Patriots end regular season with victory

FAIR HAVEN — The Mount Anthony girls soccer team shut out Fair Haven 4-0 Tuesday on the road in their regular season finale.

Jordan Mattison scored the first goal for the Patriots with the assist coming from Kaidin Gauthier. MAU would add a trio of insurance goals with the first coming from Emma Arlotta, assisted by Cat Worthington. The third goal was scored by Allie Bullett with the assist going to Mattison. Bethany Hassett scored the final goal off of a Rebecca Crosier assist.

Madison Breese and Taylor Andrews shared time in goal for the Patriots. Breese made four saves and Andrews had one

MAU finishes the regular season with an 8-5 record.

BBA tops Rutland

RUTLAND — An Ian Maier goal with 16 minutes left was the difference as the Burr and Burton boys soccer team beat Rutland, 2-1, on Thursday.

Egan Schmitt had the assist on Maier's goal, a header over Rutland's goalie.

Ben Stewart scored on a penalty kick in the 30th minute, his team-leading 10th goal of the year.

Rutland's Eli Henni scored with 13:13 left to cut the lead to one, but BBA held on through the final minutes.

Joe Hancock made seven saves for BBA, who finish the regular season at 7-5-2.

BBA wins eighth straight

MANCHESTER — Scoreless for 78 minutes, senior Hannah Pinkus scored to give the Burr and Burton girls soccer team a 1-0 win over Brattleboro in the team's regular season finale on Thursday.

Sam Citron kept the Colonels out of the net, helping BBA win its eighth straight game.

BBA finishes the regular season at 11-3 and await seedings on Monday.

SVC wins five-set marathon

BENNINGTON — The Southern Vermont College volleyball team edged SUNY-Cobleskill, 3-2, at the Mountaineer Athletic Center.

Cobleskill took the first set, 25-22, before SVC took the next two sets. Cobleskill won the fourth, setting up a decisive fifth set that SVC won 16-14.

Liv Sowles had 22 kills while Nikki Ramirez added 15 for the Mountaineers. Abigail Landon had 36 assists and 17 digs, while Heidy Benitez had 17 digs as well.

SVC improves to 6-17 on the season.

Long Trail wins MVL D division

WEST RUTLAND — The Long Trail boys soccer team won its first Marble Valley League division title on Thursday, scoring a 2-1 win over West Rutland.

Will McCullough tallied to open the scoring from 25 yards out and then Franco Cassotti doubled the lead to make it 2-0 midway through the first half.

Eric Maxham scored with 2:21 left in the half to cut the deficit but that's as far as the Horde would get.

Long Trail finishes the regular season at 11-2-1 and awaits its seeding this weekend.

MAYAA registration

BENNINGTON — The Mount Anthony Youth Athletic Association will host a pair of registration nights for its basketball program.

The two in-person registrations will take place on Nov. 7 and Nov. 9 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Bennington Elementary School.

The board will be at the registrations for parents to ask questions.

Registration is already online at and will be until Nov. 3. The cost is $40 per child or $70 per family.

MAYAA is for kids from grades 1 to 6.

For more information, contact president Tim Hutton at 802-688-6427.

Track and Treat Halloween Fun Run in North Bennington

NORTH BENNINGTON — The Village School of North Bennington is hosting a 5K Run/Walk and 1 Mile Family Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, Oct 28. There will also be an Obstacle/Adventure Course available for the younger children. Registration is at 8 a.m. with the Family Fun Run/Walk at 9 a.m. and the 5K Run/Walk at 9:30 A.M.. 5K Pre-registration is $20, day of race is $25; Family Fun Run $10.

Participants are encouraged to dress in costume and prizes will be given! Bring the entire family to the Village School of North Bennington for a fun morning. To enter, send checks to VSNB at PO Box 847, North Bennington, VT 05257, or go to the Events page at to download a registration form.

The Village School of North Bennington is located between School and Church streets. For more information call 802-442-5955.


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