Roundup: Hutchison too much for Burr and Burton in loss


MANCHESTER — The Burr and Burton football team had no answer for Saint Johnsbury's David Hutchison, falling 50-38 to the Hilltoppers Friday night at Applejack Stadium.

Hutchison started the scoring with 9:42 to play in the first quarter with a touchdown run.

BBA quickly answered back with Joey McCoy connecting with John Morgantini for a touchdown. Following a missed extra point, the Bulldogs trailed 7-6.

SJA caused a safety to make it 9-6, and less than a minute later, Hutchison ran in another touchdown.

McCoy and Jack Morrison connected for a touchdown to cut the lead to 16-12.

McCoy ran in the next score to take a lead and then found Morrison again to extend the lead to 25-16.

The Hilltoppers took control from there.

Trey Alercio threw his first touchdown of the day to Hutchison to make it 25-23 and another Hutchison touchdown run put SJA ahead.

The Hilltoppers scored another touchdown to extend their lead and Alercio and Hutchison connected again to make it 43-25.

BBA battled back to add a touchdown on a one-yard McCoy run, before Nick Guckin had a six-yard touchdown run to make it 50-32.

McCoy added a final running touchdown before the game ended.

BBA drops to 5-1 and plays CVU at home next Saturday.

MAU loses in four

PITTSFIELD, Mass. —The Mount Anthony volleyball team dropped a 3-1 match to Taconic Friday night.

The Braves won the first set 25-19, before MAU battled back to win the second one 25-23.

The Patriots competed well in the third set, before losing 25-21, and Taconic pulled away in the final set to win 25-14 and seal the match.

MAU's Emilie O'Brien served well with 12 service points and four aces.

Dani Moscarallo had an all-around day with nine kills on the offensive end, along with six blocks and 19 digs.

Ava Sinopoli had seven kills for the Braves, while Tori Tynan had five.

MAU falls to 0-8 and plays Lenox on the road Monday night.

Eagles' Fuchs scores three

LUDLOW — Arlington girls soccer's Lilith Fuchs had a big day for the Eagles, leading her team to a 4-0 win against Black River Friday night.

Fuchs had three goals and an assist for Arlington.

She scored her first goal on an assist from Sidney Herrington with 28 minutes left in the half.

Fuchs added on with her second goal on a nice long ball delivered by Schuylar Nolan.

She finished the hat trick, putting home a goal in a scrum after Sarah Tilley served a ball into the box.

Herrington finished the scoring on an assist from Fuchs in the second half.

Hailey Pierce had 13 saves for Black River, while Arlington's Denita Moore had two saves.

Nolan and Tilley both played well defensively for Arlington.

The Eagles improve to 6-5 and play Poultney on the road Tuesday.

Arlington bounces back

SOUTH ROYALTON — The Arlington boys soccer team turned the page on a tough loss from Thursday night with a 4-0 win against White River Valley Friday afternoon.

Alberto Lopez put the Eagles on the board on an assist from Dominic Whalen.

Whalen scored the next goal unassisted and Lopez tallied his second to make it 3-0.

Lewis Whalen finished the scoring with a pass from Dominic Whalen.

Arlington improves to 8-2-1 on the year and plays Twin Valley at home Tuesday.

Windsor beats BBA

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WINDSOR — The Burr and Burton field hockey team got down early against Windsor and fell 4-1 Friday afternoon.

Hannah Wood started the scoring for Windsor with 27:13 left in the first half.

Angelina Bigwood scored the next two goals, the second on an assist from Alyssa Slocum.

BBA got on the board with 13:44 left in the first half when Katie Crabtree scored off a penalty corner.

Laura Richard scored a late goal for Windsor for insurance.

The Bulldogs' Hannah Callen had nine saves,while Mac Thuermer had one save.

BBA drops to 5-6 and travels to play Rutland on Monday at 4 p.m.

Cambridge tops Emma Willard

CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — The Cambridge girls soccer team picked up a 3-0 win against Emma Willard Friday afternoon.

The Indians improve to 7-4 and play Tamarac at home on Tuesday.

SMS grabs gold

WOODSTOCK — The Stratton Mountain School mountain biking team claimed its first victory of the season this week, racing in Woodstock on Wednesday.

Racing in the Northern New England High School Mountain Bike Race Series , SMS athletes competed in each of the three categories: A, B, and C level.

Asa Chalmers led the SMS team with his fourth-place finish in the Boys A Race, followed by Mathias Boudreau-Golfman in fifth, Fin Bailey in sixth, Will Koch in seventh and Janne Koch in eighth.

Nina Seeman once again won gold in the Girls B race, followed by Stine Koch in second and Sage Freeman in fourth.

Gavin Blauch finished 24th in the Boys B Race for an overall first-place finish for SMS.

The team takes to the trails once again next Wednesday at the Dublin School.

VBCA basketball clinic

COLCHESTER — The Vermont Basketball Coaches' Association is set to host its annual fall clinic later in the month.

The event will take place on Saturday and Sunday, October 26 and 27 at St. Michael's College.

Interested people can attend St. Michael's basketball practices on that Saturday and mingle with other Vermont Coaches.

The clinic is that Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

For more information, contact VBCA Executive Director Dave Fredrickson at 802-442-8075 or by email at

MAU youth night

BENNINGTON — The Mount Anthony boys is set to host its annual youth night on October 11 against Hartford 6 p.m.

All youth athletes who are in their uniform will get in for free.

There will be small game hosted at halftime and a raffle for a signed soccer ball.

MAU coaching openings

BENNINGTON — Mount Anthony Union High School has multiple coaching openings.

MAU is looking for two middle school baseball head coaches.

Interested people should send a letter of interest and coaching resume to MAU athletic director Ashley Hoyt at

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

Please contact Brian Barnes at 518-292-1969 or by email for more information.


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