SVC men race past Becker
Donnell Frayer Jr. led the way for SVC with 20 points and nine rebounds. Andre Hodo and Josh Borders chipped in 16 apiece, while Kiran Durant added 15 in the victory.
SVC is 9-4 overall and host New England College on Saturday at 3 p.m.
SVC falls to Eastern Nazarene
BENNINGTON — Mount Anthony graduate Maddy Main led the Southern Vermont College women's basketball team with a double-double, but it wasn't enough as Eastern Nazarene won 76-49 on Thursday night.
Main scored 13 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the Mountaineers, who trailed 24-8 after the first quarter. Di Smith scored 11, a season-high, while Ahmyria Simmons added 10.
The SVC women are 4-9 overall and host Mitchell on Saturday at 1 p.m.
Arlington girls edged by MSJ
RUTLAND — The Arlington girls basketball team dropped a 33-30 decision on Thursday night against Mount St. Joseph.
Kierstyn Hess led the way for the Eagles with 15 points, while Schuylar Nolan added seven.
Arlington drops to 4-5 on the season.
Hoosick blanks Corinth
HOOSICK, N.Y. — After a snow day on Wednesday, the Hoosick Falls bowling team returned to action on Thursday with a 4-0 home victory over Corinth. The Panthers' two seniors, Chris Snyder and team captain Meghan Backes, were honored after the match, as the team finished with a total of 3,851 pins to Corinth's 2,778.
Backes was the third-highest scorer on the afternoon, putting up a 266 high game and 706 series. The high scorer was Evan Webster with a 259-752 and Brody Mullen next with a 274-712.
Kaleb Lemelin 228-536 was the high bowler for Corinth.
Other top scores for Hoosick Falls included James Hynd 232-665, Owynn Arnold 243-621, Colin Cipperly 226-608, Ziena Hurlburt 226-591, Erin McCart 205-548 and Colin King 216-533. Other top scores for Corinth included Brayden Thompson 187, Joey Miller 185 and Tyler Hall 184.
The win improves Hoosick Falls' record to 55-1 for the season with only 3 matches remaining. They will finish their regular season next season as they travel to Saratoga Catholic on Monday, Whitehall on Tuesday, and Hoosic Valley on Thursday.
Hoosick baseball, softball registration
HOOSICK, N.Y. — Registration has started for the Hoosick Falls Little League. There's an early bird registration in January, a $5 discount for each registration.
There will also be an in-person registration on Jan. 12 at Iron Coffee from 9 to noon.
Registrations will be available until Feb. 28. For questions, call Ted Senecal at 518-331-7286.
Prospect ski event
WOODFORD — The Prospect Mountain Association will host a Moonlight Ski event on Jan. 19 at Prospect Mountain in Woodford.
There will be a dinner that starts at 6:15 p.m. and a short program called 'Prospect Back in the Day' with five former Prospect skiers — Peter Graves, Ed Dick, John Fairley, Brian Doxsee and Robin Outwater — along with legendary ski coach Bucky Broomhall.
After the program, there will be a ski out to a bonfire and dessert back at the ski lodge.
Tickets are $25 for passholders and $35 for non-passholders. It's $15 for children 12 and under.
To RSVP, call 802-442-2575 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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