hole golf tournament at Mount Anthony Country Club on Saturday, September 28 at 1 p.m.
The tournament costs $70 to take part and includes a cart, along with gifts and prizes and gathering after the tournament.
Singles, doubles, three or foursomes are welcome to compete.
For more information, call 802-447-0119.
Hoyt Charity Golf Tournament
MANCHESTER — The 28th Annual Win Hoyt Charity Golf Tournament will be held Wednesday, September 18 at the Ekwanok Country Club.
Registration opens at 11 a.m., lunch is at 12 p.m. and players tee off at 12:30 p.m.
The tournament is named in memory of Win Hoyt, a long-time Manchester resident and former Director of the Chamber.
In 1970, Win took over the Caddie Scholarship Program at Ekwanok and provided leadership until his death in 1989.
Proceeds will be divided equally between Bennington County Habitat for Humanity and the Manchester Community Library.
Cost to play is $150; sponsorship opportunities are available at different levels.
For more information, to reserve a team or be paired up with a foursome, please contact Bennington County Habitat, 802-367-1000, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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