Post 13 splits doubleheader to Randolph

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RANDOLPH — The Bennington Post 13 American Legion baseball team split a doubleheader on Saturday against Randolph Post 9.

Post 13 got the better of it in Game 1, scoring a 12-2 victory, but Post 9 came back in a big way in Game 2, scoring a season-high 17 runs in a 17-7 win.

In Game 1, Chandler Pouk, Guy Milliman and Owen King all scored three runs to lead. In the second game, Post 9 scored five times in the first inning and scored multiple runs in every inning except the second.

Caleb Hay earned the win in Game 1 for Post 13, while Andrew Stevens took the loss in Game 2.

Post 13 is 8-9 overall and travels to Bellows Falls on Tuesday for a game scheduled at 7 p.m.

Manchester splits games at regional tournament

RAYNHAM, Mass. — The Manchester Youth Baseball 12U team won on Saturday but lost on Sunday at the regional Cal Ripken tournament in Massachusetts over the weekend.

On Saturday, MYB won 1-0 over the host team, scoring its only run in the first inning. It was the fourth shutout in the last five games going back to Vermont state play.

Seb Dostal started for MYB and got the victory, pitching five scoreless innings with six strikeouts. Max Brownlee came on in the sixth for the save.

On Sunday, MYB took a 1-0 lead in the top of the second inning against Suncook Valley, N.H., before allowing two runs in the fourth and three more in the fifth in a 5-1 loss. Brownlee started and struck out eight in 3 2/3 innings. He was followed by Anders Lowkes, who pitched the final 1 1/3 innings.

The team faces Marshwood, Maine, today at 4 p.m. in the final round of pool play before the tournament becomes single elimination starting Tuesday.

Tritons excel at Sprint Meet

RUTLAND — The Manchester Tritons had a multitude of top finishes at the annual Sprint Meet at Rutland on Saturday, with many of the younger swimmers taking center stage.

William Mair won three events, the 8U 25 backstroke, 25 breaststroke and the 25 freestyle.

In the 6U category, Theo Galloway won the 25 free and was second in the 25 breast and the 25 back. In the 25-yard breaststroke, he set a new team record with a time of 31.19 seconds, beating a record that had stood for 19 years.

In the 9-10 age category, Raven French won the 25 breast and the 25 free, while finishing second in the 25 back and the 25 fly.

Other winners for Manchester on the day were Freyja Borgia in the 6U 25 back and the 25 free and Corynn Wasyliko in the 17-and-over 50 breast.

Wasyliko led a 1-2-3 finish for the Tritons in the 50 breast event, followed in second by Aryn Iannuzzi and third by Lily Spencer. The three finished in order in the 50 butterfly and the 50 free as well, with Wasyliko second, Iannuzzi third and Spencer fourth.

Runner-ups included Corynn Wasyliko in the 17-and-over 50 back, Henry Galloway in the 11-12 50 back and Pernilla Borgia in the 9-10 25 free and 25 breast. Henry Galloway was also third in the 11-12 50 free and Nathan Younce was third in the 13-14 50 fly.

Alex Wasyliko finished second in three separate events, the 15-16 50 back, the 50 fly and the 50 free.

The Tritons next meet is on Tuesday.

Catamount 3-D competition

BENNINGTON — Catamount Bow Hunters is hosting an archery 3-D competition on Sunday, July 21.

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Registration for the event runs from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.

It costs adults $10 and youth $5 to register, with cubs getting in free with a paid adult.

There will be food and beverages available and members and non-members are welcome.

Catamount Bow Hunters is located at Route 7 South, Fuller Road West.

For more information, contact them at 802-442-3667 or visit their Facebook page.

SMS open training sessions

STRATTON—The Stratton Mountain School Nordic Program and the Elite SMS T2 Team will be hosting weekly training sessions each Thursday through August 8, and all ages are welcome. The training sessions will feature roller-skiing, hiking, ski walking, and a cookout, and additional workouts may be added throughout the summer.

SMS Nordic's Summer Training Program aims to get young athletes excited about Nordic Skiing in sessions led by members of the Elite SMS T2 Team — whose members, including Olympians Sophie Caldwell, Simi Hamilton, and Jessie Diggins, train in Stratton.

The program will be overseen by three-time U.S. Ski and Snowboard Coach of the Year, and former SMS Nordic Director, Sverre Caldwell.

For a full schedule, and to RSVP, find their "Summer BKL Training and Fun" on Facebook (www.facebook.com/smsnordic). Please contact Sverre Caldwell (scaldwell@gosms.org) with questions or for more information.

MAU coach hosts lacrosse camp

BENNINGTON — Mount Anthony girls lacrosse coach Emily Cross is hosting a Southern Vermont girls lacrosse camp, set to go from July 15-18.

The camp is offered to girls in grades 3 through 9 and will be coached by Cross and other MAU girls lacrosse alumni.

It will run from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. each day that week at Chesnut Field at Mount Anthony Union Middle School.

Registration for the camp costs $100.

Campers can expect individual skill building, team skills, new terminology, one-on-one evaluations and games/drills.

Campers should bring cleats, a lacrosse stick, a mouth guard, sun screen and water.

For more information, contact Emily Cross at (802) 688-3262, or by email at escross27@gmail.com

MAU job openings

BENNINGTON — A handful of coaching positions are open for Mount Anthony Union High School.

MAU is looking to fill the varsity baseball, varsity girls tennis, junior varsity boys basketball, middle school boys basketball and middle school boys soccer coaching positions for the 2019-20 school year.

Applicants should have previous coaching experience and a background in the sport.

Please send a letter of interest and coaching resume to:

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


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