Thayne breaks scoring mark in win over Berlin
HOOSICK, N.Y. — Logan Thayne broke her own school record in scoring for a single-game on Wednesday night against Berlin-New Lebanon, getting a career-high 40 points in the 65-26 win.
Sixteen of those points came in the first quarter as Berlin decided to guard the University at Albany-bound senior man-to-man.
She had 24 at halftime and added another 13 in the third quarter.
Her old record of 39, set in 2019, was in reach and she broke the mark on a free throw very early in the fourth quarter.
Cai Sawyer and Maddy Walker each had six for the Panthers. Aaliyah Stalker led B-NL with 11.
Hoosick goes up Route 22 to face Cambridge on Friday night.
Rutland eases past MAU
RUTLAND — The Rutland boys basketball team held Mount Anthony to three points in the first quarter and pulled away to a 58-35 win on Wednesday night at the College of St. Joseph.
Evan Paquette led 11 Rutland players who scored with 18 points, including four 3-pointers.
Gavin Johnson led the Patriots with 16 points and added 10 rebounds.
Mount Anthony goes over to New York to face Hoosick Falls on Saturday night.
Cambridge remains perfect with win over Valley
SCHAGHTICOKE, N.Y. — The Cambridge girls basketball team held Hoosic Valley to single digits in every quarter in a 54-22 win.
Lilly Phillips led the way with 22 points and Sophie Phillips added 11.
Anna Jensen led Hoosic Valley with seven points.
Cambridge is 16-0 overall and host Hoosick Falls on Friday.
BBA sweeps Pinder Memorial
MANCHESTER — The Burr and Burton alpine ski team swept the races at Bromley in the Dave Pinder Memorial Race.
The Bulldog boys scored 20 points, followed by Rutland with 36 and Woodstock with 38. MSJ was fourth and Mill River fifth.
Michael Duddy finished second in both runs, but the consistency was enough for the victory, finishing in 1 minute, 26.16 seconds.
Bailey DesRoberts was fourth, Judd Gormley fifth and Eli White was 10th.
On the girls side, BBA scored 16 to get past Woodstock and Rutland.
Francesca Levitas and Annabelle Gray went 1-2 for the Bulldogs, Levitas in 1:31.40. She won both runs and was followed by Gray, whose two-run time was 1:31.38.
Morgan Weber was sixth, Cristina Gregory seventh and Brooke Weber was 11th.
Bennington Little League registration
BENNINGTON — Registration for the 2020 season will be held on February 6, 12, 13 and 20 at the Fire House on River Street in Bennington from 6-8 p.m.
All players' ages 5 to 12 years of age in the Bennington school district looking to play baseball this year need to register on one of these four dates.
Online registration is also available, go to benningtonlittleleague.com for more information.
Registration fee is $80 per player with a family maximum of $110. For any questions, please contact either Geoff Metcalfe at 442-5465 or Mark Tibbetts at 681-3249.
Spaghetti dinner for AAU team
MANCHESTER — The Manchester Mavericks AAU basketball team is hosting an endless pasta night on Feb. 29 at the Arlington American Legion.
The cost for the dinner is $10 for adults and $5 for children. The event goes from 4-7 p.m. and all money raised goes to the Mavericks. The players will be serving meals as well.
The Legion is located at 54 Legion Road in Arlington.
BBA looking for boys soccer coaches
MANCHESTER — The Burr and Burton athletic department is looking for boys soccer coaches at both the junior varsity and varsity levels.
In addition to being knowledgeable about the sport and having the ability to teach sport-specific skills, candidates should be able to provide vigorous educational experiences, teach respect for individual differences, demand the highest standards of performance and behavior, foster a mindset of perseverance, and establish a supportive and caring community. The ideal candidate views coaching as an opportunity to help young people develop into healthy adults.
Please send letter of interest, a statement of philosophy, resume, and three letters of recommendation to: Dave Miceli, Director of Athletics, P.O. Box 498, Manchester, VT 05254
MAU coaching positions
BENNINGTON — The Mount Anthony athletic department is looking for coaches, including varsity girls tennis and varsity girls soccer coaches. They are also looking for a middle school softball coach, two middle school baseball coaches, a JV girls lacrosse coach and a middle school boys soccer coach.
Anyone with interest should contact MAU athletic director Ashley Hoyt at 447-1899 or email Ashley.email@example.com with any questions or to submit a letter of interest and coaching resume.
BBA hockey raffle
MANCHESTER — The Burr and Burton boys and girls hockey teams are once again selling cash raffle tickets. These tickets will be drawn on senior night later in the season. Only 500 tickets will be sold.
There are three cash prizes: 3rd place wins $500, 2nd place wins $1,000, and the grand prize is $2,000.
For more information, contact the Burr and Burton hockey teams.
Sage soccer clinic
ALBANY, N.Y. — Join Sage's men's soccer team for their 2020 Boys' Soccer ID Clinic on February 15. The ID Clinic will take place at the Armory at Sage in Albany and will run from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and is open to the first 28 registrants. The cost is $60 per attendee. Registration starts at 3 p.m. in the Armory. The event is open to boys' soccer players graduating in 2020, 2021 and 2022.
For additional questions, please contact Head Sage Men's Soccer Coach Matt Esposito at 203-589-3065 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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