PK sends Essex past BBA
MANCHESTER — Despite an early lead, the Burr and Burton boys soccer team dropped a 2-1 decision to Essex at Taylor Field on Tuesday.
Jayden Bloom scored on a corner from Johnny Miceli for the advantage in the fourth minute, but Essex tied it on a near post strike from sophomore Carter Frankenhoff. BBA senior keeper Liam Day kept it knotted for BBA on a nice point blank save to end the half.
The winning goal came early in the second half on a penalty kick by junior midfielder, Stefan Digangi.
Burr and Burton falls to 8-5 and finishes their regular season at Mount Anthony on Thursday night at 6 p.m. Essex moves to 9-3-1.
Hoosick's Smith leads after first round
ALTAMONT, N.Y. — Hoosick Falls junior Mat Smith shot a 3-under 68 in the opening round of the Section II state qualifier on Tuesday, including his first hole-in-one on the sixth hole, a 147-yard par 3.
Senior Ryan Bloomer fired a 2-over 73, putting him in sixth before the tournament's final round on Friday.
Nine of the 20 remaining golfers will advance to play in the state tournament in June.
Arlington edges GMU
CHESTER — The Arlington boys soccer team finished the regular season with a 3-2 win in overtime against Green Mountain.
Lewis Whalen scored the first two goals for Arlington, the first assisted by Cameron Rhodes and the second by Gabe Enzensperger.
In overtime, Dominic Whalen scored the winner, assisted by Alberto Lopez.
Bryce Harrington had six saves. They finish the regular season at 10-3-1 and sit in the third spot in the Division IV standings.
Late goals down Patriots
BRATTLEBORO — The Mount Anthony boys soccer team hung with Division I rival Brattleboro for the first half of its game Tuesday night, but struggled in the second half, losing 5-0.
The Colonels had a 1-0 lead at the half and MAU pressured well early in the second half to knot the score the score, but were unsuccessful.
Brattleboro netted four goals throughout the second frame to put the game away.
The Patriots drop to 3-9-1 and are scheduled to play Burr and Burton at home on Thursday. MAU needs to win that game to qualify for the D-I playoffs, due to the school's win percentage rule.
Pittsfield edges Mount Anthony
BENNINGTON — The Mount Anthony volleyball team dropped a 3-1 match to Pittsfield on Tuesday night in Kates Gym.
The set scores were 23-25, 20-25, 25-11 and 23-25.
Dani Moscarello filled the score sheet with 11 kills, six blocks and nine digs. Amber Metcalfe added eight points, two kills and 14 digs, while Keely Greene had nine points and three aces.
The JV squad fell 2-1, winning the first set before dropped the last two.
5K Run/Walk and Family Fun Run
NORTH BENNINGTON — The Village School of North Bennington is hosting the 3rd annual Track and Treat on Sunday morning, Oct 27. This event includes a 5K run/walk and a 1-Mile Family Fun Run, plus a special adventure course for young children. Runners and spectators are encouraged to dress up in costume. For more details and registration, go to vsnb.org/track-and-treat-fun-run/ or to register for the race go to RunReg.com/track-and-treat-5k.
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