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BRATTLEBORO — The Mount Anthony girls basketball team bounced back nicely on Monday with a 42-35 win at Brattleboro.

Grace Mahar had a double-double with 17 points and 14 rebounds, followed by Cat Worthington's 11.

Alyssa Scherlin led the Colonels with 14.

The two teams will get together again on Wednesday, this time at Kates Gym in Bennington.

Eagles fall to Horde

ARLINGTON — The Arlington girls basketball team got down by double-digits in the first half and couldn't recover in a 49-36 loss to West Rutland.

Schuylar Nolan led the Eagles with 15 points, while Haley Mattison added 12 on four 3-pointers.

Jenee McGee led all scorers with 16 for the Horde.

Arlington drops to 6-11 on the year and host Poultney on Thursday.

Brattleboro gets past Mount Anthony

BENNINGTON — Playing in its second game in three days, the Mount Anthony boys basketball team dropped a 58-43 decision to Brattleboro on Monday.

Gavin Johnson led the way for the Patriots (2-11) with 16 points, followed by Brandon Anderson's 10.

Brattleboro had three players in double figures, led by Adam Newton with 16, Hunter Beebe with 13 and Charlie Galanes with 12.

MAU is scheduled to play Wednesday on the road against Hoosac Valley, Mass.

Fair Haven tops BBA

MANCHESTER — The Burr and Burton girls basketball team dropped a 44-32 decision to Fair Haven on Monday night.

Fair Haven had three players in double figures, led by Ryleigh Coloutti with 16, Kerigan Disorda with 14 and Kaileigh Brown with 10.

Burr and Burton was led by Carol Herbert's 10 and Grace Pinkus' 8 points.

BBA is scheduled to play at home Thursday against Rutland.

Sharon edges Arlington

ARLINGTON — The Arlington boys basketball team had three players in double figures, but were edged by Sharon Academy, 48-41.

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Kolby Wilkins was the high scorer with 14 for the Eagles, while Jack Lane added 11 and Matt Ritchie 10.

The Eagles are 5-6 and are scheduled to face Proctor on Wednesday.

Moonlight ski this weekend

WOODFORD — A Moonlight Ski is scheduled for February 16 at Prospect Mountain.

The doors open at 5:30 p.m. and a full course dinner begins at 6 p.m.

After dinner, a moonlight ski out to a festive bonfire is the attraction of the event, followed by dessert.

For passholders, it's $25 and non-passholders is $35. Children under 12 are $15.

Reserve a space by email at david@prospectmountain.com

MAU coaching openings

BENNINGTON — Mount Anthony Union High School is looking to fill multiple head coaching positions for the 2019 spring season.

The positions of varsity girls lacrosse coach, varsity girls tennis coach, and JV boys lacrosse coaches are open to interested candidates.

Applicants should have previous coaching experience and a strong background in the sport. Send a letter of interest and coaching resume to:

Ashley Hoyt, Activities Director, Mt. Anthony Union High School, 301 Park Street Bennington, VT 05201 or to Ashley.Hoyt@svsu.org.

Applications will be accepted until the jobs are filled.

Bennington Little League registration

BENNINGTON — Registration for the 2019 season will be held on the following dates: February 13, 14 and 21 at the Fire House on River Street in Bennington from 6 p.m.-8 p.m.

All players' ages 5 to 12 years of age in the Bennington and surrounding area looking to play baseball this year need to register on one of these four dates.

For all registrants a photocopy of the birth certificate is required. Registration fee is $75 per player with a family maximum of $100 for all divisions except T-Ball (Instructional) which has been reduced to $50. The price includes the annual fundraiser.

For questions, please contact Geoff Metcalfe at 802-442-5465.

Hoosick baseball, softball registration

HOOSICK, N.Y. — Registration has started for the Hoosick Falls Little League.

Registrations will be available until Feb. 28. For questions, call Ted Senecal at 518-331-7286.


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